Who would have ever thought that a utilitarian one-piece garment used by skydivers and parachuters  would one day become a sartorial necessity packed with punch and oomph? Puzzled? I am talking about the jumpsuit, of course.

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There is something so effortless and chic about this one piece and black means it is a great canvas and can be styled in hundred different ways.

Black jumpsuit style

The fact that it can be dressed down for work or up for play only makes this style so much more irresistible to me.

Black jumpsuit style

Jumpsuit: Dorothy Perkins (printed version here), Heels: H&M, Clutch: Next, Necklace: BHS (old), Cuff: Primark (old), Earrings: Portobello Market, Watch: Tissot, Lips: Mac Rebel, Eyes: Mac Designer Purple

Here I’ve paired my black jumpsuit with gold accessories and a sparkling clutch to keep it simple yet chic. So, this holiday season if you want to try something other than the LBD give the black jumpsuit a chance. You will love it, I promise.

Comfort is definitely the key factor when I am happily exploring a new city, sauntering around seeking its beauty and lost in my little bubble. My tropical weather wardrobe consists invariably of some sleeve less chiffon tops, colourful bottoms and of course accessories that can be mixed and matched with everything.

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Keeping in mind, Ibiza’s “relaxed” atmosphere, I opted for this colourful little skirt and paired it with a simple white top. A beach bag, some dangling earrings, an anklet and flip flops and I was ready to kiss the sun and loose myself in the mesmerising Mediterranean waters.¬† Yes, sometimes less is really more!

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colour3-41Skirt: Asos, Top: H&M, Bag: Matalan, Shades: Calvin Klein, Earrings: Barcelona, Necklace: Gift from the boy, Watch: Swatch, Bracelet: Gift from a friend, Flip Flips: Superdry, Anklet: India