We love designer jumpsuits because throwing one on makes you look put together, even when you're in a rush. Donning a designer jumpsuit always feels like an excuse to get out of the jeans/ sweatpants/ shorts rut and make an effort. This flattering piece of clothing has an option for every occasion, body type and mood. Le Mill gives you the 101 on the breezy...Read more
We love designer jumpsuits because throwing one on makes you look put together, even when you're in a rush. Donning a designer jumpsuit always feels like an excuse to get out of the jeans/ sweatpants/ shorts rut and make an effort. This flattering piece of clothing has an option for every occasion, body type and mood. Le Mill gives you the 101 on the breezy world of designer jumpsuits.
Trends and styles of the contemporary world offer limitless options to dress in. However, this was not always the case for women.
Jumpsuits were originally created in 1919 as a functional garment for parachuters to jump from planes in. The boiler suit/overall/coverall is looser fitting and more utilitarian. Most likely because of its slimmer cut, the jumpsuit was the first of the three workwear garments to gain a fashionable following. In the 1930s, Elsa Schiaparelli began creating designer jumpsuits for elegant women. The sporty styles by the American designer Vera Maxwell in the mid-1940s may have found their way onto the street, but were still considered a novelty item.
While the designer jumpsuits worn by women during the Second World War were mainly utilitarian, it took another decade for the fashion to truly become popular for day and eveningwear. The late 1960s and 1970s were prime years for designer jumpsuits. Almost every designer had his or her own version of the jumpsuit, from Oscar de la Renta and Christian Dior to André Courrèges and Yves Saint Laurent. The 1970s designer jumpsuits were unisex, beloved by slim-hipped men and women. Cher and Elvis adopted the style as part of their stage personas and Studio 54 regulars danced to disco in Halston’s chic designs.
By 1980, the jumpsuit had become so popular that it was declared “the ballgown of the next century”. But the style may have reached saturation as it fell out of favour until the early 2000s. Then in 2002, Nicolas Ghesquière, who was at Balenciaga at the time, began experimenting with fabrics and patterns, sending an updated designer jumpsuits down the runway. And thus, the style was relaunched. Easy to wear, versatile and a little bit feisty, the jumpsuit has become a modern wardrobe staple.
Le Mill houses various designer labels from across the globe that carry a diverse collction of designer jumpsuits online. Find your perfect jumpsuit at Le Mill’s brick and mortar space in Colaba or online at lemillindia.com.
Le Mill’s curated edits of designer jumpsuits online for women include functional styles, timeless designs and statement pieces that will fit right into any fashion forward wardrobe. For the ultimate resort wear designer dresses collection- Zimmermann, Silvia Tcherassi and Ulla Johnson are the designers to turn to. Saint Laurent’s striking edits comprise of statement designer jumpsuits online that are designed for a refined look. Sacai and Balenciaga craft elevated designer jumpsuits online that are rooted in fine tailoring and contemporary aesthetics. Casual designer jumpsuits online from Malie and De Castro should be your go-to for lounging around.
Find the right designer jumpsuits for you from brands like Zimmermann, Saint Laurent, Balenciaga and many more exclusively available in India at Le Mill.
Designer jumpsuits, during any season, are a fun option. They are feminine, and flattering and come in a wide array of styles. Picking between a playsuit or a full-length jumpsuit can be a challenging task. We decode the styling codes of designer jumpsuits online for every occasion.
The Minnie Linen Jumpsuit by Three Graces London is cut from muted orange-hued pure linen. This resort-ready jumpsuit is crafted with a bralette-inspired bodice that features slender shoulder straps and cup detailing. This Three Graces London jumpsuit features a flattering fit at the shirred bust, a gathered waist, wide-cut legs, front closure and roomy side pockets. On your next island holiday, pair this designer jumpsuit with Saint Laurent's Puffer Clutch and Tribute Buckled Sandals.
Camouflage seamlessly on a tropical island with Zimmermann's Violet Utility Playsuit. It is cut from a khaki green-hued pure linen with a paisley bandana print. This Zimmermann playsuit features a relaxed fit, collared neck, belted waist, front button closure, chest flap pockets and side slip pockets with rolled short sleeves. On holiday, pair this designer jumpsuit with Saint Laurent's Vanity Crossbody Bag and fun flats from Ancient Greek Sandals.
Crafted for a comfortable lounge, the Drop Rise Jumpsuit by Raquel Allegra is cut from beige-hued pure cotton with a black hand tie-dye. This jumpsuit features delicate shoulder straps, a round neck, a drop rise and a straight leg fit. Owing to it's handcrafted detailing, every piece of this Raquel Allegra s is unique. For an off-duty look, pair this designer jumpsuit with Balenciaga's Furry Slide Sandals.
Latest collections from Zimmermann, Three Graces London, Raquel Allegra and many more are housed at Le Mill. Check out Le Mill’s collections of designer jumpsuits online for women at lemillindia.com.Read Less