Women's jumpsuits

Elegant or casual, the jumpsuits are a very particular female piece of clothing suitable for different moments of the day. The newest models for spring summer 2019 chooses precious and refined fabrics for the evening outfits, while the utility style is back in fashion for the daywear.

Practice look and many pockets for the worker-style jumpsuits

The jumpsuit, intended as garment that unifies in one-piece both the top and the pants, was born a pair of centuries ago and was destined mainly to industrial workers and who made a manual job. For the spring summer 2019 the trendiest fashion designers rediscover the undisputable practicality and the utility soul of the women’s jumpsuits. The detail of the pockets is one of the main elements that characterized these kind of jumpsuits. Small and big pockets, patched or closed by zips, were seen in many collections. Versace, for example, realizes a jumpsuit with raglan sleeves following the Eighties trend, with sporty pockets and neon details, to wear with the trainers. Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini and Alberta Ferretti give a touch of romanticism to the worker-style jumpsuit using fabrics like the lace or tender pastel shades. Colonial or utility style was present in many catwalks in the most important fashion capitals:

  • Hermés designs a jumpsuit with wide pants and very practical cuffs hold by fabric straps
  • Blumarine realizes a luxury utility-jumpsuit using a precious silk satin
  • Lover of details, Stella McCartney decors her jumpsuits with thousands zip closures
  • Zimmermann prefers a colonial style, creating models with neutral tones and sporty stitches on sight
  • The variant proposed by Maison Margiela seems really inspired by workers-jumpsuits and it’s realized in simple popeline cotton or in plush fabrics
  • Jeans fabric is bleached with a tie-dye technique by Stella McCartney or with stone-washed effects by Alexander Wang, while the denim in a black version is chosen by Alexa Chung
  • Inspired by the Seventies and decidedly sexy is the model in suede designed by Saint Laurent

The nicest jumpsuit of the summer chooses strong shades multicolor prints

The jersey model in solid colors or in printed cotton more trendy for the summer season have bright tone of color that give a boost of energy to our day wardrobe. Among the colors most beloved by the designers this year there’s the green, present in many fashion shows and used in different tones. Alberta Ferretti, for example, chooses a sage green, refined and elegant, for her jumpsuit with large trousers and kimono sleeves. Military green gives a touch of grit to the one-piece jumpsuits of Givenchy, but the newest shade of green for this season is emerald, used both by Missoni, Mary Katrantzou and Elie Saab, who realizes a mono-sleeve jumpsuit decorated by a sensual mantel and perfect for the ceremonies. Flame red instead for the beautiful jumpsuits with pleated pants and crossing top seen on runway at Valentino. Black and white are always a great classic and are perfectly combined by Diane Von Furstenberg in her elegant jumpsuit, to match with a flashy fashion jewel and a small clutch. White, in its ivory shade, is used by Lemaire for its worker-style oversize jumpsuit, for the utility model by Isabel Marant, but also for the simple model with drawstring on waistline designed by Jason Wu. Black instead have a soul decidedly rock at Celine’s fashion show, where they are combined to the biker-style leather jackets, while the jumpsuit is super sexy with a very close-fitting silhouette at Diesel. Among the trendiest prints there are the psychedelic patterns with neon shades by Sara Battaglia and Emilio Pucci, the multicolor and shaded stripes by Missoni and those thin by Alexa Chung. Floral prints that recall a spring garden for Dolce & Gabbana, Zimmermann and Valentino.

In refined lace or precious fabrics, the jumpsuit is the perfect choice for the evening

For a dinner invitation or an elegant evening event the flawless choice if you want to have a very elegant, sophisticated and unique style is that to opt for the one-piece jumpsuit, to match with a jeweled sandal, a clutch small like a treasure box and with a sparkling jewellery set. The most chic jumpsuits choose the refined sartorial silhouettes, with the top part that recalls the shape of a jacket with wide lapels and rows of buttons, as seen in the fashion shows by Givenchy, Isabel Marant and Brunello Cucinelli. Made in elegant silk or viscose cady there are also the jumpsuits with wide palazzo pants by Valentino, Max Mara, Ralph Lauren and Alice+Olivia. For who wants a breathtaking and super sexy effect there’s the very experimental model designed by Gareth Pugh, who invents a jumpsuit made in pinstripe fabrics intertwined by lurex threads, with wide opening on the sides and that unifies in one-piece both a jacket, a bodysuit and bell-bottoms pants. Lace makes precious and sensual the jumpsuits designed almost totallY in black by Ermanno Scervino, Moschino, Self Portrait and Michael Kors. For an evening party the most shining jumpsuits are those made with sequined fabrics by Saint Laurent, which created couture-like models with broad shoulders, and Halpern, who proposes 70s disco-style models with sequins in different colors blended together for a kaleidoscopic effect.