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27 Wedding Guest Jumpsuits – The Best Jumpsuits to Wear to a Wedding



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Wedding season may be upon us, but it’s not likely that we’ll be attending our usual jam-packed calendar of events this summer. With that in mind, shopping wisely for the few events still on the books (whether they be intimate and in-person or on Zoom) and planning chic outfits for when the time comes to travel again and celebrate those we love is how we suggest you spend your quarantine downtime. Enter a fashion girl dressing staple: the jumpsuit—trust us, it feels automatically effortless, comfortable, and cool in all the right ways. From intimate affairs to future events in far-flung destinations, these one-pieces will ensure you’re on the best-dressed list for any wedding season circuit.

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F.R.S For Restless Sleepers


Unique prints and bold tones are a great start for festive wedding dressing. Add a tie neck and accentuate your shape with a belted waist to take effortless dressing into fashion-girl territory. Wear this pajama-esque ensemble with a flat slide or slipper at home; amp it up with platform sandals and beachy waves for destination wedding dressing.

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Brandon Maxwell


Turn up the volume on a traditional LBD with an asymmetrical sweetheart neckline and fine tailoring—in jumpsuit form. Punctuate the look with unique touches that bring a little shine to the mix. Modern extras—like minimal earrings, a sparkling collar, or a hand full of stackable rings will keep this look sleek and sophisticated, rather than feeling super-glam.

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If you fancy yourself a romantic, channel Victorian vibes with an ample dose of all things girly. Opt for a jumpsuit with less structure, and choose unique details like a corset-front bodice and ruffled straps. You’ll want aspects that shows off your shape, like the corsetry of this bodice, to avoid the look going too sweet. 

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Cloe Cassandro

Opt for an easy, breezy full-length jumpsuit in cool tones and pretty prints when dressing for warmer weather weddings—especially by the shore. To elevate this from daytime dressing to evening appropriate, opt for a platform sandal, a bold earring, a textured ponytail, and accent the look with poppy-toned lip.

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Oscar de la Renta


Flirty frocks are sweet for daytime and classic gowns work wonders for black tie; but a guest with a bit of edge requires dressing outside-the-box. For a hint of ’90s glam, try gold accents, one-shoulder silhouettes, and chain details to go the extra mile. A small dose of edgy accessories—like mis-matched earrings or an animal print extra—will take the look from basic to badass.

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Emilia Wickstead


A bold red playsuit is immediately daring, chic, and sophisticated—all at the same time. Treat a red jumpsuit just as you would any little red dress; pair with sleek accessories, and if you’re looking to go bold, don a lip color to match.

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There’s nothing more festive than a shimmering metallic, but a two-tone set in a rich chartreuse and pastel sequins (that’s actually an all-in-one showstopper) makes this look feel fresh and fun. Accessorize minimally and opt for sleek hair and makeup to keep this statement piece from going costume.

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As the seasons change and social distancing becomes the norm in our daily lives, expect to be invited to countless events outdoors—and eventually, in warmer destinations abroad. From beaches to backyards, a neutral color palette in beige and camel will look elegant with any laid-back vibe. To turn it up a notch, take this color palette and make it fashion via a head-turning animal print. 

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Cocktail and formal attire doesn’t require a gown—if you know how to up the ante on a jumpsuit made for evening. Add accessories that feel special to elevate the look, and don’t skimp on the sparkle.

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Marc Jacobs


There’s no reason to skip out on your favorite florals, even when cold temperatures are expected. Opt for a blooming motif in complementary colors—like this indigo and burnt orange stunner— to bring new life to any look. When styling, accessorize with luxe extras that feel like an amped-up ode to mother nature.

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Jonathan Simkhai

Go bold with your choice of color and silhouette—like this look that is undoubtedly best-dressed-guest material. With a ruched, plunging V-neck bodice, this tangerine hammered satin suit is sleek—with summer vibes.

