After many months of COVID and lockdowns, it’s nice to get invited to a wedding. You’ll spend time with friends, family, and even strangers, but even this is feeling doable after a strange 18 months. If you have a wedding coming up, why not consider a jumpsuit for the occasion?
The Tuxedo Jumpsuit (Reiss)
Inspired by the classic tuxedo, why should men have all the fun in this regard? Since the men’s tuxedo is always in fashion, there’s no reason why this version also won’t have a timeless appeal. With the right design, such as the one available from Reiss, this is complemented by satin lapels which give the jumpsuit even more character.
One of the best things about the tux jumpsuit? You can party away all night long without feeling restricted. Also, the fact that the dress is sleek black means that you have a choice of footwear.
Angel Sleeve Jumpsuit (OMNES)
One reason the OMNES design is on this list specifically is the animal print fabric used for this jumpsuit. If you want to shine brightly as a wedding guest without stealing the limelight from the bride, this angel sleeve jumpsuit is the perfect option. Bright yellow, it’s ideal for an outdoor summer wedding (though, in the UK, who can guess the weather?). What’s more, the high finish on the legs means that you can choose sandals and other simple footwear.
Bridal Jumpsuit (Catherine Deane)
Of course, your next wedding could be your own, so here’s an amazing option for you. As you’ll see, Catherine Deane wedding jumpsuits in UK have style, elegance, class, and so much more. With a sweetheart neckline, it allows for a stunning necklace to capture attention while the sash belt cinches the waist and adds another element.
If you want to combine function and beauty, this jumpsuit is the epitome of both. You’ll make your significant other swoon while being able to dance the night away (the side pockets are another feature that all brides appreciate!).
Tailored Jumpsuit (And Other Stories)
Do you want an all-in-one, or do you want tailoring? Why choose when you can have a structured padded tailored jumpsuit? Once again, this is the perfect way to turn heads without making the bride feel jealous. Boasting a formal, tailored appearance, the jumpsuit has padded shoulders, and this adds shape to the whole look. With the suggested jumpsuit, you’ll also have a pastel violet to complement whatever shoes you choose.
Bow-Back Jumpsuit (Saks Fifth Avenue)
While the example comes from the United States, there’s no reason why you can’t find a bow-back jumpsuit in the UK. As the name suggests, this will take on the appearance of a traditional jumpsuit but with a very important addition on the back (a huge bow!). The reason the Saks Fifth Avenue jumpsuit is suggested in this guide is because it highlights the different features that you can have with your jumpsuit. A faux skirt is draped over the outside of the jumpsuit, and this combines the traditional design with a gown appearance (perfect for a wedding!).
Not everybody has over $1,300 to spend, but don’t worry because you’ll find British alternatives no matter where you are in the UK.
How do you choose between the many jumpsuit designs? Firstly, allow yourself to be attracted to what you like. Remember, your job is to blend in with the crowd and not take attention away from the bride, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t look stunning. If you’re a bride yourself, the Catherine Deane line is timeless.