How to EXPERTLY Wear a Jumpsuit to a Wedding
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If you're anything like our viewer Meghan, you have multiple weddings to attend this year.
(Spoiler: She has SEVEN, including her own!)
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Before the stress of finding—and spending money on—new outfits for each one hits you, take it from Marie Claire Senior Fashion Editor Zanna Roberts Rassi and repurpose one versatile piece.
The unexpected garment Zanna had Meghan try on? A jumpsuit!
(That’s right, it can be dressed up AND down.)
"The jumpsuit is so versatile," Zanna says of the piece she initially styled for a black-tie wedding.
"We can take this jumpsuit and also wear it for a less formal event—a more casual wedding—simply by changing a few accessories."
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Watch the video above to see Zanna transform Meghan’s outfit in SECONDS.
The fashion editor’s one piece of advice when it comes to picking the right jumpsuit for you?
"The fit of a jumpsuit is really important," Zanna stresses. "You do have to try a bunch on."
(We know, we know, fitting rooms are a pain—but you’ll thank yourself later!)
"It should be nipped at the waist and also a little cropped if you are more petite," she continues. "Show a sliver of skin."