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If donning bright colors and patterns aren’t for you, tap into the natural tones of the season—from neutral sands and grassy greens, to soft, ocean blues. Have fun with add-ons: Choose eclectic earrings, a hand full of rings, and super-sexy strappy sandals.

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Get into a festive mood with New Years Eve-worthy metallics, statement sleeves, and a cinched waist that will shimmer in even the dimmest of evening settings.

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Can someone say Grecian goddess? Draped jumpsuits that cinch at the waist are flattering from all angles (especially in jewel tones) and make for easy dressing in any temperature. Cap off the look with bold earrings and sexy heels. 

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Silvia Tcherassi


Take black tie to ’70s-inspired heights with a plunging neckline, tie-at-the-waist, and bell bottom trousers. To keep it formal, pair it with sleek accessories like hoop earrings and metallic platform sandals that transition easily from summer to fall. Up the ante with a textured ponytail for a little extra drama.

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A bold color, super-wide leg, and semi-sheer silhouette automatically exudes island vibes. With a look that’s sure to have all eyes on you, don’t go overboard when it comes to accessories. When it comes to looks that are sheer from the mini-length down, it’s all about the shoes: opt for a shoe silhouette that lengths legs, like an ankle-wrap style in a nude or metallic shade.

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Think outside the box when it comes to holiday party dressing, like this romantic cropped jumpsuit in lace with sheer details, crystal embellishments, Victorian-inspired puff sleeves, and a tie back. This head-to-toe look feels festive, but also ultra-femme.

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Channel the love in the air with bold shades of scarlet that speak to the heart emojis you’ve likely been using in your captions about the couple. There’s no need for this look to immediately go pin-up girl sexy; it can be flirty, too—with a nod to retro flare. 

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Adriana Degreas


When it comes to formal affairs in hot climates, breathable fabrics are your fashion best friend. Extra points earned for gorgeous prints, statement sleeves, and the super-flattering affects of a peplum that defines the waist. Accessorize with a sleek pointed-toe pump, evening clutch, and sparkling earrings. 

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Alexandre Vauthier


Take Victorian-inspired details and interpret them in a modern way. Pair this collared black-and-white printed one-piece and pair it with black, edgy accessories for a look that walks the fine line between ladylike sophisticate and sultry siren.

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Dressing for warm weather weddings puts florals and fun prints on the brain, but there’s no need for said looks to be…predictable. Instead, opt for blooming motifs that come in unexpected color-ways, graphic prints, and asymmetrical cuts.

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Embrace beach wedding vibes without losing the luxe factor. Prints that feel fresh—like this silk pleated floral print piece—finished off with neutral or metallic accessories drive home an effortless yet festive feel.

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Isabel Sanchis

You can’t go wrong with all black—especially when it has an unexpected, yet playful, edge. Opt for a dramatic one shoulder jumpsuit loaded with feathers; add a bit of color or sparkle with your accessories to take your look from siren to celebratory.

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Alex Perry

Wearing white is out of the question–unless the bride specifically requests it—but a light pink or blush look is chic for any formal affair. Keep it simple with a textured clutch and embellished sandals for a look that is understated and elegant. Bring in drama with unexpected details, like these over-the-top caped sleeves.

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For casual style with a hint of glamour, this celery green, strapless suit is daring, yet easy-to-wear. To level up this look, style with accessories that drive home the vibe: eccentric and island-appropriate. 

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Don’t be afraid to mix prints—from head to toe. Accent this look with pastel in summer, or black and bold tones in the fall. Trust us, you won’t regret fashion-forward choices that take just the right amount of risk. This look is case in point.

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Melissa Odabash

Dazzle on the dance floor in flirty metallic silhouettes that feel celebratory year round. To avoid the look going too Gatsby, opt for sleek black accessories; skip anything ivory to steer clear of looking more like the bride than a guest. 

