#OOTD: Make a Statement With Jumpsuit!

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Finding a jumpsuit that fits you perfectly is quintessential, therefore you have to be aware of your body type. The main thing is to choose the one that isn’t too tight or too loose. The key is to define your waist. If you have shorter legs, chose ones with the higher waist. The second is to avoid looking shoulder at all costs or wider than you are, so you have to pair it with right type of shoes. Furthermore wear it with heels to elongate your figure and achieve more of an elegant look, second option is to wear it with flat sandals to achieve a casual look.

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This one piece can make a complete outfit. Our Fashion Features editor Katarina Djoric selected pieces from the likes of Emanuel Ungaro, Stuart Weitzman, Versus, Federica Moretti, Stella McCartneyBottega Veneta among other.

See below how to perfectly style your jumpsuit:

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iconEMANUEL UNGARO Printed V-neck jumpsuit

Black and white printed V-neck jumpsuit from Emanuel Ungaro. Pair it with strappy red sandals for a chic after-dark look.

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iconSTUART WEITZMAN Ankle strap sandals

Flame red leather ankle strap sandals from Stuart Weitzman.

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iconVERSUS METAL LION LOGO LEATHER SHOULDER BAG

Detachable leather shoulder bag with metal lion head is a perfect match with Stuart Weitzman sandals. The bag is made in Italy of 100% goatskin.

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iconFEDERICA MORETTI Jane straw hat

Federica Moretti’s woven-straw hats are all made in small quantities by a small group of Italian artisans. This cream Jane design is a real classic – it’s shaped with a moulded top, and trimmed with black grosgrain around the body and brim.

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iconStella McCartney Black Cat-Eye Sunglasses

Bio acetate cat-eye sunglasses in black. Curb chain trim in gold-tone at frames. Grey lenses with 100% UV protection.

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iconBOTTEGA VENETA Oxidised-silver bracelet

Bottega Veneta’s oxidized silver bracelet is an easy way to bring the label’s signifying intrecciato motif to everyday ensembles. It’s shaped with a double-band cuff that comes together at the front with a decorative rope knot, and slips onto the wrist effortlessly.

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