Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Hi girls! Today I've decided to start a new mini series called 'the best of'. Each week I will pick a different shop/online store and a different garment/accessory and feature my favourites right here on Life Of A Trainee Journalist. I really like seeing what other bloggers like in the shops and online so I thought this would be a great way to share what I'm loving and hopefully give you guys some inspiration if you're struggling outfit-wise what with the festive season fast approaching. So without further ado, welcome to the best of Missguided. This week, we're talking jumpsuits.

Jumpsuits disappeared for while but now they're back in full force and I'm absolutely loving them. Although I'm yet to purchase one, I've been getting some serious inspiration from Missguided. For me, a jumpsuit should always be black. It's flattering, sophisticated and chic. There was a whole load to choose from but I've narrowed it down to these three and if I'm honest, I don't know which one is my favourite. If my bank was a little healthier I'd be popping all three in my basket.

First up is the Kimiko Lace V-Cut Jumpsuit which is £32.99. Reasonbly priced if you ask me considering you're getting a whole outfit. The plunging neckline seems to be high on the agenda on Missguided but I think it's a very flattering cut. Even if you're not the bustiest of girls, you don't necessarily need a pair of DDs to pull this off. The lace is elegant and flattering and adds sophistication to this somewhat revealing neckline. This would be perfect for a Christmas party or work do and I can see this creeping its way on to my Christmas list.

Next up is the Evangeline Bardot Embellished Jumpsuit - a little pricier at £44.99 but worth it for the gorgeous embellishment around the waistband and neckline. The detailing adds a little bit of luxury to the all black jumpsuit which is well suited to a glamorous occasion. It may be a little Sandy-esque with the off the shoulder cut but it's a key trend right now and adds a little sultry edge. There's a little dip in the neckline which is gorgeous if you want to show a little cleavage. 

Last but not least is Milenka Mesh Panel Jumpsuit which again is gorgeous. At the same price of the first one at £32.99, you will definitely get your money's worth. The mesh panels are cleverly located to create an effortlessly chic upper reigon. The mesh continues around the back of the jumpsuit which gives the illusion of a bare back. I think this is a lovely alternative to a plain black jumpsuit and is really cool and creative - something which Missguided excel themselves in.

For me, skinny fit jumpsuits dominate. I think they're much more flattering than a wide leg and teamed with the colour black, I really don't think you can go wrong. All three are extremely sophisticated and I'm eager to add one to my wardrobe and get glammed up for something festive. If you're looking for a clutch bag to complete an outfit, then tune in to next week's installment of my mini series.

What do you think of jumpsuits?


  1. Love the third one so much!

    1. I don't think I can pick which is my favourite!X

  2. I'll have the second or third one for xmas please bub ;) xxxx

    1. Sure Georgia, I'll email you over my Christmas list now!Xxx