Jumpsuits can be some of the most unforgiving garments to cross a woman’s body, but truly amazing jumpsuits make the search worthwhile. To shorten your search, let me tell you my go-to source for comfortable and flattering jumpsuits: Anthropologie. I have also found some fantastic jumpsuits at Club Monaco this season. The Shop This Post below has my favorite jumpsuits for women right now…
How To Wear A Jumpsuit To Work
A jumpsuit can definitely be worn to the office. The Miranda jumpsuit I’m sporting is the perfect example of a work appropriate jumpsuit. Pair it with minimalist sandals and office-ready jewelry for a sharp look. As long as your jumpsuit is of a substantial fabric and you’re not showing cleavage or “weekend” skin, you’re good to go.
When Not To Wear A Jumpsuit
I neglect this advice often, but if you’re drinking, a jumpsuit is not a good idea. Once the seal breaks, you’ll be unclothing yourself in the restroom over and over again. I also find that jumpsuits can be cumbersome in dressing rooms, during intimate moments with your lover, and when traveling. Pulling down a jumpsuit in a plane bathroom always feels a little risky.
Best Times To Wear A Jumpsuit
A jumpsuit gives you the no-hassle pairing that a dress provides (matching a top to a bottom can be so fussy!), along with the you’ll-never-see-the-crotch-of-my-panties glory of a jean or pant look. Plus, a jumpsuit always feels more special than what everyone else is wearing. With that in mind, I love jumpsuits for women when there’s dancing involved. You get all the coverage and freedom of pants, but you still feel dressy and feminine. I also adore the look for picnics or any activity that involves sitting on the ground. Again, you get all the protection of pants, while still appearing stylish, unique, and dressy.
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