My friends are always teasing me and saying that I must have an unlimited supply of clothes. Nope. I've just learned to maximize the pieces that I have by adding layers, swapping out pieces, and mixing things up. Today, I'm going to show you how I remix one of my favorite jumpsuits to create three different looks, but first, let me tell you why I added this jumpsuit to my wardrobe in the first place.
It's a jumpsuit. Jumpsuits are incredibly versatile, especially when they're strapless. They can be layered under sweaters and blouses without the bulk of straps or sleeves. You also don't have to worry about awkward necklines showing underneath.
The rust color is the perfect base for every color in my closet. Seriously, there isn't a color that can't be warn with this shade.
And, last but not least, the print. The neutral dots in the fabric can be paired with any print - florals, strips, checks, paisleys, and so on.
LOOK 1: MAXI CARDIGAN AND JUMPSUIT
There's a slight chill in the air, but I still want to look cute and wear my favorite jumpsuit? What to do? Grab a maxi cardigan and throw it over my shoulders. The long length of the cardigan pairs nicely with the flowy fabric of my jumpsuit and the light layer keeps me comfortable while running errands. And that fun obi belt helps to shape and define my waist. To add a little more depth and warmth to my outfit, I added a stone necklace with a thick silver chain. Suede drop earrings add a bit more texture.
LOOK 2 DENIM SHIRT WITH JUMPSUIT
I love love love the print and flowiness of this jumpsuit, but I don't want to always wear a jumpsuit. Throw a denim shirt and a belt over it and no one is any the wiser. Jumpsuits are incredibly versatile. This look could easily be accomplished with a chunky sweater or a white button down. The layered bracelets add a little fun to my outfit.
LOOK 3 KIMONO WITH JUMPSUIT
That doesn't match! Actually, it does. Don't be afraid to mix your prints and patterns. For newbies, stick to prints and patterns in the same color family. Once you're a pro, you can add in additional prints, just keep the scale similar and add in neutral colors with a pop for a little added drama.I hope this gives you inspiration to style pieces in your closet in multiple ways!XOXO,Danele Vaughn-Tucker