White jumpsuit is one-piece garment with an American lace sleeves and legs and typically without integral coverings for feet, hands or head. Most fit hourglass body type that waist is slimmer and hips and chest are wider. Shows off womens’ natural figure by wearing a tighter-fitting white jumpsuit that accentuates your waistline.
As the name implies, it was first created in 1919 to be worn by parachuters who were, literally, jumping out of planes. Later introduced into the fashion set in the late 1930’s by Elsa Schiaparelli – a rival of Coco Chanel. Her jumpsuits were talk of the town, but not worn by very many.
Why Wear a Jumpsuit
Whilst you might have previously leaned towards dresses to hide your tummy, a white jumpsuit is a great silhouette for an apple body shape. It’s all about finding the best size that helps to define your waist and is tailored for your legs. Wrap and V-neck lines draw the eye up to the bust and away from your middle.
By putting a belt to your jumpsuit, you will help define your waist in a highly flattering way. Even if the style is already fitted, a belt will help you appear slimmer and turn a column silhouette into an hourglass. White Jumpsuits are an appropriate and stylish choice for any type of dress code and wedding.
If you want to make your figure flat in a jumpsuit, you have to define the distinct sections of your body by cinching the waist, either with a belt (which is why America’s version worked so well) or with a jumpsuit that has an elasticized or drawstring midsection.
White Jumpsuit Specification
- Origin: Guangzhou
- Fabric Name: Lace
- Main Fabric Composition: Polyester fiber
- Style: Sexy Jumpsuit
- Trouser: Straight ty
- Length: Long
- Waist Type: Middle Waist
- Colour: White
- Size: L
American V-neck Lace longsleeve
High Waist Ty Trouser