How To Wear Jumpsuits and Rompers

Jumpsuits and Rompers

If there’s one style that seems to be having a real moment in the spotlight this summer, it most definitely would be jumpsuits and rompers. Women from all over, of all different body types, are going wild for this one-piece style. They’re dressing them up and dressing them down, and really, it doesn’t seem like the love for this trendy style will be slowing down anytime soon.

Perhaps this has you worried, though? Maybe you’re just not sure exactly how to pull off a jumpsuit or romper. We get it. While rompers and jumpsuits can be amazingly comfortable and versatile once you’ve found one that works for you, knowing how to rock the style confidentiality can take some work.

If this is you, and you’re struggling with how to wear jumpsuits and rompers, here are five tips that should have you rocking this trend like a pro in no time.

Black Never Fails

Black JumpsuitImage via Lulus

If this is your first time wearing a romper or a jumpsuit, we always recommend starting by wearing black. Rompers and jumpsuits can feel intimidating for a lot of women, and when you add a vibrant color or bold print on top of that, it has a lot of people resisting the style. Rather than be too bold or over-the-top, try out something in black, and you’ll likely find the look much more approachable. Plus hey, black is flattering on all body types. It’s a win-win!

Heels Help

Heels and RompersImage via Lulus

If you’re on the petite side, you might find that you’re either swimming in rompers and jumpsuits because they’re way too big, or they might have you feeling like you look like a child. Probably not the style you’re going for, right? We didn’t think so, which is why we always recommend a pair of heels for your rompers and jumpsuits. A stylish wedge heel, like our Alida Espadrille Platform Wedge, will instantly give you a more chic and sophisticated feel, preventing your style from looking too youthful or childish.

Dress It Up

Dressy JumpsuitImage via Lulus

Another tip we can give to make jumpsuits and rompers feel more sophisticated is to dress them up. Rompers, in particular, can have a very youthful feel about them. If that’s something you’re concerned about, add jewelry, a trendy clutch, or even a blazer to your look. By adding these more sophisticated trend pieces, the romper goes from looking youthful to automatically looking sexy and super stylish. Easy fix.

Define Your Waist

Waisted JumpsuitImage via Lulus

When looking for a jumpsuit or romper, one of the best pieces of advice that we can give is to look for a style that has a defined waist. This can come in the form of a belt, a trendy bow, or just simply the way the piece is cut. By defining your waist, the jumpsuit automatically becomes more flattering and prevents the style from looking frumpy. If you already have a jumpsuit or romper that doesn’t have a defined waist, simply use your own favorite belt to uplevel the look. Trust us, it’ll make a huge difference.

Stick With Your Own Unique Style

Your Unique StyleImage via Lulus

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again, when it comes to really nailing a style, one of the best things you can do is to remain true to your own style preferences. It might be tempting to look at your favorite fashion magazines and see how all the major celebs and style influencers are wearing their jumpsuits and rompers, but you should always remember that women all have different body types and style preferences. Certain colors look better on different people, and certain styles might just be outside your comfort zone, and that’s okay! Just because everyone is wearing a floral print romper doesn’t mean you have to. Stick with the styles and colors you love, and you’ll likely find wearing a jumpsuit or romper to be much more attainable.

So, do you have a romper or jumpsuit waiting in your wardrobe? Or perhaps this is a style that you’ve been avoiding? If this is you, we hope these simple style tips will help give you the confidence to wear a jumpsuit or romper, because trust us, once you discover the comfort and convenience of this style, you never go back.

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