Outer layer: Cotton On. Nude sweater. Skinny jeans: F21. Wedges: unbranded. Earrings: online. Necklaces: Warna. Purse: Les Catino.
Speaking of casual clothing, I was contacted by http://www.very.co.uk/ to write a sponsored post about their jumpsuit a.k.a romper products. At first I hesitated since rompers or jumpsuit or playsuit remind me of baby clothing! But then I browsed through their site and changed my mind. I never realized that jumpsuit could be so versatile, and feminine, too! Take a look at these...
For walking along the beach in the summer.
For casual days.
For evenings out.
Here's an article they sent me about the advantages and disadvantages of jumpsuits.
The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Jumpsuits
Jumpsuits – you either love them or you hate them. But whatever your feelings are about jumpsuits, we cannot deny that this funky item of clothing has really rocked the world of fashion recently.
Having been dubbed as this year’s alternative to dresses, jumpsuits – which are sometimes referred to as playsuits – are becoming an essential part of the summer wardrobe for more and more people.
If you are deliberating whether or not to plunge for this daring and ultra-trendy one-piece garment then you may want to check out the following advantages and disadvantages of jumpsuits.
An Easy Outfit Option
One major advantage of playsuits is that, because they are made of one piece of material like a dress, you don’t have to worry about matching clothes as you do with skirts and tops or trousers and tops.
Flattering and Slimming
Perhaps the biggest advantage of jumpsuits is that they are flattering to almost every body shape, and not only this but they are actually slimming as well.
In possessing an unbroken line from the neck towards to the feet, jumpsuits can give a slimming impression and, not only this, they can also hide a multitude of bulges, cellulite and other body sins on their journey from the neck downwards.
From women with pear-shaped figures who don’t like to emphasise the bottom, to plus-size women who like to cover up, jumpsuits make a stylish and flattering option of clothing for almost all body types.
In being a continuous piece of fabric, jumpsuits are usually extremely comfortable to wear and not only this but they can be put on and removed very quickly.
Whether you want a casual day walking around a market or a late night clubbing, jumpsuits can cater for multiple occasions. Simply dress this funky garment down with a pair of sandals, flip-flops or other flats, or dress it up with a pair of killer heels: the choice is yours!
One of the only disadvantages of the jumpsuit is that practicality can be comprised at times – such as when the need to take a trip to the ladies’ is urgent.
When we buy skirts, jeans, trousers and tops we can mix and match these items so that we find the best fit. Jumpsuits on the other hand have to fit the whole body and can therefore be restrictive for women with less proportionate bodies.