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The comfy jumpsuit from Seasalt Cornwall you’ll be living in this summer

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This wide leg jumpsuit is worth adding to your spring and summer wardrobe. (Seasalt Cornwall / Yahoo Life UK)

A jumpsuit is always a safe bet during the summer months for a number of reasons: 1) it's easy to throw on when stumped with what to wear, 2) it's versatile enough that it can be dressed up or down, and 3) it's ridiculously comfortable on. Which is why we don't take finding the perfect style lightly. But luckily for us our search was made easy thanks to Seasalt Cornwall — say hello to the womenswear brand's Rose Trellis Wide Leg Jumpsuit.

A style that hasn't just converted shoppers from dresses to jumpsuits, but has even had them buying multiple, it comes in five different prints, features a comfortable wide leg cut and drawstring waist, and is made from a breathable blend of soft cotton that's perfect for spring and summer.

At £65.95, it's certainly an investment piece, but absolutely makes up for the cost in comfort and style.

Available in a wide range of sizes and five standout prints, it features a comfortable wide leg cut, drawstring waist and short sleeves. 

£65 at Seasalt Cornwall

Made from a blend of organic cotton and modal, the fabric feels super-silky against your skin.

The wide-leg silhouette makes it breathable for summer, while the drawstring waist means you can wear it as loosely or as cinched in as you want.

The jumpsuit fastens at the front with three buttons, but, don't worry shoppers say it's "easy to get on and off", which is always a necessity when purchasing an all-in-one.

The V-shaped neckline gives you a flattering and trendy silhouette. Plus, it has pockets, which is always an added bonus.

The comfy jumpsuit is ideal for the summer months and is sure to be especially great on holiday. (Seasalt Cornwall)
The jumpsuit is available in a choice of five prints and colours. (Seasalt Cornwall)
The wide leg style is so flattering, that shoppers have bought more than one. (Seasalt Cornwall)
It looks equally as good worn casually with a pair of trainers or sandals as it does with some wedges and a bag. (Seasalt Cornwall)
Complete with handy pockets, it's super comfortable to wear. (Seasalt Cornwall)

£65.95 at Seasalt Cornwall

If you're struggling with what to wear to work in the summer, it could also be a great addition to your office wardrobe. One shopper said, "I've worn it at work with a black blazer and smart shoes and have received many compliments on it – and I know I'll be able to wear with sandals more casually over the summer as well."

Available in a choice of five standout prints and colours, it comes in a wide range of sizes (8-22) in regular and petite lengths.

Shoppers praise this jumpsuit for its comfort factor, fit, and, crucially, how easy it is to get on and off. Here's a closer look at what a handful of happy customers had to say:

  • "Bought two different ones ready for my holidays, love the quality and they are true to size. A must have for the summer."

  • "A lovely jumpsuit, the fabric is soft but has enough body to drape well. The cut of the jumpsuit is great. I am looking forward to some warmer weather to enable me to wear it!"

  • "I love these jumpsuits and have bought a couple every year, they are super comfortable, cool on hot days. I always get lovely comments when wearing them."

  • "This is my first jumpsuit – I wasn’t sure whether this style would suit me but it does! It’s comfortable to wear and I love the modern style which can be worn casually with trainers or sandals. I’ve become a convert to jumpsuits!"

  • "Lovely light jersey material, very soft and comfortable to wear. Easy to get on and off. It looks great with trainers or flats and a light cardigan. Easy to dress up or down. I loved it so much I bought three in different colours."

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