Jumpsuits are love, just pure love for me.
I love wearing a jumpsuit. They are my favourite clothing item and always hug my curves in the right places. Two things that I look in my any cloth is stylish and comfortable. Jumpsuits give both of them. They are effortless, a statement style and comfy. They are beyond a simple dress or pants and top combo and earns you some serious style points. They give you the flexibility to wear them at a formal event, business meeting, casual lunch or a night event. They can be worn around the year and are your best friend until you want to use a washroom, where it becomes unfortunately necessary to remove its entirely.
They come in a variety of styles, so it’s just about finding the right one for you. They can be knee-length or ankle-length, well fitted to loose, casual wear or some formal wear, long sleeves to strapless. The most flattering styles are the ones that are fitted at the waist and then looser on the legs.
Fun fact: Jumpsuits were initially created for parachuters and skydivers like literally for jumping in 1919 by a Florentine artist who went by the name of Thayat.
My various jumpsuit looks
Do let me know in the comments or here which one do you like the most.
How can you styles a jumpsuit?
- Add pumps to it for that extra charm to the eyes. Remember to pick a cropped style boot or lace-up sandals that finish at or slightly above the ankles if you are planning to go for flats. This will give you that extra length and slim look.
- Add a statement necklace, bracelet, or earrings to make it look extremely stylish. Chunky necklaces, large pendant earrings are a great choice. These small accessories create a secondary focus point on your jumpsuit if it is very simple or plain.I would suggest going for gold with formal jumpsuit styles while a pop of colour can add some fun to casual styles. Some women also go with a statement hats too.
- If you are unsure about the style for your jumpsuit, a belt is your saviour. It is a vital accessory to pulling off. A belt will help you in defining your waist in a flattering way. It will help you look slimmer and turn a column silhouette into an hourglass even if the design is already fitted at the waist. You can try a thick or thin belt depending on your preference which is in contrast to the colour of your jumpsuit and of the same colour as of your shoes
- Layering the jumpsuit with a jacket, a blazer or a shrug: You can go ahead with a leather jacket, bomber jacket or a denim jacket for a casual event and a blazer for a formal event. Shrug can be used for both formal and casual event like a plain shrug can go with a printed jumpsuit or a printed shrug with a plain jumpsuit. You can also try layering with a shirt for a chic look. Layering your outfit with a jacket makes it more appealing and stylish.
What are things to take care while looking for a jumpsuit for yourself?
- Select a one with wider legs that finish just above the ground if you are tall. It will help in defining your legs. Shorter people should go for a cropped and sleek & slim style to compliment your figure otherwise you will look swamped in the fabric.
- Wide leg and low-waisted ones turn average height women into mini versions of themselves. To combat this problem, add a pair of high heels to your look. It will help lengthen your legs and make you appear taller. To keep the look slick and long, make sure that you choose slim heels instead of chunky ones.
- Choose a loose with some strings around the waist for a casual look and a formal look, select something which flatters your body shape. Do not go for overly loose or too tight in any case. It doesn’t make any sense.
- Girls who want to look slimmer, go for an all-black preferably with a wide-leg cut. But at the same time, I always believe that we are best in whatever body shape we have. Be proud of who you are and embrace it.
Every person has a unique style. I am listing below some of my wishlist ones. I hope you like them. Go ahead and check out if you like them too. Let me know in comments or here which one should I buy first.