The first jumpsuit was created by Florentine Thayat in 1919 and was released as liberating proposal in a futuristic period; thereafter several designers followed her, even Elsa Schiaparelli in the 30s. The term jumpsuit comes from English. Is used to define integral garments also worn by pilots, astronauts, skiers, mechanics and Formula 1 racers. Nowadays is part of the formal/casual female and male universe.
Here are the principal characteristics of this trend:
Semi-heavy weights, with flat effect, rigid and with brightness.
Piece-dyed:Earthy shades, green, mustard, beige and light gray.
Irregular washings to obtain a rustic appearance, overdye, located dirty, superficial coating.
Loose fit, with a wide waistband on the waist or low rise. Skinny legs or cropped with elastic bands and pins.
Zip systems with side zippers, cords or waistbands. Hidden side pockets that give volume to the hip and rustic hems in boots.
Zip systems with ties or o visible buttons are fundamental along with wide hemlines and color contrasts.
For this trend we recommend the following fabrics:
Suggested fabrics by Coltejer: