However, they can be difficult to style. For a more formal occasions, jumpsuits can make just as big a statement as a dress would - with a few simple statement accessories such as metallic bracelets and necklaces, you can easily look stylish and sophisticated.
How to wear a jumpsuit?
A great way to add some definition to your shape is to try and get a jumpsuit which sits on the waist. This clinch adds a little femininity to your look. Belts are always reliable friend to help with this and can also help break up monochromatic looks. There is also the option of tying a lightweight jacket or shirt around your waist for a more laid-back and chic look.
Choosing a print such as florals, polka dots or hearts is an easy way to create a stylish and feminine complementary look, regardless of how your silhouette can look. Backless is also an immediate way of adding to this. Whilst contrasting softer solid pastels with harsher items such as a leather or denim jacket can create an edgy and sophisticated look.
What shoes to wear with a jumpsuit?
Jumpsuits tend to lead the eyes downwards, which can make you appear shorter than you are. The wider-legged and lower waisted versions have a tendency to make anyone look smaller. The best way to counter this is to add a pair of high heels, this additional bit of height will lengthen your legs and make you appear taller. A slimmer pair of heels is also well advised to go alongside a more chic look and to keep the appearance of a slick length. For the playsuit with a shorter leg length or flared style, a simple sandal will suffice.