Jumpsuits are one of the most versatile layers you can have in your wardrobe. They have the style impact of a dress but with the coverage of a pair of trousers. The legs going into the body create a vertical shape that will elongate your frame – ideal for those women who wouldn’t mind being a few inches taller. Keep reading for a breakdown of our favourite styles and how to wear them.
Bodycon jumpsuits are perfect foundations for layering. Experiment with different shapes by teaming them with oversized jackets like bombers or trench coats. Then in true ‘it-girl’ style, finish off the look with a pair of tennis socks and UGGs.
Drawstring Waist Jumpsuits
For off-duty days with friends and family, wear something incredibly comfortable like these silk womens jumpsuits from AN-Y1. Not only are these jumpsuits super soft on the skin but it’s also been designed with a drawstring belt that will work to define your curves. Wear yours with your favourite trainers and a structured cross-body bag or glam it up with a glitzy pair of strappy heels.
A boilersuit is one of the most versatile styles of jumpsuits because you can easily dress them up or down. We are loving racing jumpsuits at the moment – these motorsport inspired designs are trendy yet comfortable. You can pair with fresh kicks to make this an errand-appropriate outfit, while a turtleneck layered underneath and a pair of stiletto heels will elevate your look to a whole new level.
Achieve elegance without compromising your coverage with a wide-leg jumpsuit. These poised pieces are great at elongating your legs and cinching in your waistline. Opt for a metallic moment with a relaxed chain belt and matching clutch bag. Or alternatively, wear yours in the office with tonal trainers and a biker jacket.
Bandeau Jumpsuit On your next night out, switch your little black dress for an eye-catching bandeau jumpsuit. We are loving sleeveless designs with feather trims – this will draw attention to your upper body and face, opt for face-framing hairstyles like a slicked-back ponytail so you can showcase detailed jewellery.