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Black Fashion Influencers, Editors, Stylists, Models and More to Follow Right Now




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Erika Hart, Gabi Gregg and Philomena Kwao

As a fashion and beauty publication, the very least we can do is use our platform — today and everyday — to amplify the voices of the many talented Black people who make this industry what it is

In addition to continuing to tell their stories individually, we’re sharing a list of Black fashion editors, bloggers, influencers, designers, stylists and models that we think should be on your radar, if they aren’t already. Follow them, listen to their stories, amplify them, support their projects, tell your colleagues and employees about them and hire them, if you can. We’ll be updating this list continually.

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25 Cute Striped Shirt Outfits




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On your list of closet essentials should be a striped shirt, whether it’s a classic stripe button-down or a Brenton stripe top (a favorite of Kate Middleton’s). The reason? It’s an agreeable and wearable print you can layer with other designs like florals for summer or plaid for winter. Striped shirts can be exciting too, especially if you choose color block options or a stripe sweater that mimics the color of the rainbow. Since the stripe top is likely a piece everyone already has in their closet (if not, we have plenty of shopping recs, ahead), we rounded up 25 different ways to style it—just in case you need some fresh ideas. Let the street style ahead reignite your excitement for your favorite stripe shirt.


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Style Under a Dress

The best way to revive that old button-down you’ve had for ages? Layer it underneath something unexpected like a loose fitted dress that is colorful, printed, or both. This outfit is full of life, which might make you appreciate your stripe top even more.

Shop a similar top: ASOS stripe shirt, $56

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Wear With Like Colors

If your stripes or top come in color, match it with bottoms of the same hue. This creates an instantly cohesive and effortless look. We love the versatile beige tones here.

Shop a similar top: Madewell top, $48

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Mix With Prints and Colors

Don’t be afraid to mix and match prints. Stripes work well with a plaid design that has similar tones. This outfit called for pastel colors.

Shop a similar top: Isabel Marant stripe shirt, $300

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Layer It Up

Stripes on stripes on camo—we love it. This ensemble has a lot of depth, and the mix of all three different prints surprisingly work well together. The next time you can’t decide between prints, just wear them all at once!

Shop a similar top: Paco Rabanne wool sweater, $295

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Make It All Stripes

Proclaim your love for stripes loud and proud by wearing two different striped pieces, such as a button-down and then a stripe dress.

Shop a similar top: Weekend Max Mara stripe shirt, $177

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Look for Unique Details

Skip your run-of-the-mill stripe button-downs and opt for ones that have a unique design such as this cold-shoulder style on Mandy Bork. Since the top already makes a statement, tone it down with a simple pair of jeans.

Shop a similar top: Monse stripe shirt, $771

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Opt for a Shirt Dress

How about a stripe shirt…dress? This is a good alternative to a stripe top when you want to throw on one item and call it a day. Stylish accessories are a must with this look too, as Raissa Santana proves.

Shop a similar top: Frank & Eileen linen dress, $258

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Style With a Leather Skirt

Stripe tops look good with anything, but especially with a leather skirt if you’re going for that polished city-gal vibe.

Shop a similar top: Alex Mill shirt, $71

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Go for a Matchy-Matchy Set

Take the pain out of matching by going with a set. This maroon two-piece ensemble spotted on model Pritika Swarup can styled as separates too, which means your options for wearing them are limitless.

Shop a similar set: Free People stripe set, $98

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Pair With Another Bold Print

Stripes and abstract florals are a do in our book. Elsa Hosk keep her outfit bright and lively with a lavender pink button-down, wine-colored printed jeans, and coordinating boots.

Shop a similar top: Citizens of Humanity shirt, $223

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Change Up Your Stripes

Jeanette Madsen has a message for us: Give your classic vertical stripes a break and slip into animal stripes. This zebra sweater can be toned down with black jeans or neutral trousers if you’re feeling shy about wearing it with another vibrant print.

