Styling Tips- How to wear JUMPSUITS

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1966 Jumpsuit photographed by Ugo Mulas

How to wear jumpsuits in 2014 is easier than you might think. Jumpsuits are still making the news this summer! The ’70s, ’80s and ’90s fashion trend is not only extremely comfortable, but also practical and incredibly stylish.

Gucci  has the most amazing shimmering playsuit, I have seen so far in their Spring Summer 2014 collection.

Not that I would say no to the bandeau playsuit by Stella McCartney. Anyway, I already have two Gypsy05 jumpsuits and one Asos overall, so, I am not planning on getting a new one. I am just looking for inspiration. However, if you haven’t got one, I will show the ones I love and you can click on the images and shop.

Gucci and Guy Laroche jumpsuits summer 2014

Gucci and Guy Laroche jumpsuits Summer 2014

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Hanneli Mustaparta wearing a white jumpsuit and Prada floral sunglasses

In terms of styling, it is very important to make them look modern. When you are wearing overalls you can opt for chic blouses and striped tees but when you are wearing jumpsuits opt for trendy accessories. Masculine shoes, lace up sandals and ankle booties can do the trick.

How to wear a white Jumpsuit?

Get the white  bandeau TopShop jumpsuit and make a total white statement with a pair of Church’s leather white brogues and a Balenciaga cross-body white tube leather bag.

White Jumpsuits Topshop

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How to wear black overalls? Opt for amazing statement shoes and a pastel bag

Assembly and Stella McCartney 2014 jumpsuits

Assembly and Stella McCartney 2014 jumpsuits

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Happy shopping!

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Have a lovely Day!!!

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