Kristen Bell Has A Brilliant Hack For Faking A Jumpsuit
Jumpsuits may be an easy one-step outfit, but their distinct look can make them hard to wear again and again. That's where Kristen Bell's printed two piece comes into play. While the ensemble gives off a similarly cohesive vibe when worn together, the pieces look just as on-trend when styled separately.
Bell was photographed while out in New York City on Feb. 25 wearing a bold animal-print look that consisted of a button-down blouse and wide-leg trousers. The leopard-print pieces, designed by Adam Lippes, looked almost exactly like a jumpsuit thanks to the polished way she tucked her top into her pants. The actor made the look winter-appropriate by layering an edgy leather jacket on top and adding a pair of classic, pointed pumps in black. Bell accessorized with a vegan leather bag by celebrity-favorite label, Nanushka, that featured an envelope-like flap, croc embossment, and a delicate chain strap.
The actor opted for beachy waves and a middle part, drawing extra attention to the contrast between her golden roots and pale blonde highlights. Bell, who was in New York to promote her new natural baby product brand, Hello Bello, kept her beauty look minimal and glowy with rose-colored lips, flushed cheeks, and bronze eyeshadow.
Besides the fact that animal print is undeniably one of the year's most popular styles, Bell's look seamlessly combined trendiness and innovation. The actor's outfit is the perfect jumpsuit for people who, well, hate jumpsuits.
The best part about Bell's set is that both the top and bottom can be worked into your closet as separates. After you've recreated the actor's matching look, you can style the button-down with distressed denim, a structured midi skirt, or a pair of plaid pants. If you're looking to spice up the wide-leg pants, wear them with a sequin tank, a form-fitting crop top, or an oversized linen blouse.
Ahead, shop Bell's exact two piece for an easy (and comfy) everyday look, along with The Zoe Report's favorite matching sets on the market.