jumpsuit: anthropologie | heels: similar | bag: anthropologie | sunnies: karen walker
Hi babes! We’ve almost made it through the week! I hope you guys have fun plans in store for the weekend ahead. Our plans involve a lot of soccer games, a ballet rehearsal, and a Madmen themed auction. We’re actually pretty pumped for the auction – I ordered this under $35 dress and am borrowing emerald green gloves from a friend. It’s going to be so fun dressing up!
For most weekends though, we don’t deck out in Madmen attire. Typically I’m in my favorite workout leggings during the day and then a romper or sundress in the evening. Rompers and jumpsuits have long been my jam and for good reason, they’re just easy!
jumpsuit: anthropologie | shoes: similar | bag: anthropologie | sunnies: karen walker
I recently picked up these two jumpsuits from Anthropologie knowing how much I will wear them both. Y’all know I always buy items with versatility in mind, and these two jumpsuits fit the bill. I love how easily they can be dressed up or down depending on your occasion. Neither of them are white either (big shock I know, haha), so they can be worn to wedding events or even a wedding!
Do note that both of the jumpsuits run a bit big, so I would size down in both. The great thing about both is that they both have a waist that can expand or be cinched if necessary. The black jumpsuit has a tie and the animal print jumpsuit has a stretchy waistband.
So, how to style…easy for both! For the black jumpsuit I would wear it to any number of events – a wedding, a rehearsal dinner, a shower, date night, or brunch with the girls. I would keep my accessories and shoes simple to let the wide leg jumpsuit to the talking, but you could definitely add a pop of color with a fun bag.
As for the animal print jumpsuit, girl, have fun with it! I kept with a neutral vibe, but you would for sure jazz it up with bold colored heels or a fun pair of booties. Layer a leather jacket or denim jacket over it to add another layer. Or go for a comfier look with sneakers or sandals.
photography: fort lion studio