Getting on Jump on Business

I love me a good romper. Or jumpsuit. Or as my husband would probably call them notadresspants. Like love them.

I swear while wearing them I feel like the most attractive person on the planet. It’s like they come with an extra boost of confidence for all the wear them.

Well except when you go to the bathroom while wearing them because then you look like this:

So do like me. Just avoid all beverages and all bathrooms. Problem solved.

Jumping on the Versatility Train

Jumpsuits may seem like are more of a casual option, but when you find the perfect one they can be great for the office. Which makes the jumpsuit one of the most versatile pieces you can have in your closet.

My favorite go to right now is Cupcakes and Cashmere Avery jumpsuit. It’s a great transition piece for Spring. It’s been on heavy rotation lately.

For work:

Rag and Bone Blazer, Stuart Weitzman Pumps, DeMellier Bag

For Play:

Kut from Kloth jacket, Sam Edelman pumps, Chloe Dupe bag

A good jumpsuit can take you from the office to a night out! During a casual Friday you can layer this one with a lightweight sweater. Happy Hour after work? No problem! During the transition months swap the sweater for a layer with Spanx arm tights, and your work pumps for a fun pair of ankle boots.

I told you it’s my favorite these days.

Now someone invite me out for drinks so I can stop wearing this on my couch while watching Spider-Man for the 1zillionth time with my kids.

Full Outfit Links

Rag and Bone Uni Blazer

DeMellier The Oslo Bag

Stuart Weitzman Curvia Pumps (sold out) similar, similar

Kut from Kloth Helena Jacket

Sam Edelman Hope Pumps

Chloe Dupe (Actual Chloe here)


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