The Jumpsuit

Everyone loves a jumpsuit because aside from being super-comfortable and versatile, it’s also easy — the sartorial equivalent of a one-pan meal. For winter or early spring, Westchester personal stylist Cynthia Hudson of suggests pairing a jumpsuit with an ankle bootie and a long duster sweater. “If it is a sleeveless jumpsuit, layer with a tight-fitting turtleneck,” she says. Here are some other tips:

Cinch it! Add a belt to your waist to create curves.

Don’t want to look like you are wearing a unitard? Avoid a tighter fit unless you are dealing with a heavier fabric. 

- Advertisement -

A leather jacket and chunky metallic jewelry add edge to a feminine and flowy number.

Show a sliver of skin by sporting boots with a cropped wide-leg jumpsuit.

Peek-a-boo sheer panels are a great way to show skin without going overboard

Flowing wide legs, in  luxe   fabrics like crepe, create a flattering silhouette.