As it’s nearing the end of the month it’s time for the Jumpsuit Joy Style Not Age May challenge! This month it was Anna’s turn to choose and I was definitely not short on options for this theme. You probably know by now that I’m slightly obsessed with jumpsuits 😉 As it happened, I’d just ordered another one from Cocosa, probably my dressiest one yet.
This Isabel by Rozarancio jumpsuit is a great alternative to an LBD. I’d never heard of the brand before so I was keeping everything crossed that it would fit, and thankfully it’s just right. Well, the legs are a bit too long, but I can have them taken up quite easily. I didn’t have time to get them altered before the photos so I had to find some high wedge shoes (not a problem for a serious shoe addict like me!) I love the elongating effect of the wide leg style, but it was the long, flared sleeves that really sold it to me, I love how they swish!
I thought the big expanse of black needed some colour to break it up so I dug out some old belts. After trying on several I eventually decided on this really old wide faux leather red belt. I added more red accents with a faux fur bag and some new earrings from Zara. The thing I love about jumpsuits is how easy it is to change the look with accessories. Although I opted for red accessories this time, metallics or leopard print would also look great.
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These Biba leopard print wedge sandals are some of the highest I own…and you still can’t see them under the jumpsuit! But even when I get the legs taken up I’ll probably still wear these or some similar – I think of leopard print as a neutral. Red shoes would be too matchy for my taste.
Anna has layered a top underneath her patterned jumpsuit…a great idea…and her shoes are fabulous!
I’m loving Hilda’s wide leg striped jumpsuit with the asymmetric neckline. Very glamorous!
Jacqui has chosen a gorgeous tropical print jumpsuit with cropped legs…perfect for this sultry weather we’ve been having!
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