When a trend comes around on the fashion scene, fashion enthusiasts are always so quick to jump on the bandwagon. One thing we have noticed in recent times is the increasing love for jumpsuits as quite a number of celebrities have been spotted on the red carpet in this fashion trend.
Jumpsuits are easy to love by everyone because of the versatility they offer. You can style them for a number of occasions and you can style them in a number of ways. Jumpsuits can be ideal for dinners, the beach, a casual look or even a corporate look. In the same way, jumpsuits can be made to look playful, chic, daring and more.
We have picked out 8 celebrity approved ways to wear jumpsuits as seen on the red carpet and hopefully one or more of these outfits give you inspiration!
Like Maria Okan does here; you can always choose a bold print to rock your jumpsuit. Floral prints are trending right now so it does no harm to choose such a feminine print.
You can opt for a flashy colour like Tosin Ajibade has done with this pink shade. The use of colour works well if the colour you choose is a nice contrast to your skin colour.
Rock Out In Denim
Denim is reliable and just like Bola Balogun shows, it works for a jumpsuit too. You simply cannot go wrong with Denim.
Silk & Feminine
Choosing the right texture for your jumpsuit is equally important. For her champagne colours jumpsuit Zainab Balogun has picked a silk look that suits her.
Add A Belt
Add a belt to any of your outfits so as to make it form-fitting and accentuate your waist. This works better for baggy jumpsuits just like the one that Didi Ocheja has on.
Flare Works Too
Osas Ighodaro chose a soft coloured jumpsuit but she stands out because of the flared pants. This is an 80’s look that you can revamp to work for you even in 2014.
Black & Trusted
Black is trusted, black is reliable. A well-structured black jumpsuit will make you stand out any day and any time.
When choosing your jumpsuit you can opt for different styles for the sleeves – where some people prefer to go sleeveless or with short sleeves, Uru Eke has made her outfit funky with a monostrap jumpsuit.