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Jumpsuits are all the rage these days, and some very stylish ones are being made for women of all sizes and shapes. A white jumpsuit or romper is one of those items of clothing that every woman should have in her closet, since it is perfect summer wear: First, because jumpsuits are casual and breezy, and second because white is the perfect summer color, since it keeps you cool and it goes with everything.
White jumpsuits for women plus size:
Plus size white jumpsuits for women pictured:
Ashley Stewart Women’s Plus Size Pleated Shirtdress Jumpsuit White 12
It used to be that jumpsuits were strictly casual wear, but now they come in styles that fit in categories like formal wear and club wear. If a jumpsuit fits you well, and suits you, then it should be appropriate to wear for almost any occasion. Of course if it is low cut, strapless, or if we are talking about a romper rather than a jumpsuit, then it is not suitable for formal gatherings.
Plus-sized white jumpsuits for women:
Plus sized white jumpsuits for women pictured:
Left: Solace Women’s Venetia One Shoulder Jumpsuit, silver
Middle: Solace Women’s Divinity Tie One Shoulder Jumpsuit, silver
Right: Lotustraders Jumpsuit Strap Drawstring Waist Satin Trim 2X 3X 4X White D488
Plus size clothing that is stylish and fashionable has become easier to find in recent years, and that goes for jumpsuits too. This way you have way more options in terms of what will fit you, and you have more options style-wise.
Along with the jumpsuit’s renewed popularity comes a whole array of different styles. As well as traditional styles, you’ll be able to pick from belted or drawstring waists, wide legs, skinny legs, etc. Fabrics run the gamut from breezy linen to shiny polyester.
If you opt for a cotton jumpsuit with a simple design, wide legs and a loose, comfortable fit, then it would be great as beach wear, or general casual summer wear. Rompers would fit in those categories as well. But the fancier models are more suitable as evening wear or club wear. Some models are skin-tight, some other incorporate mesh fabric, and most are cut in a way that is more stylish: strapless, one-shoulder or halter neck models for example, or legs with cuffs at the ankle.
So whether it is for a relaxed day in the garden or a night on the town, there is sure to be a white jumpsuit that suits your needs.
DHStyles Women’s Plus Size Sexy Slinky Sheer Mesh Cut Out Romper
DHStyles Women’s Plus Size Sexy Slinky Sheer Mesh Cut Out Keyhole Romper
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Elvis Was The Originator of the White Jumpsuit!
Elvis Was The Originator of the White Jumpsuit!
By Jonathon Bates
Elvis Presley will go down in history as, The King Of Rock-And-Roll. His music and life was truly legendary. One of the things that made Elvis so unique was how he dressed. Elvis was noted for the white jumpsuit, as he wore in the 1970s. Did you know that Elvis actually helped design the jumpsuit?
Before Elvis, it would be difficult to find other entertainers who dressed in the white jumpsuit. When Elvis made his comeback in 1968, he wore a black leather suit. However, following this time, Elvis began wearing the white jumpsuit. Naturally, Elvis had a personal tailor who took suggestions from the king for creating and customizing the white jumpsuit.
Elvis stated that he wanted a costume that was unique, and flashy. He wanted something different. He also wanted a piece of clothing that was similar to a karate outfit, so he could move around with ease. Elvis described that he wanted it to be able to breathe. He requested bell bottoms, flared wrist cuffs, and the high collar.
Did you know that Elvis was the creator of the high collar style in coats and costumes? Do you know why Elvis wanted the high collar? It was because he felt that his neck was too thin and long.
I believe it was just one of those self-conscious things that Elvis was concerned with personally. The high collar was to make his neck appear, not as long.
Elvis also added the flashy details, along with the big belt. On some of the jumpsuits, Elvis added tassels. It is said, that Elvis went through many styles, examples, and prototypes of the white jumpsuit before he made his final decision on what he would actually wear on stage. When his tailor came up with what we know of as the jumpsuit, Elvis was pleased with this look and chose it.
Throughout the years, Elvis assisted in designing additional jumpsuits, of different colors, styles, with different details. However, all of the jumpsuits have similar aspects, and were always flashy and “Elvis-like.”
Elvis’ choice in the jumpsuit costume made quite an impact on his fans and the public in general. Many other entertainers copied off of Elvis’ look, style, and costume following Elvis’ comeback.
For example, the Osmond Brothers wore jumpsuits on stage when they were popular. Bobby Sherman copied Elvis’ look, as well. They all had the dark hair that contrasted the white jumpsuit, which added resolution, and made them standout better on stage.
The Brady Bunch even copied this style in a few of their television episodes. They also more matching jumpsuits on some of the tours they completed, along with their television specials.
Elvis finalized his jumpsuit look, with adding the silk scarf. Elvis was the originator of wearing the silk scarf on stage, as well. Elvis wanted something that he could wipe his sweat with. The silk scarfs further contributed to the contrast of his outfit, while providing him with something to wipe his sweat, and throw out in the audience, as a novelty stunt.
When fans started requesting Elvis to wipe his sweat and throw the scarves out, he had hundreds made, and made it a part of his regular routine on stage.
Now, Elvis impersonators all over the world are seen in white jumpsuits. In fact, Elvis impersonators have worn so many different styled white jumpsuits, they’ve almost worn the look out.
However, Elvis was the true originator of the white jumpsuit. His innovative thinking is what created that look. No doubt, that look is what contributed to what makes Elvis Presley so unique in our minds.
Jonathon Bates is a reporter and researcher of past myths and legends of Rock and Roll, and publisher for various news programs and publications. His weekly column can be read at [http://www.searchforelvis.com].
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