My Trick To Finding The Perfect Jumpsuit

Jumpsuits never fails to make me feel confident and stylish.  There is just something really cool about a woman in jumpsuit.  I love tailored ones that are well fitted because they make me look more feminine, while remain practical.  My secret to finding the perfect jumpsuit is… choose the ones with vertical stripe patterns, and that is how I found this amazing Rag & Bone Felix Jumpsuit. (similar here and affordable here)  They automatically elongate my body.  The V-neck and wraparound belt detail also create an optical illusion of a small waist and make my body appears more curvy than it really is.

Another tip for choosing the best ‘value-for-money’ jumpsuit is to find ones that can be worn for several occasions, e.g. both for work and evening out, or ones that can be easily styled for many seasons.  This Rag & Bone Felix Jumpsuit ticks both of the boxes above, so I love it.  So far, I have been wearing it to several work meetings, and evening out with friends by pairing it with a fitted blazer from H&M (similar here and here).  I cannot wait to wear it on its own in the summer though!  Right now, weather in London is far too cold for that.

WHAT I WORE

Jumpsuit: Rag & Bone [Similar Here and Affordable Here]

Blazer: H&M [Similar Here and Here]

Bag: Burberry [Similar Here and Here and Affordable Here]

Shoes: Alberto Guardiani [Similare Here and Affordable Here]

Necklace: Tiffany & Co. [Similar Here and Affordable Here]

To finish off the look, I wore a black pair of Alberto Guardiani loafers (similar here and affordable here) and carried a Burberry bag (similar here and affordable here).

My outfit would not be complete until I add a Tiffany & Co. Paloma’s Graffiti Wish Pendant (affordable here).  Do you like wearing jumpsuits?  If so, how do you wear yours?

PHOTOGRAPHER: Julia Jevzikova


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