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Fashionista NOW: Halter And Culotte Style Jumpsuit Ideas

Halter And Culotte Style Jumpsuit Ideas

If you’re into halter necklines and culottes, then these two jumpsuit styles will appeal as they feature these in their design.

As someone who is quite into the simplicity of a midi length jumpsuit, I found myself in the browsing section on ZALORA Malaysia, eyeing for a style of jumpsuit minimalistic enough that I can see myself wearing. And I stumbled upon TWO styles in particular; one has a halter neckline that ties into a ribbon in the back, sleeveless and a cut-out to mimic a V-shape neckline, and the other is simplicity at its best, with short sleeves, a belt you can tie around the waist or wear as a skinny scarf around your neck and a round neckline.

These two styles embody exactly what I find appealing in a minimalist jumpsuit trend and I hope you like what I’ve chosen to highlight in this post. Enjoy!

 

Black Culotte Jumpsuit With Belt

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Black Halter Jumpsuit

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Burnt Orange Culotte Jumpsuit With Belt

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Burnt Orange Halter Jumpsuit

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Which jumpsuit style would you wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

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