Jumpsuits can not be left out in the fashion industry. The outfit comprises a pair of trousers and a blouse attached to the top. Sleeves are sometimes incorporated or they can be sleeveless depending on the style a designer wants to portray.
History has it that, a sample of the outfit was designed and constructed for skydivers and men who jump out the plane using parachutes. This can be traced back in 1919. Ever wondered who first created a collection of jumpsuits? Well Elsa Schiaparelli, a designer in 1930s did so. As time went on, other fashion designers embraced it.
Also, the outfit is easier to wear compared to grabbing a pair of trousers and a different blouse separately. They come in not only trousers but in shorts as well. The shorter versions are usually referred to as rompers. Rompers often have loose shorts.
This, however, gives the wearer different options to choose from. Either for casual or occasional purposes. They are also used in sporting activities or as uniforms especially in the prisons. Currently, some brides prefer to wear jumpsuit gowns than ball or mermaid gowns.
Jumpsuits often promote smartness when worn, which promotes confidence to the wearer. They are sewn with a wide variety of fabrics such as African prints, laces, cotton, chiffon, silk, brocade, plaids and many more.
Below are some jumpsuit styles every lady can choose from;
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