Time to tell the little black dress, black jumpsuits are the new staple on your night out. Black jumpsuits are the perfect canvas to dress up for a black-tie wedding or pair back for a summer lunch date. Below we have outlined four ways to style our black jumpsuits; the edgy Farrah jumpsuit and the empowering Andrea Boiler suit.

STYLE ONE: Be bold with color and cutouts!

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STYLE TWO: Embrace gold to elevate your style.

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Sometimes a gold earring is a women’s best friend, and this time is no exception. With its high neckline, we suggest opting for no necklace and instead focusing on pairing the jumpsuit with an elegant gold set of earrings. If you are going to opt for a large stud earring; wear your hair in a simple half-up, half-down style to frame your face. With a dangle or drop earring; elongate the jumpsuit lengthening neckline with a high ponytail.


STYLE THREE: Flares and a Blazer; the perfect combination?

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Do you have an evening event coming up or looking for a chic ensemble? Look no further, pair our fabulous Amelia boiler suit with either a fitted or oversized blazer. Play into color or simply use a classic black blazer for a more monotone look. If going for an oversized blazer; style the outfit with stiletto heels to elongate your legs and pair with a shoulder bag. With a more fitted blazer, we recommend using a smaller purse to achieve a refined and classic look; perhaps bring color into the outfit with your lipstick or bold eye shadow color.


STYLE FOUR: Button up and blow away the crowd with statement jewelry.

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The Amelia boiler suit bodes a classic and elegant look; incorporate its gold buttons with a statement jewelry piece to take the outfit to the next level. Any black jumpsuit can be styled with a bold earring or dazzling bracelet. Over-styling a black piece can make the outfit look tacky so try to avoid wearing excessive jewelry or accessories.  What we love about this boiler suit is that you can wear it buttoned to the top to lean into the utilitarian style or leave a few buttons undone with the collar sitting upwards for a more edgy look.

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