Model, actress, and style star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wears a wardrobe essential every woman probably already has in her closet and if she doesn’t, she should. It’s a black jumpsuit and I believe, it does not get enough attention. It is a perfect one and done piece that is easy to dress-up and down and also makes a wonderful alternative to the little black dress. Some may think a black jumpsuit boring, but by finding one with little details (like a one shoulder) within the piece it can really make it something special. You don’t have to spend a fortune either to get this Rosie Huntington-Whiteley look for less.
How To Get The Look for Less
This black jumpsuit by Adelyn Rae is a very similar one-shoulder jumpsuit like Whiteley’s. The banded waist hits at the smallest part on the body and an easy way to dress down is with a pair of crisp white sneakers or studded slip-on sandals.
Taking a belt and adding it to the look really amplifies how tiny your waist is and takes the overall outfit to another level. This Ann Taylor skinny leather belt will be a go-to and used for many other looks.
Since the jumpsuit is rather simple, the other accessories for this look should be fun and bold! This is where you can have some fun and show your personality. These New York & Company gold floral drop earrings will bring attention to your face and add some glamor. Keep the gold going with this beaded clutch available at White House Black Market. It is on sale right now for $35, so it’s hard to pass up! Add an attention grabbing sexy heel like these by Kelly & Katie and you’ll have a look that is sophisticated, chic and timeless.
You may like to get more summer celebrity looks for less: Slip Into Style: Get This Stunning Priyanka Chopra Look for Less and Celebrity Look For Less: Pretty In Pink Like Victoria Beckham.
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Photo Source: rosie-huntington-whiteley.com