We Tried the Internet-Famous Nap Dress, and It's Just as Dreamy as the Name
When a product has the right name, it just really sells me. I mean, when you hear of a design called the "nap dress," how can you not click on it? If you're yet to see, hear of, or even try on a Hill House Home dress, now just might be your time.
You might have seen the brand's flowy, signature pieces on your Instagram feed or gracing your favorite blogger's grid. I'm here to tell you, these styles are worth the hype, and you should consider adding one to your arsenal. Not only am I fan, but so are my fellow editors. The brand just launched a number of new styles and seriously chic prints that'll make you want to give up your sweatpants. Yes, this dress is seriously so comfortable, it rivals your loungewear.
You feel like you're wearing a nightgown, but you'll actually be looking your best. I have the mini dress version that I love styling with sneakers, sandals, and sometimes just around the house. My fellow shopping editors Macy and Shelcy also love their choices, which range from the brand's first two-piece set to the infamous maxi silhouette. Keep reading to see how we each love our nap dress, then finally take the plunge and buy one for yourself.
Shelcy in the Hill House Home Paz Crop Top and Skirt
"This Hill House Home Paz Crop Top ($75) and Skirt ($75) set has a certain youthful energy that makes me feel childlike and free when I wear it. It's stretchy and summery, and you can probably rock it all day. Perfect as a beach cover-up or stand-alone look, I'd recommend it to anyone with an eye for feminine details and eye-catching prints." — Shelcy Joseph, assistant editor, Commerce
Macy in the Hill House Home Ellie Nap Dress
"I was excited to slip into the Hill House Home Ellie Nap Dress ($125) — it's one of the brand's most famous and popular silhouettes. I know it's called a nap dress, but I want to do everything in it — go to brunch, lay on the beach, visit a farmers' market; the list goes on. I appreciate that it doesn't easily wrinkle, and even as a D-cup, I don't need to wear a bra with this design; there's plenty of support. I'm already shopping for another one." — Macy Cate Williams, senior editor, Commerce
Krista in the Hill House Home Athena Nap Dress
"When it comes to dresses, I always opt for comfort over style, but this Hill House Home Athena Nap Dress ($100) has been both. I love maxi and midi dresses, but I'm so glad I tried something different and got the brand's new mini version. It's so lightweight and perfect for hot weather. It comes in a number of new prints, but the classic black polka-dot choice is one that I know will never go out of style and I can rock with pretty much any shoe in my closet." — Krista Jones, editor, Commerce