We’re back with some more outfits ideas! So far, we’ve looked at LBD outfits, T-shirt outfits, and Maxi-dress outfits. But the one I’ve spent the longest to work on is the ever popular Jumpsuit Outfit. Why have I taken my time on this you may ask? Up until this past year, I’d never owned a jumpsuit or romper. I’ve done a few shoots using them, but they were never something in my own closet. I found them especially challenging to integrate in my daily-wear. Mostly because I thought with my petite frame, I’d look too child-like. Not to mention having a longer torso means an added challenge of finding something …comfortable.
I ended up finding two jumpsuits that I was surprisingly impressed by. And not just because they both have pockets!
One has a casual, summer vibe with spaghetti straps, a straight neck top, cropped legs, and a high waist. The other gives off a more formal vibe, with flowy legs, a deep V sleeveless top, and accent belt. For this jumpsuit, I like to tie the sash around the back to create a more defined waist for myself.
Both of these jumpsuits on their own give off a very different style. So I decided to double the fun and create looks inspired by each!
For both casual looks, I paired the jumpsuits with a t-shirt, black shoes, and a graphic bag.
With the more casual jumpsuit, a simple striped t-shirt and Vans created an almost skater chic look. The skater shoes and Vans bag helped with that as well!
The more formal jumpsuit was paired with a peasant sleeve t-shirt, some ballet flats, and stacked bracelets. I think it gives off a weekend, “Wanna grab another coffee?” vibe.
For a business look, I used some of the same accessories for both outfits. A simple pendant necklace, matching stud earrings, and a black clutch.
To maintain the more casual business vibe, I opted for a polka-dot, cap sleeve blouse over this jumpsuit. Some pointed ballet flats bring everything together for a cute office look.
For a formal business look, I dressed up this jumpsuit with a fitted blazer. This particular blazer also sports a deep V for added drama. And some low heeled oxfords added a hint of retro vibes.
With both fashion forward styles, I opted for a pair of blacks heels, black purse, and a tight updo.
This fashion forward casual outfit is one of my personal favorites. A light floral kimono adds just a bit of color and a lot of elegance to such a simple look.
For a fashion forward formal outfit, I opted for a fitted quilted jacket to bring out some runway vibes. However, a leather jacket would also make this a fierce look!
To create a bohemian look, I paired each outfit with an oversized hat, statement pendant, and pair of boots.
Because the casual jumpsuit has a cropped leg, I opted to tuck the leg into some brown knee high boots. And to keep with neutral tones, I tossed on a camel colored mesh poncho.
The formal jumpsuit was paired with black ankle boots, and a lightweight green button up. I decided to tie it at the waist instead of using the jumpsuit sash when defining my waist here.
Because both jumpsuits are black, it’s easy to add some pattern and/or color in to make them pop! I went with a bold yellow purse and red flats for both looks.
For the casual jumpsuit, I tied a cropped kimono with bright red, green, and pink floral patterns over the top. This look gave off some cute Spring vibes for me!
The formal jumpsuit got a splash of color from a red floral blouse. I decided to wear the blouse underneath the jumpsuit so only the sleeves and collar showed. The blouse I chose has tiny red and yellow flowers patterned on it. I felt the red shoes and yellow bag were especially great accent pieces that tied it all together!
I found the Cozy outfit the most challenging look to create. Typically when I think of jumpsuits, I think of wearing them in warmer weather. But my goal is to wear all of my base items at any point during the year. Luckily, layering is a great option for making the most out of your base pieces! For both styles I went with some cozy sweaters and my convertible camera bag, because it too is multilayered!
This cozy styling for the casual jumpsuit is more of a Fall vs Winter look since the legs are cropped. But with an oversized cream sweater and matching Toms, it makes for a fashionable cozy look. I’m ready to curl up just looking at it!
My last outfit is this layered formal jumpsuit. Topped with a fitted ribbed sweater, and some lined boots for a warm cozy style. All that’s missing a knitted beanie and scarf!
I’m pleased to say that I’m impressed with both of my jumpsuits. Not only do they each create a wonderful outfit base, they each look quite chic as is. I now think having a simple jumpsuit in your closet can add great diversity to your wardrobe!
Do you have a jumpsuit preference? Which outfit was your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!