With its one-piece ease, a jumpsuit is a polished way to run around all day. A mid-heel mule gives a little leg lengthening height—while still being comfortable enough for a (very stylish) race through the airport.
Jumpsuits have left the world of fashion insider and joined the pantheon of classic pieces.
How to Wear
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE SHOES.
A jumpsuit has an inherent tomboy quality, so pairing it with a heel (especially a T-strap) is unexpected and fresh. Suddenly, the jumpsuit becomes a less obvious alternative to dark
denim for a Saturday night.
The playfulness of a jumpsuit marries well with the classic elegance of a pump. Add a jacket and belt for extra refinement. After work, try pushing up the legs of the jumpsuit in the same way you'd scrunch up your jacket sleeves.
It's easy to see why. With a single piece (or two, if you add a blazer), you're ready for the
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