Jumpsuit (New Look) | ‘Eye’ clutch (purchased in London) | Heels (Blonde Salad x Steve Madden)
Wearing this striped jumpsuit makes me feel so good for many reasons. The stripes make me look taller, & the jumpsuit is flat out sexy. Need more of a reason? No. But I should mention that jumpsuits are on trend. And today, I would like to share with you: How To Wear The Trend.
We have been seeing jumpsuits for a few months now, & if you don’t own at least 1 – you should get on it ASAP! The jumpsuit gives one the opportunity to look effortlessly cool without effort. And what’s even better is that the jumpsuit can be worn by women of all ages, & on all occasions. Just this past weekend, I witnessed so many women at the Vodacom Durban July wearing jumpsuits.
Daytime: Wear your jumpsuit in the daytime to run errands or for a lunch meeting. You can pair it with a ballet flat or your favourite wedges. If you opt for a printed jumpsuit, you could pair it with a biker jacket for a super chic look. Layering is a great way to give your jumpsuit a new life each time you wear it.
At Night: Jumpsuits are great for date night or even to a more formal affair. A black jumpsuit is always a good idea. Black is such a slimming colour, & can instantly make you look more sophisticated.
For my curvy girls, I suggest you stay away from large patterns & prints. Solid colours & smaller patterns are very flattering. Another very flattering thing is a waist cinching belt.
If you are petite, you should wear heels with your jumpsuit. The addition of heels will elongate your legs & make you instantly appear taller. Also, petite women should avoid very loose fitting jumpsuits as you will look a little sloppy, & the style may overwhelm you.
Tall girls, you pretty much look great in jumpsuits no matter the colour, cut or pattern. I feel like a wide leg jumpsuit looks the best on you tall girls.
So there you have it, a few of my tips on how to wear the jumpsuit trend so that you can rock the trend with confidence & style.
Images by Jerome Stoffels Photography