The stand-out piece of Fall-Winter 2015 is the jumpsuit. But the big question is: how do you wear it? Most of us are afraid of jumpsuits and have all kinds of misconceptions about them. In fact, jumpsuits are for everyone and every body type: you just need to learn a few simple tricks…
Jumpsuits: the masculine yet feminine dress
The jumpsuit made its way into women’s closes during the World War II in the heyday of the factory work. Yves Saint Laurent made it fashionable in the disco era of the 70s and 80s and now it has returned with a vengeance in 2015!
We love it because it’s so easy to pair this unique piece with almost anything and it is at least–if not more–comfortable than a dress. Plus it makes you look taller.
Slip right into androgynous style whether you are playing the career girl by day or the guest at an exclusive party at night with classic look that can be casual or even hippie chic!
A cut for every body type
Things every woman should remember: never choose a jumpsuit that is clingy, too tight or uncomfortable. Always wear it belted to prevent it from looking like coveralls or a romper.
–If you are slender: choose a baggy jumpsuit and don’t be shy about going up a size up for a loose effect that plays up your trim figure.
–If you are voluptuous: according to petsinclude, opt for a fitted jumpsuit that will flatter your figure.
Shoes will influence the style of your jumpsuit and should also be chosen in light of your body type.
A jumpsuit is usually worn with high heels for a chic, professional effect or to elongate your silhouette at night. This is a rule to follow if you are short or rather curvy.
If you are tall: you can also wear flats.
For a more casual look or during the day:wedge sneakers or little white sneakers will be great!
Our 3 to-die-for jumpsuits
Career girl jumpsuit
In flannel, it’s the trendy answer to the suit! It will look even better with burgundy or black high heels.
Perfect for a relaxed, casual look in ever-trendy denim. Wear it with sneakers or heels to glam it up and girl it up.
Hippie chic, with an ascot that twists with style! An original choice at the office or on the town–with low heels.