The Style Bible - How To Wear A 70's Jumpsuit

 The Style Bible - How To Wear A 70's Jumpsuit

Baby it’s back! The 70s style is well and truly back in fashion. Yep you read that correctly the 70s is here again! Whether we are going to rock flares, denim mini-skirts, Cordory suits and jackets these fashionable seventies looks need to be added into your life. But how to wear a 70's jumpsuit without making yourself look like a dodgy Del Boy lookalike is the biggest question on everyone's lips this season. 

I love anything from the 50s right through to the 70s. I’m a bit sketchy with the later 20 years as it all went a bit wrong in my eyes. The 70s is delicious and down right awesome trend, but nailing it can be a tricky one!

Flares, huge collars, big sunglasses and statement jewellery are just some of the ways to pull off this look. If that’s given you goose bumps all you need to do is give it a go. Add some attitude and just modernise the look a little with a few we’ll chosen accessories. 

This French style belted jumpsuit is the epitome of laid back cool. Very, oh, I just threw this on. Every French girls favourite! But how do you do it when we all are different body shapes? Well my lovelies all you need is a clear idea of your own body shape. If your in any doubt just take a little look at my genetic body shape guide. But I’m going to give you a few tips and tricks how to wear a 70's jumpsuit for each body shape here today. It was this very outfit gave me the passion to blog once more. I'm back and so is the The 70's trend and lord I'm so happy about both factors.

 The Style Bible - How To Wear A 70's Jumpsuit
 The Style Bible - How To Wear A 70's Jumpsuit

This H&M jumpsuit looks nothing on the H&M website or the hanger but will looks amazing with heels, trainers, boots, wedges, flats and sandals. The styling options are endless as it’s so flattering and if your not into a matching belt replace it with a contrasting one for a twist. Keep it looking fresh and updated with on trend accessories like my snakeskin bag from Topshop.

This shape works well on most body shapes just as long as the sleeves & hems are at the right length. I do love my capsule wardrobe and unique trends come along so when they do it's exciting to add a few key items. When a specific item appears as if from nowhere and catches my eye I'm like a moth to a flame.  

For this look I decided it was only right to keep the colour palette very neutral, even the nails. I will of course wear this with trainers at some stage, but wearing it with heels I felt it needed to be kept a little softer and not too try hard. Adding a tougher statment necklace with this gold Celine alphabet number really helps to bring what could look dated into 2018. 

 The Style Bible - How To Wear A 70's Jumpsuit

The Style Bible - How To Wear A 70's Jumpsuit

  • The Rhubarbs, wear with the matching belt as bought as this won't draw too much attention to the fact we have a wider waist. Wear neutral shades all over and add the deffiniton with your accessories. 
  • The Hourglasses. Add that statement belt and really show off that tiny waist. Open the neckline so the bust area is flattered and not looking too top heavy. V necks are your best friend ladies. 
  • The Pears. If you are blessed with wider hips, a voluptuous bottom and a slim torso getting the trousers spot on is key here. You might be the body shape that everyone is coveting right now, but if you were blessed with a pear-shaped body you’ll know the struggle of dressing to flatter a figure that is bottom-heavy. getting a larger size and having things tailored is a must for all body shapes but in your case its essential to make sure the legs are not too tight here.
  • The apple amongst us might struggle with this trend but adding a long line cardigan over the top to create long lines will help. Pull up your sleeves and add lots of gold bangles and amke sure your wearing heels to elongate that frame.
  • The strawberries. If you are a strawberry with broader shoulders, a wider chest and slim legs like Demi Moore, the guide recommends deep V or scoop neck lines. So make sure you open up the neckline to invert your upper body. 
Sarah Bacchus