Don’t you just love it when an A list-adored item hits the high street? Well if so, then you are going to love our latest find.
This season, it’s been all about the khaki jumpsuit. Worn on the most stylish celebs as well as many of the editors, bloggers and fashionistas who took to fashion week, we have been coveting an army green all-in-one for some time now. And lucky for us, the high street has taken notice of this amazing trend and lovely options are popping up all over the shop(s).
Seriously wearable and versatile, this is why you need one of these in your wardrobe right now:
As you can see, the khaki jumpsuit is an absolute find which can take you from day to night with ease. For your night out, slip on a pair of strappy heels – go for a simple black for a chic, classic look or make a statement with a a colourful or patterned choice a la this street styler. Alternatively, wear with a pair of patent brogues and a large tote and go all practical for the day.
As well as taking you from day to night, this is one wardrobe essential which can take you through the seasons very smoothly. Keep it accessory free come the summer – except for some killer sunnies – and like Gwen, you will be looking effortlessly cool in no time. But you don’t have to wait until then – while it’s still chilly, wear with a colourful scarf and throw on a leather biker to keep toasty, while ticking off the hottest trend. Also try layering up polo-necks and long-sleeved tee’s to give another edge to your jumpsuit, while making sure this chilly Feb weather doesn’t catch you out.
George’s stunning collared option is totally safari-inspired and will have you looking chic for just £20. Meanwhile, this silky, slinky option from Lipsy is just the ticket to making khaki the glammest option in your wardrobe. And if you fancy going sleeveless, Miss Selfridge is your go-to.
So there you have it, your new wardrobe essential which can be worn throughout the year, day or night, hot or cold! And with the Gwen Stefani-seal of approval, we’re heading down to the shops right now.
By Amy de Klerk