Building a sustainable wardrobe that you can make work for you is something that I talk about so often here, that you could probably say that I preach about it. Well, I decided to share a post that puts my words into action!
If you follow me on Instagram, then you have definitely seen the jumpsuit I am wearing in this post before (check it out here and here). This piece is a true wardrobe warrior! When I initially bought this jumpsuit, I knew that it would be a piece that I would break out in more than just the summer! Now that the weather is getting colder, I am continuing to wear this jumpsuit, but I am just incorporating other pieces into each look, so that it is seasonally appropriate.
For this look, I put a sweater on top and added a belt to give me some definition at the waist. Being that this is a flowy jumpsuit, you kind of need a belt in order pull the look together. This brings me to another example of how you can wear the same outfit, but make it look different each time. Every time you wear a different belt, you could essentially be wearing a different look. By changing up your shoes and other accessories, you could have so many different options to work with that are all based around one central piece, but that can look entirely different.
Some other examples of how you could wear this jumpsuit but make it into a different look:
- Layer a turtleneck underneath when it is cold!
- Throw a leather jacket over top with some booties for a going out look!
- Wear some OTK boots with it as a way to get some added warmth, while looking very chic!
How would you incorporate different pieces with this jumpsuit to create a different look?? Leave a comment below and let me know!
Shop This Look
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The jumpsuit I am wearing I bought over the summer and is sadly no longer available. Not to worry though, because I have linked three jumpsuits from the same brand, Lou and Grey, below! Lou and Grey legit makes the most comfortable clothing, so you really can't go wrong with any of the below!
In case it is too cold for open toed shoes (like here in Boston!), I have also linked a closed toe version of a mule below!
All content created by Mackenzie Lee of Six Feet In Heels. All photography by Emily Luongo.