Our Make over with Manon
For DON Magazine we were invited to make another Make over, for the new column in Dwarslaesie Magazine for people with paraplegia.
This time we designed the must-have item, a jumpsuit for Manon. But this is an unique two-part jumpsuit. So she can forget about tugging and struggling, because top and trousers can be handled and worn as separates!
Manon is wearing jumpsuit Virginia here. You can order this jumpsuit in the shop (City look Collection).
Let us describe this two part jumpsuit:
One front panel slants across the other; they close with press studs. The lower hem is elasticated.
The back has an A-line shape and is seamless.
The trousers are elasticated at low-waist level and pleated at the front.
The back features buttonhole elastic so it can be adjusted to your exact size.
Even if you wear these trousers let out to their maximum waist, the front will stay pleated, which has a slimming effect.
An invisible side seam zipper allows quick and easy dressing and undressing.
The legs are a loose fit and extra long, ending at the hem in elastic ankle cuffs.
The suit is made of a thin, supple light blue cotton denim (100% CO).
This time we were lucky to have Miranda Roijakkers from C in C for U! with us, to help with the visagie and cosmetics of our model.
Here you can read the article in Dutch: