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OCT 06

Must-Have Monday :: Jumpsuits

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Happy Monday! We’re kicking off our week with one of our favorite fall trends. The jumpsuit is back and bigger than ever. No shape or style is off-limit! Here are a few of our favorites.

We’re seeing double with this silk jumpsuit from AS by DF. Abstract prints and a wide leg make this piece perfect for party attire. Pair with a jacket as shown, or wear with bare shoulders for an elegant touch. The high waist, and wide leg will flatter most body types.

The lace insert jumpsuit by Corey is subtle yet sexy, and perfect to transition from day-to-night. Pair with a belt to draw attention to your waist, and go from flat to heel for an elongated leg.

The Revel jumper by Harlyn features a cheeky top hat pattern throughout. This cropped leg will look more masculine with a flat shoe, so go for sky-high heels if you want to contrast.

Halston Heritage brings us this perfectly 70s-inspired suit for fall. The central cinch is great for curvy girls, and wide legs give you room to strut your stuff.

The Geneviere jumpsuit by Three Eighty Two is another perfect day-to-night option. Wear to the office with a blazer, then bare shoulders for the evening. The abstract print adds volume, so keep hair and accessories simple.

Do you have a favorite jumpsuit for fall? Share it with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

10 comments
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Leonardo Leonardo said...
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Simona Simona said...
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