EVERYONE NEEDS A CATSUIT !
Dressing is all about illusion, and a catsuit plus a sweater or jacket is the best way to feature what you love about yourself.
Back in the early 90s catsuits were all the rage. The one-piece, form-fitting garments were usually made from stretchy materials like lycra or spandex. Sure, they were sexy but they weren't practical.
Here, I've updated the catsuit for the swinging sixties crowd — two pieces are much more pragmatic and versatile. The modern catsuit — a slim-fitting black T-shirt and black leggings — is a wardrobe essential that can be used as a building block for dozens of outfits. I love wearing it with a sweater for a casual look, for running around the house, or with a sparkly jacket for a night on the town.
The angled side-zipper accents on the leggings draw the eye downward and are very flattering. Don't be afraid to try on many leggings to find the ones that fit and flatter your figure. Dressing is all about illusion, and a catsuit plus a sweater or jacket is the best way to feature what you love and to hide what you don't.
An updated catsuit is the ultimate two-piece capsule wardrobe; use it as base for sweaters, jackets & patterns.
The shawl-collar, knit duster is warm enough to wear outside while the colour block of soft greys elevates the sweater's fashion IQ. Fall is an ideal time to take an inventory of your sweaters. Are they sad and frumpy? Then it's time to donate them and add one or two stylish sweaters to give your catsuit wardrobe a lift.
An updated catsuit is the ultimate two piece capsule wardrobe; you can use it as base to add sweaters, jackets in accent colours, and patterns. And, of course, shoes, boots and accessories will change the course of the outfit.
Here's your chance to channel catsuit icons Shirley Bassey, Cher, and the original 1966 Cat Woman, the fabulous Eartha Kit. C'est si bon !