Well, keeping it simple and stylish is one thing we’ll always encourage you to do. While planning your outfits, make sure you add one of these Stylish Ankara Jumpsuits.
let us know more about jumpsuit, by first going into the history and meaning of Jumpsuit:
A jumpsuit is a one-piece garment with sleeves and legs and typically without integral coverings for feet, hands or head. A Florentine artist & designer who went by the name of Thayat created the first-ever jumpsuit in 1919. It was Elsa Schiaparelli who put the jumpsuit on the fashion map in the ’30s. The revolutionary designer and rival to Coco Chanel shook up the Paris couture scene with her innovative and daring designs. She even created an easy-on, easy-off air-raid suit, complete with matching the gas mask, velvet turban and flask. And they say fashion can’t be practical. Katharine Hepburn gave the jumpsuit a touch of Hollywood glamour when she wore a monogrammed silk one-piece in the 1937 film Stage Door. Five years later Vera Maxwell, a pioneer of American sportswear, designed a jumpsuit worn by millions of ‘riveting Rosies’ (the nickname given to American women working in factories during World War II). The jumpsuit hit the catwalks again in the 60s when André Courrèges showed futuristic styles in Paris. YSL sent palazzo one-pieces down the runway in the ’70s; Cher and Elvis adopted the jumpsuit as their signature style. We in Africa decide to use Ankara fabric to create our own unique Ankara jumpsuit.
Stylish Ankara Jumpsuits give you the opportunity to avoid your usual routine of wear. They are basically outfits that are effortless and nice, that is they take fewer efforts at dressing up. They emphasize comfort & personal expression over presentation, formality, conformity. Simply put, Jumpsuits are casually seen as something, not planned or informal.