The jumpsuit has been around for many years. Its was a disco outfit in the seventies and within the eighties was describes as a boiler suit. Last year an under the radar trend of jumpsuits simmered away, only worn by the early adopter of fashions. But for spring summer 2009, the jumpsuit is prone to be an enormous trend.
The jumpsuit also known as the all in one, boiler suit and playsuit has so much going for it when it comes to practicality. It eliminates the need to think too much about coordinating separates when getting dressed in the morning. However it also present an equal number of challenges find a version of this trend that’s flattering and appears great.
There are an enormous variety of styles available this year, which should guarantee that there is something to suit everyone and each occasion making the jumpsuit an incredibly versatile piece of the clothing.
On the catwalk for spring summer 09, the jumpsuit was seen at numerous shows. Most notably at Stella McCartney. She appears to be developing something of a reputation for designing essentially the most perfect and desirable of jumpsuits. Her style for this season included a deep and very seductive v neck that was incredibly flattering and really elongates the body.
There is a jumpsuit which is a mixture of a dress and trousers at Yves St Laurent, a sparkly version at Alexander McQueen, strapless at Chloe, one shouldered at Marios Schwab plus countless sporty and utilitarian versions including Marc Jacobs, Salvatore Ferragamo, Bottega Veneta and DKNY.
So if you happen to think you possibly can never wear a jumpsuit and look good, it’s well worth trying out among the different style on offer. You could find that you are completely wrong.