A Bali brand just created the perfect summer jumpsuit…
It’s not uncommon for us to spot a particular fashion piece doing the rounds on social. Most recently there was the £38 ASOS milkmaid dress that caused a stir and subsequently sold out within days. There’s also the £39 Topshop strappy sandals that sold out in two colours and returned with three new hues.
This time, though, it’s not the high street that’s gaining our attention, it’s Bali-born brand (try saying that out loud) Faithfull The Brand’s yellow, floral jumpsuit.
We’ve already pointed out that yellow dresses are a hit this season due to the instant hit of vitamin D happiness: now, it’s the turn of yellow jumpsuits. The one in question is £190, but that hasn’t stopped it selling quicker than a Krispy Kreme sale. In fact it has been worn by so many people we’re surprised you can still get it – luckily you can at Net-A-Porter.
Although this particular style is gaining all our attention, yellow jumpsuits in general are the chic one-piece your summer wardrobe needs. Continue to see (and shop) our edit of the best yellow jumpsuits for s/s 19.
The Faithfull The Brand jumpsuit
Style director Mie Juel teams her jumpsuit with a simple pair of between the toe sandals and straw hat. Are we the only ones that want to book a holiday to recreate this look? Thought not.
Clashing colour-pop shades and layers of golden jewellery is the way influencer Lucy Williams wears hers.
Stylist Monikh chooses to pull out the white from the jumpsuit and match it to her sandals. A raffia bag and glossy hair completes the look we all want to copy. Sidenote: the Ibiza location would also be a bonus.
More yellow jumpsuits
Faithfull The Brand Frankie ruffled shirred floral-print crepe jumpsuit
This is the one all the influencers have been going wild for – can you blame them? The chic ditsy print, tie straps, ruffle hem and of course the cheery yellow hue is all part of the perfect package.
It comes in sizes xs to xl and although it’s slightly on the pricey side we can almost guarantee you’ll wear it so many ways (with trainers, mules or sliders) that it’ll be worth splurging. Just want to get in on the yellow jumpsuit trend and not pay the big bucks? Shop some high street versions below.
£190, Faithfull The Brand
Zara embroidered jumpsuit
We can always trust Zara to bring in the goods. This time it’s an embroidered hem, tie-front jumpsuit that makes you happy just looking at it. Team with a bright red lip and white sandals for after dark.
Miss Selfridge ochre button side striped jumpsuit
Vertical stripes are the flattering print we can’t get enough of at any time of year. This jumpsuit will end up being the throw-on-anytime option for summer BBQs, city breaks and picnics in the park (basically anywhere). Note: the pockets are also handy for snacks – not essential, but advised.
£39, Miss Selfridge
River Island yellow spot Bardot wide leg jumpsuit
We have a thing for polka dots this season thanks to Max Mara and Rejina Pyo putting them on the catwalk for s/s 19. The retro revival is one to try out and there’s no better way then mixing three trends in one – spots, yellow and jumpsuits.
£42, River Island
Dorothy Perkins yellow tie dye jumpsuit
In case you didn’t know the Nineties DIY favourite, tie-dye, is back. We’ve actually already told you how to do it yourself (here) but if you want one we (okay, Dorothy Perkins) made earlier then look no further. Thanks, DP.
£28, Dorothy Perkins
De La Vali Caminito gauze jumpsuit
Okay, so one designer option made its way into the yellow jumpsuit edit – but just look at it! Belted, buttoned and a serious beauty – it’s the Seventies style one-piece you’ll want to wear year after year.
£495, De La Vali
Opening image: Getty