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Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Posted On August 05, 2014 by Team iCynosure.

What I Wore, How To Style A Jumpsuit

Jumpsuits have taken over the fashion world by storm. What I love about them is that they retain the glamour of dresses while promising the ease of pants, it's an all-in-one effortlessness to glam up. 

Finally giving in to my 
curiosity and taking a plunge into jumpsuit territory, I realised that the options are limitless. Colours, Size, Style and most importantly Budgets are there to suit all. Tugging between two styles a full suit or a romper, I finally put my finger on the jumpsuit. The hassle of picking the right top for the bottom, or deciding on whether the occasion demands a dress or not is finally put to rest by the saviour jumpsuit.

 What I Wore, How To Style A Jumpsuit
What I Wore, How To Style A Jumpsuit
 Jumpsuit: Nun Garage Buy Here
Shoes: Thrifted, Bangkok
Bag: Toteteca
Watch: India Circus
Neckpiece: Gift

I picked a lovely mint blue coloured jumpsuit from Nun Garage and has proved the easiest to style. I just added a few of my favourite accessories and I was ready to rock. On the make-up front, I went really soft with just a coral lipstick and peach blush from Oriflame.
What I Wore, How To Style A Jumpsuit
What I Wore, How To Style A Jumpsuit
What I Wore, How To Style A Jumpsuit

It was a crazy day in Munnar on our fabulous trip to Kerala, full of adventure, travelling and running around and the jumpsuit proved to be the best bet in the warm weather. 

About Nun Clothing.
A Quirky clothing brand for women offering the latest trends in fashion from Palazzo Pants to Dresses and Tunics. Nun is inspired by India, by the world, by idiosyncrasies, by handloom, by questions, by design, by the colours behind the rainbow, by what people are doing over there, by tradition, by tongue-in-cheek, by the person in the mirror, by simplicity, by complication, by wild abandon, by weaving and threading and knotting and tying, and by everything funny. Proudly and Uniquely made in India.

Do you like how I styled it? Leave me your comments.
~ Heena

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