When creating the Leonard spring ’15 runway collection, designer Yiqing Yin aimed to “explore prints like a child’s game, with no constraints,” a goal she clearly accomplished. Each look consisted of various patterned fabrics, whether she used bold florals or abstract watercolor prints. The playfulness of the prints mixed with the flattering and sophisticated silhouettes created a wearable collection that appeals to a variety of women.

Yin emphasized the female shape by tying the waists of long pants, skirts and one-pieces, a style that is flattering on all women. For someone who is short like me, emphasizing a narrow waist can keep looser fitting clothing from overwhelming a small frame. This is especially helpful for maxi dresses and jumpsuits, which can sometimes cover up my shape. I’d never thought a jumpsuit would be flattering on someone of my height, but I finally found this perfect floral one-piece. The tied waist and ankle-grazing pants make it a perfect fit for my body, but I’d also love to try the wide-leg styles seen in the Leonard show.

This jumpsuit could be dressed up or down depending on my accessories, but I chose to create an everyday look with the same laid back vibe as in the show. I wore black flatform sandals to add some length to my legs without getting too dressy. I wanted to have some fun with my outfit because the show was so eye-catching; I piled on accessories like my colorful friendship bracelets, gold “J’Adore” ring, layered gold necklaces and ear cuffs.

Get My Look: 1. Floral jumpsuit. 2. Black flatform sandals. 3. Ear cuff.