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Jumpsuits

I’m guessing this name is given because of their comfort, yet I find them to be one of the most uncomfortable pieces of clothing in history. Of course the reason of my belief is partially the romper I wore to a rock festival last year; which resulted in me trying to hold it in avoidance of touching anywhere while I was trying to pee naked in those horrifying toilet booths (sorry).

But the moral of the story is ; I wore them despite of knowing that it would be a nightmare for me because they looked AWESOME! Paired with right shoes and accessories, no doubt that you would be the chicest in the room. With the endless flow of jumpsuit stream on the runway of F/W 12 shows, I took it as a chance to pick out my favourite vintage jump jump jumpsuits:

1) Teal & Black Striped 2 Piece Jumpsuit with Belt (80s) – Auction (current price $24.99)

2) Slouchy Ethnic Draped Rayon Jumpsuit (80s) – $78.00 (or best offer)

3) Military Button Pantsuit with Batwing Sleeves (80s) – Auction (current price $25.00)

4) Floral Pocketed Grunge Jumpsuit (80s) – Auction (current price $14.99)

5) Velour Leopard Print Jumpsuit with High Waist and Palazzo Trousers (80s) – $39.00 (or best offer)

6) Snakeskin Biker Leather Jumpsuit – Auction (current price $56.00)

7) Black Deep V Neck Jumpsuit with Sequin Shoulders and Tapered Pants (80s) – Auction (current price $14.99)

8) Black and White Striped Jumpsuit (80s) – $43.00

9) Black and White Structured Futuristic Jumpsuit (80s) – $85.00

10) Geode Violet Iridescent Jumpsuit – $112.00

11) Red Plunging Zip Front Dotted Jumpsuit with Palazzo Pants (70s) – $72.00

12) Black Button Front Jumpsuit with Floral Print and Laced Up Back – $46.00

13) Purple Paisley Jumpsuit – $42.00

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Domus Academy MA Fashion Management graduate. Living in Montréal, Quebec. Fashion marketing and PR specialist. Photography & illustration & fine arts enthusiast. Shopaholic, vintage freak, cookie monster.

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