Jumpsuits have become my new goto when getting dressed in the morning. They’re a no brainer – easy to throw on, one piece to worry about, and comfy. The only downside is the whole bathroom issue, but that’s a small price to pay for the ease of the jumpsuit.
Turns out I’ve been into the jumpsuit for a good 3 years now! Looking back through the blog, I noticed I did a ‘how to style’ on a jumpsuit back in 2016! It’s nice to know they’re not going out of style any time soon! I also love how they can be worn for a fancy occasion now instead of a dress. I don’t know about you all, but sometimes I’m not feeling a dress, but I still want a one piece to throw on. Voila! Jumpsuit to the rescue.
I’m loving a wide leg jumpsuit right now because they’re so roomy and cooling. I’ve gone with a crop length in the ones I currently own because I know they won’t drag on the ground. Being short, I’m never sure about length and I’ll admit it – sometimes I’m lazy and don’t want to take them to be shortened.
1. Lulu’s X Lush – Main Thing Navy Blue Tie-Front Short Sleeve Culottes |
2. Old Navy – Square-Neck Cami Jumpsuit | 3. Loft – Dotted Flutter Drawstring Jumpsuit | 4. HappyXNature – Angel Plunge | 5. Banana Republic – One-Shoulder Jumpsuit | 6. Modcloth – Jantex International Limited Arrive and Thrive Wide-Leg Jumpsuit | 7. Shein – Tropical Print Knot Detail | 8. unique vintage – Retro Style Red & White Polka Dot Sleeveless Crepe
The navy blue tie-front short sleeve culottes (number 1) look lightweight, yet perfect for work. In these spring months you can throw a white blazer on top with some classic white cons, then in the summer just wear it alone with sandals, maybe from the post I did a few weeks ago.
Old Navy’s square-neck cami jumpsuit is the one I own! It’s very lightweight and soft, two things that are a must for me in the summer. It does require steaming or ironing. I steamed it before I wore it for the pics, and the stomach area got wrinkled quickly.
Polka dots for the win! Number 3 is from the Loft and has a drawstring waist. I like the idea of being able to cinch the waist if it’s a tad on the big side. I couldn’t pass up adding a whimsical jumpsuit for this group.
News flash! Kate Hudson is now doing real clothes now in addition to her workout clothing line. It’s called Happy X Nature (happy by nature) and is as boho chic as she is. This would look equally at home at Coachella or work. There’s also a patterned one that was equally cute, but I felt like the white is perfect for summer.
I’ve been trying to pop more color into my usual black wardrobe and number 6 is a great way to do this. It looks very flowy which will be perfect come the humid days of summer. I also like how the sleeves are short enough, but still keeps in with the flowy nature of the entire piece.
Tropical prints scream summer to me. I’m not into the Lily Pulitzer type of prints because they tend to be too preppy for me, but not this one from Shein. This outfit would look great dressed up with strappy black sandals and a black biker jacket in case it gets a little cool.
Last up is the red polka dot jumpsuit from unique vintage. I’m gonna be truthful with you all – I might be the only person who loves the ads I see on Instagram. I click on them a lot. This is one store that I happened across from the ads and it’s got a lot of cute clothes that are vintage inspired. This jumpsuit is just at home in 2019 as it would have been in the 1940s. In fact, Katharine Hepburn wore a polka dot jumpsuit in “Woman of The Year.” It wasn’t red, but I bet she would have worn one just like this one.
Have I convinced you to get a jumpsuit yet? What are you waiting for? I can’t wait to see the ones you guys get! Let me know which ones you like in the comments, as usual!