Don’t we all have a love-hate relationship with a jumpsuit? We love them as they instantly make you look put together without too much of an effort and work for all types of occasions. Be it a casual summer party, a sporty look, office formals, on night outs, and is even red carpet-worthy. Unfortunately, you seriously need to factor in and plan the bathroom situation when wearing a jumpsuit. As for most of us, the struggle to zip up again especially when it’s a back zip is quite the ordeal!

Jumpsuits come in many styles, so it is essential to find the right style and fit for you. If you are tall, a wide-leg style will suit you well as it will give you length. On the other hand, if you are on the shorter side, you may want to opt for a slim, cropped style as the excess fabric from the wide-leg jumpsuit can make you appear shorter. Once you understand how the right jumpsuit can work for your body type you can have some serious fun styling your outfits in many innovative ways.

Let’s take a cue from these talented influencers on how to style your jumpsuit in unconventional and innovative ways:

1. Pair your jumpsuit with a shirt

We love how Shereen has worn a sheer, white organza, bow shirt under this loose floral jumpsuit and paired it with a matching belt to give her waist definition. You can also wear a formal white shirt under a more fitted version to achieve an office-appropriate look or just simply layer it over the jumpsuit as a tie-up for a more casual vibe like Komal Pandey has.

2. Layer with a jacket or blazer

The easiest way to turn your plain jane jumpsuit into a look is by simply throwing a jacket over it. For a more casual look, you can throw on a denim jacket over your jumpsuit and pair it with sneakers and hoops to give it a fun casual vibe. You can also take inspiration from Santoshi Shetty for a more formal look by pairing your jumpsuit with a printed blazer and heels instead.

3. Layer with a t-shirt

You can play around with your jumpsuit by pairing it with a t-shirt under this versatile piece like Santoshi Shetty has and swap out the sneakers for a pair of stilettos for a more formal look. Alternatively, you can layer a looser t-shirt over it and tie it up in a knot.

4. Accessorise with Indian jewellery

Pairing your simple jumpsuit with oxidized, silver jewellery is a great way to achieve the Indie look. You can also pair a traditional Indian double-layer statement neckpiece and ring with tinted shades and boots to achieve a boho-chic look as Sukhneet Wadhwa has.

5. The Indian jumpsuit

We absolutely can not get over this perfect sangeet outfit.  Giving us the ultimate wedding outfit goals is Payal Shah. We love how she has paired this stunning blue Papa Don’t Preach piece with perfect minimal accessories and cute jutti’s. No more dupatta or lehenga hassles, we can now comfortably dance the night away and look great doing so!

Let us know how you plan to style your jumpsuit the next time in the comments below.

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