Why A Jumpsuit Is Your Fashion Saviour
It’s the ultimate one-and-done outfit.
Get the look: Khloe Kardashian
Who would have thought the jumpsuit would be the hardest working item you will own. For starters, it’s a ready-made outfit in itself; one that lets you slip it on and go without thinking too much about styling. And this season, designers have created one-and-done sartorial saviours for eveningwear too, with a host of chic jumpsuits to rival your usual little black (or white) dress.


Get the look: Khloe Kardashion in a white Narciso Rodriguez jumpsuit

Get the look with (main image, clockwise L-R): asymmetric satin halterneck jumpsuitGalvancut-out ruched jumpsuitEt Ochscrepe jumpsuitRalph & RussoearringsMichael HillbraceletAdina Reytermake-up bagChanelgold watch, CartiersunglassesGuccigold ringLizzie Mandler; white pumpsGianvito Rossi.


Khloe Kardashian’s stunning one-piece from Narciso Rodriguez is an undeniable showstopper, with a wide-leg, barely-there sides and a sexy racer back. It’s (not surprisingly) sold out, but there’s a whole slew of alternatives that are just as chic. We love Galvan’s asymmetric halterneck number, made from languid satin and expertly cut on the bias to fit close through the waist before falling to a flared hem. There’s also Et Ochs’ white jumpsuit, made from slightly stretchy cady, and with an asymmetric neckline that gently gathers at the bust with a signature cutout. And for something a little more conservative, but no less sexy, there’s the crepe Ralph & Russo jumpsuit, with its glamorous tuxedo-style silhouette.


What does one wear with a jumpsuit? Not a whole lot – that’s the beauty of it. Team it with stilettos to lengthen the leg, some chunky gold jewellery to toughen up the look, and a pair of huge sunglasses. Throw a blazer over your shoulders and you’re good to go.


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