I love jumpsuits. They are like dresses in that they are an outfit on their own but jumpsuits reveal the tomboy inside of us. My favorite jumpsuit look of the year would have to be this pink lady’s vintage one-piece. Obviously an avid vintage lover, she’s head to toe in vintage, well accessorized with her cobalt satchel and patent leather belt. I would be smiling too if I had her figure and her outfit!
Yes, back due to popular demand (my previous Jumpsuit post seems to be an all-time favourite amongst readers), here is my second post about jumpsuits!!
This is a grey See by Chloe pleated tank jumpsuit. It looks so comfortable to lounge in and to travel with. Plus, it’s grey! So versatile. I would throw on a tuxedo blazer and some black pumps for a more grown-up look. And don’t skimp on the jewels.
She looks sweet and summery in this cute vintage black and white romper, well-teamed with black gladiators but she does remind me of a zebra with pigmentation problem…
This blue Catherine Holstein silk jumpsuit is simply stunning. It looks quite serious and well-tailored but the playful hue makes wearing this jumpsuit a delight. I love the long sleeves, just don’t forget to roll them up.
This model’s legs seem to go on forever and her Freshman jumpsuit by Stretsis is equally gorgeous. This photo is curtesy of Maximillia. com. How cute are the stripes and pockets! She has the sexy freshman look well-mastered. I think she resembles Scarlett Johansson a little in this photo.
I discovered a really cute label called Alldressedup when I went to Singapore a few months ago. Net-a-Porter stock some of their gear but the concept stores in Singapore were amazing and they stocked the full range. This jumpsuit is from their SS09 collection. It is very feminine, with the ruffles and bow details and extremely flattering on. Definitely a label to watch for!
I have to admit, I do like nerd chic, and with these great colours, how can anyone resist this romper? This is a sure head-turner if you don’t do up all the gold buttons. I think the front pockets are super cute. This jumpsuit looks like a bigger version of a child’s playsuit. Super cute!
Pringle 1815 smocked cotton jumpsuit. Pringle is a well-established British luxury knitwear brand synonymous with the birth place of knitwear industry in Britain. It is Pringle who made knitwear fashionable to be worn as outerwear since 1870. It is also Pringle who introduced the ‘twinset’ for the very first time in history. I am a big fan of the label and a Pringle jumpsuit will ensure you style and quality to the highest standards.
Ladies, dig out your jumpsuits and start strutting in them. They are so flattering and chic.