Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Suede Jumpsuit Makes Winter Dressing Easy
Ralph Lauren just transformed its iconic Madison Ave. boutique into a darling replica of Ralph's Coffee shop for the Spring/Summer 2019 runway show. There were plenty of familiar faces in the front row, among them Karlie Kloss, Camilla Belle, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in a suede jumpsuit. Even though she wasn't on the catwalk this time, the model still stole the show.
Leave it to this classic American designer to kick off New York Fashion Week right with a creative take on the traditional fashion show concept. On Tues., the brand invited its celebrity devotees to sip their morning lattés at its Madison Ave. location while watching the Spring/Summer 2019 fashion show. The boutique was temporarily converted into a model of the nostalgic Ralph's Coffee shop that resides on 5th Ave.
Apron-clad waiters kept the caffeine flowing while the biggest names in fashion flooded in to get a glimpse of the designer's latest looks. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, a longtime fan of the brand, wore the dreamiest brown suede jumpsuit that could potentially be part of an upcoming collection itself. The long-sleeved number features an asymmetric wrap front, a polished collar, and cinching at the waist that descended into pleated, straight-legged pants.
While it's not quite on the market yet, it does bear a striking resemblance to Ralph Lauren Collection's baby-blue Judson jumpsuit that's made of wool.
Huntington-Whiteley's jumpsuit had a sort of '70s look to it that the model balanced out with super-modern accessories. She paired the matte one piece with futuristic sunglasses, a chunky gold necklace, a white envelope clutch, and strappy sandal heels.
This all-in-one outfit is the perfect piece for cold weather. It's an easy fix for weekend dressing and a sleek look for the office just the same. So, if the model's latest ensemble has propelled you into a suede obsession, then snag yourself a similar jumpsuit, ahead.
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If you can't have Huntington-Whiteley's chic jumpsuit, this button-front number is the next best thing. The olive-green suede one piece has rolled, short sleeves, a loose fit, and a utilitarian feel.
Go full '70s with this zip-up boilersuit. It's cinched with an elastic band at the waist to maintain shape and its flared pants are so on-trend.
Though cut in a silkier fabric than Rosie's, this military-inspired jumpsuit is just as easy to style.