Shop a similar top: MSGM zebra sweater, $460

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Do the Half Tuck

The next time you’re heading into the office in a button-down, try the half-tuck styling trick courtesy of Storm Westphal. It’s a simple move that gives your whole outfit a new feel.

Shop a similar top: Gabriela Hearst linen shirt, $718

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Let the Designer Label Speak for Itself

If you’re going to splurge on a designer stripe top, let that be the focus in your outfit. The colorful stripes coupled with the Chanel logo on this piece worn by model Ophelie Guillermand make a street style statement all on its own.

Shop a similar top: Gucci knit top, $1,650

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Layer Over a Leather Top

To make your stripes look edgy and less delicately feminine, layer your dark oversize button-down shirt over a leather button-down shirt dress. Bonus points if you have the top sliding off one shoulder. (Disclaimer: This could very well be a one piece ensemble, but you can easily re-create with two items.)

Shop a similar top: True Royal striped shirt, $329

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Pair With a More Exciting Jacket

So your stripe outfit is feeling a little meh. Don’t fret, throw on your most unique jacket. Stripes are the perfect base for showing off the more outrageous pieces in your closet.

Shop a similar top: Re/Done stripe t-shirt, $125

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Accessorize, Accessorize, Accessorize

A fanny pack, waist bag, belt bag—what have you—will break up any stripe top and make your friends do a double take to compliment you on your choice of accessory. Pauline Darris styled her top over a skirt and tights.

Shop a similar top: Rag & Bone shirt, $207

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Swap With Your White Tees

When you’re about to reach for a plain white or black tee to wear underneath your dress, STOP. Go for a coordinated stripe top instead. Hannah Bronfman went the blue route.

Shop a similar top: Michael Kors Collection crop sweater, $490

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Stay Bright

The perfect spring to summer or summer to fall outfit. Don’t be afraid to wear stripes in bright colors such as yellow, orange, or even green. This sunny outfit on Ally May Carey, when paired with a smile, is A+.

Shop a similar top: Isabel Marant shirt, $315

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Keep It Simple

You can’t get any more classic and simple than this blue stripe shirt and black trouser pants combo as seen on stylist Noey Park. This is an effortless ensemble you can wear Monday through Sunday. If you want to have more fun with it, experiment with cool accessories.

Shop a similar top: Comme des Garcon shirt, $125

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Leave It Unbuttoned

The next time you’re feeling overly stuffy in your stripe top, leave a few buttons unbuttoned. Swantje Sömmer flashed a hint of skin and was able to show off her high-waisted Fila cargo pants.

Shop a similar top: Ética long-sleeve shirt, $88

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Shoot for the Rainbow

You’re all about color, so this multi-striped rainbow sweater is perfect for you. Since there are stripes of every color in here, finding a bottom to match with your top will be super easy.

Shop a similar top: La Ligne sweater, $275

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Play With Texture

Look for stripes in textured tops like this crochet fringe piece. It’s an easy wear to wear stripes without resorting to your usual button-down or sweater options.

Shop a similar top: Missoni crochet knit tank, $880

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Opt for Short Sleeves

We love the two different stripe combinations in this button-down top on Tina Leung. You have your white and blue design then a pop of red and white on the sleeves.

Shop a similar top: BB Dakota sweater, $79

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Wear Similar Stripe Sizes

Narrow and thin stripes go well together, especially if they also run in the same color family. This light blue top paired with navy blue billowy trousers feels tasteful and stylish as seen on Linda Tol.

Shop a similar top: Everlane poplin shirt, $55

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Keep It Oversize

Grab your SO’s button-down top and throw it over a skirt to get Charlotte Groeneveld’s look. Your bae will have to admit: the shirt looks ten times better on you.

Shop a similar top: Denimist stripe shirt, $225

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Fashion Shows Get High Tech—and Socially Distant




Fashion insiders are tackling a mammoth creative challenge: transforming the runway show for the post-pandemic era and beyond.

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