The Do’s And Dont’s Of Wearing A Jumpsuit:- Be it summer or winter, jumpsuits are the fashion trend that just will not go away. For a few years, the all-in-one outfit has been the clothing item of choice for most of the celebrities and fashionistas.
A brilliantly versatile piece of clothing that can be worn anywhere, be it day or night is a jumpsuit. However, styling them could be little tricky. Below are some of the essential dos and dont’s of a jumpsuit to help you get it right.
1) Do Go Black
Black should be your color of choice, if you are planning to step out in a jumpsuit during the day and night. It is sophisticated, slimming and goes with everything!
2) Don’t Go For Crazy Prints
There is a reason why one should not stock jumpsuits with crazy prints or patterns. It is because they are not a good look. This type of outfit does not need high drama to look good, so stick to solid colors.
3) Do Wear it With Heels
Pair a jumpsuit with a pair of killer heels and you have the perfect outfit for this summer’s party season. Some fashionistas are of the opinion that heels are the only way to wear a jumpsuit. Well, we are not sure about that, but there is no doubting the glamour and sophistication that a good pair of high heels brings to an outfit, not to mention the elongated leg line.
4) Don’t Wear a Catsuit
Never mistake a catsuit for a jumpsuit. Skin-tight catsuits are not a flattering look and are a fashion faux pas waiting to happen. If the second skin thing is what you are looking to do, go for jeggings.
5) Do Wear a Jacket
The perfect option to take the chill off during summer evenings in the shade, is to pair up a jumpsuit with a jacket. If you are a jumpsuit newbie, a jacket can make the look more subtle. In terms of what type of jacket you should choose - pastel is a good choice.
6) Don’t Go for Pinstripes
Tuxedo-style pinstripe jumpsuits have been doing the rounds recently - unless you are going to a ‘70s fancy dress party, this is not a good look.
7) Do Accessorize
Accessorize your jumpsuits with everything from dangling earrings to statement necklaces. But, keep in mind not to overdo it. Choose accessories that complement the look, without over complicating things. It would always be better to go for the “less is more” approach which implies simple jewelry for daytime; bright jewelry for parties; eye-catching cuff for formal occasions.