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Sienna Miller’s Glastonbury outfit has made me want to wear a baggy jumpsuit every day


by Marie Kelly
02nd Jul 2019
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Thank goodness Glastonbury style has evolved beyond cut-off denim shorts. Did anyone else find that look boring? Sienna Miller, the queen of boho style, turned up to the iconic festival in a baggy jumpsuit with oversized patch pockets that looked modern, cool, comfortable, and a little bit sexy (it was ever-so-slightly see-through).

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Picture courtesy of Pinterest

Her look felt so much fresher and more contemporary than that of some other celebrities spotted, who still think the more flesh on show the better. Miller was smarter than that, managing to initially look quite demure before the subtle sheerness of the jumpsuit became apparent. That’s so much sexier than a naked tummy or bare legs. If like me you’re loving her look, here are some of best baggy jumpsuits to buy now.

This is very like the denim boiler suit Stella McCartney sent down her AW19 catwalk. Loose-fitting but not sloppy, it’s a great utilitarian piece for your wardrobe. I wouldn’t want to waste this by wearing it to a music festival though. I’d throw on a pair of heels and glam it up for evening.

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Acid wash boiler suit, Jaded London, €117 at topshop.com

This is the kind of baggy jumpsuit I would throw on again and again. It hangs straight, which gives it a boyish feel, but the thin spaghetti straps counteract this vibe with a hint of femininity and sexiness. Wear it over a T-shirt if you prefer to be a little more covered.

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Relaxed spaghetti strap jumpsuit, €69 at & Other Stories

This is a fabulous piece from Warehouse; sexy, but subtly so. The halter neckline and backless cut give it a real point of difference and balance out the fluidity of the wide legs.

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Snake print halterneck jumpsuit, €72 at Warehouse

Now this would be a cool piece to wear to a music festival. Bimba & Lola always comes up with something that little bit different. The dancers print has a great energy and sense of fun to it. Plus the piece looks super comfortable.

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Black dancers print jumpsuit, €90 (was €150) at bimbaylola.com

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