Saturday, 30 April 2016

How The Jumpsuit Can Be Rocked With The Sleeveless Blazer

Jumpsuits are everywhere right now, but they can be a little intimidating if you've never worn one before. Don't be nervous! They may be inspired by men's coveralls, but they can be totally feminine and sophisticated in the right cuts and with the right styling. Let these 5 stylish ladies show you how it's done — its way easier to pull off than you think.

1. Define your waist
A slouchy, straight-up-and-down jumpsuit can be cool too, but cinching in the waist is a great way to define your shape adds a little extra femininity to your look. Belts are the go-to, of course, but tying a lightweight jacket or shirt around your waist can look pretty chic too and it has the added benefit of hiding that whole oblong-butt thing that sometimes happens when you cinch in the waist on a loose, flowy jumpsuit. You know what I'm talking about.

2. Break it up
Break up that big block of color with a lightweight jacket. Leave it open to elongate your body or wear it on your shoulders for some instant street-style cred. A crossbody bag, worn in front, is also good for adding a little visual interest to your look. (OK. Technically this isn't a jumpsuit. It's more of a romper layered over jeggings, but you gotta hand it to her for making such a bold styling choice.)

3. Glam it up
Jumpsuits are just as good for evening as they are for day, especially when worn with glitzy metallic accessories and a sleek tuxedo jacket (or vest!) — perfect for a fancy dinner or a chic black tie cocktail party.

4. Go for a bold color
Bright colors are automatic attention-getters — great for those times when you want to show off your shape.

5. Just add a heel
When in doubt, add a high heel — even the most utilitarian-looking jumpsuit can be completely transformed by a good pair of heels.

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