Dressing to impress in mustard yellow jumpsuits makes life a lot easier for a modern woman on the go. Whatever your style goal or daily routine is, you can look stylish, command your presence and be in a happier sunnier place with the mustard yellow jumpsuits.
If you are ever looking for something easy and comfortable to slip into on off duty hours, a wearable chic trend on a night out with friends, show off your curves at dinner parties, or perhaps when hosting an event and you want to command your presence, make a style statement or when you want to stand out of the crowd for whatever reason, jumpsuits should be your go to. Holywwod DJ Solange Knowles is a classic example of a modern woman on the go. She was spotted in her Mustard yellow romper jumpsuit bike riding with her son Daniel Julez Smith in Hudson River Park in New York City. She looked effortless and simple, yet she looked trendy and chic adding studded Azzedine “Alaia” Suede flat sandals to the whole outfit.
Jumpsuits made its big comeback in 2014 and its making waves in the style and fashion world, most especially when combined with the yellow hues. Popularly named at different seasons as the Lemon Zest in the spring color wheel 2013, Mimosa in 2009, and known as the buttercup color in the Pantone color of the year 2016. This mustard color is another hue of the yellow color wheel which stimulates the brain and complements most yellow and olive skin tone.
The designers and fashion influencers have named this color as a color that transport its wearer to a happier, sunnier place. It’s no wonder Jennifer Lopez radiated beautifully in her mustard colored jumpsuit by Michael Costello at the American Music Awards 2015. Solange Knowles was breathtaking in her Mustard yellow jumpsuit by Christian Ciriano and the South African Nomzamo Mbatha in her Nkhosi Nkosi mustard yellow jumpsuit design have been circulating on the internet since she was seen in this attire.
This yellow hue pairs well with Snorkel blue, serenity and lilac grey
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