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Before I start talking about this red bandage jumpsuit, I would like to know what crossed your mind when you saw these photos. Do you find it too sexy? Too revealing? Did you like this look without thinking that it is too much?

I never liked bandage dresses. I always thought that they looked too cheap and vulgar. And I never owned one until I tried one on. It changed my opinion on bandage dresses. Or anything with “bandage” as a first name per se.

This jumpsuit, for example, is definitely meant for women with curves. It is sexy without being vulgar, elegant and very flattering. Believe it or not, it make you look slimmer and longer. Maybe the fact that it is made of spandex has something to do with it.

If you don’t want to show your shoulders, you can cover them with a short leather jacket or cashmere shawl. And I think that it will look better with heels than flats.

When I ordered this jumpsuit, I chose size M thinking that I would not fit in my regular size. Well, I was wrong. It is a bit loose at certain places and I regret I did not opt for S. So please, don’t size up like me if you decide to get it.

Now I would like to hear from you: how would you style this bandage jumpsuit?


OUTFIT:

Red Bandage Jumpsuit from The Kewl Shop (c/o), Buffalo heels, BCBG belt, Dior sunglasses, gold hoop earrings and vintage Chanel handbag.

Photos by Alexander Ramp.


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