From pantsuits to overalls to rompers, “jump” onto Spring’s latest trend. On the runway for Spring 2015, designers brought back the jumpsuit in new and creative ways for the modern woman. Atelier Versace’s Spring Collection featured sleek, off the shoulder flared jumpsuits, accentuating the female’s curves and lines. The Elie Saab Collection opted for a more tailored jumpsuit, perfect for the on-the-go business woman, while Marchesa went for romantic floaty designs. Designers Leonard and Paul & Joe brought back the denim overall, paired with heels for a trendy sophisticated style. Last but not least, the romper is back in a big way for Spring. Designers from Giles to Just Cavalli to Misha Nonoo presented the shorts set in a variety of styles, patterns, and colors. From daytime to evening, let the jumpsuit become a staple to your Spring and Summer wardrobe this Season. Take a look at our favorite picks below, and tell us which ones you’ll be wearing.
BLACK PANT JUMPSUIT
If you are a little timid about trying Spring’s newest trend, start with the basic black pantsuit, flattering for any figure and easily adaptable with your current wardrobe. For business and weekday lunch meetings, accessorize your jumpsuit with a contrasting white jacket from Hale Bob and heels from Nine West. For evening, pair your jumpsuit with chic nude heels for a sleek leg and a matching floppy hat from Free People, perfect Summer styling. Carry your pantsuit into the weekend with comfy sneakers and a denim jacket from Sam Edelman. We love Hale Bob’s sleeveless black jumpsuit suitable for any activity throughout the Spring and Summer Season.
With big, bold floral trending for Spring 2015, what better way to wear the style than with a flowy flower-print jumpsuit. Get a variety of looks with Hale Bob’s floral jumpsuits in bright cobalt blue or gold and black. For easy, breezy Summer days, simply throw on a pair of wedges from Michael Kors, grab your sunglasses and you are ready for the day’s activities. For business and evening meetings, take a tip from Miranda Kerr and pair with black leather heels from Jimmy Choo and a matching black leather jacket from Bebe.
For a “shorter” version of the floral jumpsuit, try a flower printed romper for Spring and Summer style. Copy Taylor Swift’s look with a tailored crisp cotton Tropical romper from Ted Baker. Turn on your feminine charm with a flowy silk floral romper. Our favorites are Free People’s strapless big bold print or Blue Life’s Boho romper with cinched waist and loose long sleeves. Don’t forget to pack your romper for a day at the beach or pool with Victoria’s Secret double-V spring romper, perfect to throw over your swimsuit. Dress up your shorts set with strappy sandals or peep toe heels, and dress down with flat sandals or sneakers during the daytime.
WHITE LACE ROMPER
What better way to pair two of this Spring’s trending styles than with a cool white lace shorts set. Not only is a romper easy to pack for traveling, it is also a versatile piece of clothing you can dress up or dress down for daytime through nighttime activities. Get “beach ready” by pairing your white lace romper with Boho fringed sandals by Matisse and a wide brim straw hat from Asos. Meet up with the girls for lunch by throwing on a 7 For All Mankind denim jacket and “Mary Janes”. Accessorize your romper with a gold metal belt from Bebe and nude strappy heels from ShoeMint for the cocktail hour. We love Free People’s white lace romper or get a similar style but different color change with Hale Bob’s black lace eyelet shorts paired with a black lace top from Shopbop.
An unexpected trend revived this Season is the denim overall. From Rebecca Minkoff to Sonia Rykiel, designers are embracing overalls with an updated silhouette for Spring 2015. Look for overalls in a variety of colors, from light wash to white to black, in a variety of different styles from cropped to boyfriend to shorts. For a touch of 70’s “flare,” we love Frame Denim’s wide leg overalls with a fitted top and loose bottom. Take your overalls from day to night with sneakers and a plain white Tee for morning errands, loafers and a black top for lunch with friends, and strappy heels and a blush blazer for evening dinner. Stay trendy at the beach or pool by adding “shortalls,” overall shorts, to your beach wear cover-up collection.
Whether beach, Boho, or business, a new look for Spring is the utility jumpsuit. Not just reserved for construction workers anymore, the utility jumpsuit was seen all over the Spring Runways for 2015 and is now making it’s way into designers’ stores and mall shops. Sure to be a hit all year, look for short sleeved or sleeveless jumpsuits in shorts, cropped, or skinny leg silhouettes for the warmer months, and grab a long sleeved utility jumpsuit for Fall and Winter. We love Free People’s soft taupe utility pantsuit comfy for a walk on the beach or paired with nude strappy heels for an evening out. Go Boho for Summer with Free People’s “mechanic” denim shortalls perfect with a black floppy hat. Wow your co-workers with a Ralph Lauren black jumpsuit for a trendy new office look. Be daring and add the utility jumpsuit into your wardrobe collection this year.
Unlike basic black, utility neutrals, or feminine florals, carry this year’s bold bright colors into the jumpsuit trend for Spring and Summer style. Spotted at this weekend’s MTV Music Awards, we love Scarlett Johansson’s bright coral long sleeved jumpsuit, a perfect color for Spring. Shine bright in a cobalt blue pantsuit, a trending color on the runways in the Jenny Packham and Atelier Versace Spring 2015 Collections. Forgo the LBD this year and knock ’em dead with a chic red jumpsuit paired with strappy heels and a sleek bun for a sophisticated yet alluring evening look. Try the red plunging strapless jumpsuit from Topshop or go blue with the French Connection’s Miami draped sleeveless jumpsuit.
Get a “jumpstart” on your Spring and Summer wardrobe with the latest jumpsuit trend. Whether basic black, floral, utility, denim,or bold brights, you’ll feel like an “A List” celebrity with your own pantsuit style. If pants aren’t your thing, you can always go for a romper in floral, neutral, or denim. You are sure to turn heads with this Season’s newest trend. We’d love to hear YOUR opinion. Comment below which jumpsuit trend YOU can’t wait to try.