It being 2018, we — along with just about every other human woman on the planet — are already firmly entrenched in the pro-jumpsuit camp. In our day-to-day life, jumpsuits are practical and contemporary, as well as wildly chic; on the red carpet, meanwhile, they're still interesting enough that they turn the heads of those expecting to see a gown. "Hey, cool, a jumpsuit!" we find ourselves exclaiming the second we see that a celebrity has opted out of a more expected midi-skirted dress for pants.
Right on cue, we did the whole, "Hey, cool, a jumpsuit!" thing on Thursday when we saw what actress Regina Hall wore to Wednesday evening premiere of Magnolia Pictures' "Support the Girls" in Los Angeles. Not only did she go for a jumpsuit, but a velvet jumpsuit complete with a plunging V-neck neckline and wide-legged striped pants. The '70s-style look came courtesy of Diane von Furstenberg's Fall 2018 collection, designed by then-newly-minted Chief Creative Officer Nathan Jenden.
Hall accessorized the look with pearl earcuffs and a gold embellished miniaudiere bag, and kept her beauty look simple, too, with a sleek ponytail, smoky eye and magenta lip doing most of the talking. After all, the Diane von Furstenberg piece commanded most of the attention on its own, and rightfully so! When a striped, velvet jumpsuit calls after you like a sartorial Siren, you go to it with open arms. As is its way.