OK, hands up who steers away from the jumpsuit? A jumpsuit can be treated very similar to that of a dress as it is just one garment that runs from the shoulders to either mid or full length. I have selected a few of my favourites all for different reasons.
I saw this one jump up on Instagram last night, it is available in Oasis, called the Palm Tie jumpsuit and comes in sizes XS to XL, is £45. Look at the detailing the waist which is lovely.
Whoa, one of my favourite looks this season is the denim jumpsuit, this one from Warehouse is just a little but different as it has a really nice cross back. This jumpsuit is also slightly different as it has culotte legs which just adds that little something extra. It also has a square neckline which creates angular lines to the upper body.
Sizes available are 6-18 and £42.
Stripes this time and another different neckline, you can find this one in M & S in sizes 6-24 and £29.50. Vertical stripes elongate the body, the V neck is great for ladies with a bigger bust and the wide leg will help balance the hip line for Pear and Hour glass body shapes.
How good is this? £14 is the price of this black button through jumpsuit currently available on Nobody’s Child.
This jumpsuit has a nice collar so does create a slightly more formal look so could be worn to work or can be worn casually also. You could also change the belt to add another colour or print. You could add a blazer or a leather jacket to change it up slightly!
Sorry, but a bit more denim, although this is a jumpsuit it is really is more like a boiler suit. Mango is the place for this one and is £69.99 and comes in XS to L.
You can see that the images show the model wearing a heel but you could pop a ballet pump, flip flop, trainer or a wedge with this to really give it a different look.
And finally, this stunning Lina square neck culotte jumpsuit from BooHoo.com is gorgeous and comes in either the cerise pink or black and sizes 8-14.
You will see that the legs are culotte again and has shoestring straps and a really nice defined waistband.
So, what is your favourite one, I have to admit mine are both the denim ones.