- n an article of clothing (garment or shoe) that is easily slipped on or off
- Her clothes have simple lines: loose pants, slip-on shoes, and tank tops and T-shirts that don't restrict movement.
- I had only two other things to try: updating my Palm PDA using a slip-on connector from Xircom, which did not seem a great leap forward, and spending time with my new best friend .
- Eighteen months later, Nike unveiled the Air Max Specter, a slip-on sneaker with an upper sole of grooved, sinuous curves, available in the same titanium gray as the museum's .
News & Articles
- Disco daddy: Ian Schrager, king of clubs and hotels, is back in London | standard.co.uk
Dressed comfortably in jeans, white socks and slip-on shoes, Ian Schrager appears pretty low key. The king of New York’s most famous hotels and nightclub — he is the man behind legendary hangout Studio 54 and is often credited as the father of the boutique hotel — is now 66 and his relaxed manner could lead you to believe he is taking it easy after a lifetime of cutting-edge design and partying ...
June 12, 2013 - Hospitality Net