6 Celebrity Tips For Finding the Right Jumpsuit For Your Body Type

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Have you ever tried a jumpsuit and felt like you were dwarfed by it?

The perfect onesie can be difficult to find if you don’t know exactly what you are looking for. But if you are not ready to give up on your quest for the right jumpsuit for you, here are some celebrities to look up to:

1. Cropped jumpsuit to show off your legs

Tall girls like Zendaya Coleman can pretty much wear any length she wants and still look phenomenal. However, if you’re lacking in curves, cropped jumpsuits help shift attention to the legs.

Zendaya Coleman wears an animal print jumpsuit during New York Fashion WeekZendaya Coleman wears an animal print jumpsuit during New York Fashion Week at Lincoln Center in New York City on February 12, 2014

2. Wide-legged onesies add shape

Wide-legged onesies look classier as they mimic the look of a long dress.

If you are quite tall like Julia Roberts, it offers a more feminine silhouette without compromising your comfort. This jumpsuit style is perfect if you are attending more formal events.

Julia Roberts wears a custom Valentino jumpsuit at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild AwardsJulia Roberts wears a custom Valentino jumpsuit at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on January 18, 2014

3. Flattering shin-length jumpsuits with bustier top

Even petite girls can wear a jumpsuit in this style and length. It’s also a great option for warmer days.

Wearing a white floral print jumpsuit, Amy Willerton stops by a friend's house in West HollywoodWearing a white floral print jumpsuit, Amy Willerton stops by a friend’s house in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, on January 14, 2014

4. Loose bottom jumpsuits add volume

The loose bottom adds more hips and gives your body a sexier silhouette. Take it from Heather Graham!

Heather Graham in a 70's inspired jumpsuit appearing on ExtraHeather Graham in a 70’s inspired jumpsuit appearing on Extra hosted by Mario Lopez in Los Angeles on January 7, 2014

5. Belted waist V-neckline jumpsuit for pear-shapes

The V-neck will draw attention away from the fullness of your hips, and the cinched waist will help make your body look well-proportioned.

Also, if you are petite with a semi-full shape, stay away from onesies with large busy prints. A monochrome jumpsuit will usually be a more flattering choice.

Camilla Luddington flashes sideboob in a jumpsuit at Entertainment Weekly's Screen Actors Guild partyCamilla Luddington flashes sideboob in a jumpsuit at Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild party at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles on January 17, 2014

6. Bustier top jumpsuit with cinched-waist

Well-endowed women should show it off with a bustier top jumpsuit. It will give the bottom half of your body ample coverage so you won’t look trashy at all.

The cinched-waist detail will also help create an hourglass silhouette, making you look sexier.

Alesha Dixon wears a navy Three Floor jumpsuit at Britain’s Got Talent auditionsAlesha Dixon wears a navy Three Floor jumpsuit at Britain’s Got Talent auditions at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on January 18, 2014

To get you started, here are some jumpsuits from Farfetch you might find perfect for your needs:

Balmain Denim Printed Silk JumpsuitBalmain Denim Printed Silk Jumpsuit, $6,985.38

Kenzo Tie Around JumpsuitKenzo Tie Around Jumpsuit, $572.01

Max Mara Monochrome JumpsuitMax Mara Monochrome Jumpsuit, $548.42

LAgence Crossover Neck JumpsuitL’Agence Crossover Neck Jumpsuit, $395

Michael Michael Kors Drawstring JumpsuitMichael Michael Kors Drawstring Jumpsuit, $265.37

We hope these tips help you find the perfect jumpsuit that you can wear to impress. Happy hunting!

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