I'm taking my cues today from the folk over at Katies. They've styled one of their new-season maxidresses three ways, and I thought I'd try the same with another one-piece wonder, my new black Katies jumpsuit.
I wore it on the weekend for a girl's night out with Peta of Trainee Mama and a few other lovely ladies (see here), and was trying to picture it styled in other ways.
Can we also please take a moment to note that this jumpsuit is only $39.95? Seriously? Amazing. (Remind me why I haven't yet got it in the other three colourways?)
Katies jumpsuit, thrifted Jane Lamerton cardigan (gift from Trainee Mama), Colette earrings (similar here), Colette clutch (similar here), Target wedges
This jumpsuit is such a comfortable style, with a soft elastic waist, scoop neck and deep pockets (oh, I do love pockets), that I thought it would work really well during the day, dressed down with both neutral and bright accessories, and a chambray vest.
Katies jumpsuit, old French Connection chambray vest, Quiksilver specs, Sashenka bag (gift from Trainee Mama), French Connection hat, Kmart Girl Express sandals
The third way I styled the jumpsuit was for an occasion where I'd usually wear a dress - a cocktail party. Pairing the simple lines of this piece with some bling and heels was incredibly easy, and I'd probably be the most comfortable woman in the room in this outfit! Because jumpsuits are basically onesies, they often have unbroken lines from the upper half to the lower half which gives the illusion of height. You can maximize this effect by wearing killer heels, but I would only do this for special occasions.
Katies jumpsuit, Tony Bianco Casanova suede heels, Samantha Wills earrings and bangles, Target clutch
I can assure you, next time we travel, this jumpsuit will definitely be coming with me, it's going to be such a great wardrobe all-rounder!
Any more ideas on how I can style this?