I'd been intrigued by the geo-mesh-panel thing since Nicole Scherzinger stepped out on stage in that Missguided jumpsuit (still available here), but this short white version jumped out at me even more... I loved the way the cute high-waisted A-line shorts section balanced out the graphic lines and daring cut-out panels of the top half, giving it a softer, easier-to-wear quality.
Cut-outs and sheer panelling can easily equal "trashy", especially when they're located around the chest area, and especially if said chest is larger than a D cup, so I'm not sure I would have tried this style out if I hadn't won the giveaway. However, the sizing and positioning of these panels, at least, rendered such concerns superfluous, securing a position on the right side of the Urban Edge vs. Dancing on Ice spectrum. Although it would be pretty much impossible to wear anything but stick-on-cups, should you be so inclined, under this, there's no danger of a "wardrobe malfunction" should you choose to go au naturel, either.
Perfect timing for summer's promised encore this weekend, accessorised with my trusty knee-high glads, but definite potential as an AW wonder accompanied by opaques (not pictured - I refuse to relinquish my legs to nylon just yet) and Litas too!
A word of advice re: sizing, if you are contemplating investing in one of these playsuits or jumpsuits - all the other playsuits and jumpsuits in my (somewhat Herculean) collection are a size 8, but this is a perfect fit in a 10 - so probably worth sizing up if you are over 5'7 and/or a D cup!
Have you given the Scherzy look a whirl?