Jumpsuits have become the rave in town and they are sure going to be staying for a long time. A one piece kind of clothing that gives you everything you need from style to comfort and confidence.

Below are 5 ways to style your jumpsuit to give you more than one look all the time.

Jumpsuit with Belts

.A belt is a vital accessory to pulling off a jumpsuit, particularly if you’re still unsure about the style. By adding a belt to your jumpsuit, you’ll help define your waist in a highly flattering way. Even if the style is already fitted at the waist, a belt will help you appear slimmer and turn a column silhouette into a hourglass. For those who are still new to jumpsuits, we recommend trying a belt in a contrasting colour to that of your jumpsuit. Doing so will add a new dimension to the outfit and break up the straight line of your jumpsuit, which can otherwise seem overwhelming. Try matching the colour of your belt with your shoes for a well-put-together outfit.

2. Styling with a shoe

While jumpsuits can be flattering, they also have a knack for pulling the eye downwards as you look at them because of their long length, making you appear shorter than what you are. Wide leg and low-waisted jumpsuits, in particular, are notorious for turning average height women into mini versions of themselves. One of the best ways to combat this problem is by adding a pair of high heels to your look.

The additional height that you will receive from the heels will help lengthen your legs and make you appear taller. Just make sure that you choose slim heels instead of chunky ones to keep the look slick and long. If you plan to wear flats with your jumpsuit, remember to make sure you pick a cropped style boot or lace-up sandal that finishes at or slightly above the ankles and be mindful of your jumpsuit’s leg hems.

Make sure they’re not dragging on the ground or swamping around your feet. This will help create balance and keep the look lengthened and slim. Wear point-toe pumps to peek out of wide-leg jumpsuits. Show off ankle-strap heels or cute booties when wearing cropped jumpsuits.
And, lastly, unless it’s the hammer pants look you’re really going for, don’t create unnecessary bulk and tuck in your jumpsuit’s pant legs into your boots

3. Rocking with a blazer/ kimono

Try a blazer for formal events or a leather jacket for casual outings. This is a current trend for dresses and works just as well for jumpsuits. Adding a jacket is one of the easiest ways to dress up a jumpsuit. I like to add dimensions to my outfits! Even though the white jumpsuit could stand alone. If you’ve never worn a jumpsuit before adding a blazer will make you feel more comfortable than without. It breaks up the look and adds a layer to make the jumpsuit more subtle.

When selecting a blazer or jacket go with one that enhances the jumpsuit and goes with the occasion. This outfit could work for a cocktail party, formal evening dinner or going out to fancy drinks with friends.

Consider where you are going to wear your jumpsuit and select a blazer that either brings it up a notch or makes it more casual. Pick color tones that are similar to your jumpsuit or contrasting. If you’re wearing a pretty floral jumpsuit you might want to wear a light rose blazer. Just make sure the two items match.

4. Layering is key

If you can layer over a jumpsuit, you can layer under it!, tiT-shirts and crop tops are casual favorites while long-sleeved dress shirts are formal go-tos. Try a plain white T-shirt to get you started before building up to more fashionable pieces such as turtle-neck sweater during rainy season. Be careful with proportions when layering under jumpsuits.

5. Jumpsuit with Jewellery

Jumpsuits, while being a statement style, can sometimes look a little plain without bold accessories. Block colour varieties, in particular, tend to lose their wow-factor without the added outfit dimension that accessories, such as jewellery, give. Jewellery creates a secondary focus point on your outfit, making your style go beyond that of just the jumpsuit. It creates an interesting detail that will draw the eyes of those around you. Choose pieces that will stand out, such as a chunky necklace or large pendant earrings. Gold tends to look great with formal jumpsuit styles while a pop of colour can add some fun to casual styles.

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