Photos by Dominika from Fashion Philosophy
Jumpsuit : iClothing.com (similar here here and here) | Kimono: eBay (similar here and here) | Belt: Moschino | Heels: Penneys/Primark (similar here and here) | Pouch-bag: ASOS | Watch: Michael Kors (similar here, here and here) | Necklace: MyNameNecklace.ie
I ignored jumpsuits for the longest time, for fear that they might be uncomfortable or too “fussy” an item to wear, and oh, how wrong I was. Having only begun to appreciate them recently, I have to admit I’ve become a little obsessed with the humble jumpsuit. They are actually extremely comfortable, and depending on the style you choose, they can be really well tailored too! This monochrome one is from iClothing.com, (the brand I currently work as lead stylist for) and the loose, comfortable fit makes it a dream to wear. It also has pockets! I’m a firm believer that when it comes to clothing, pockets make everything better. iClothing have a fantastic range of jumpsuits at the moment, and they’re always extremely affordable too. I also have my eye on this wide legged style from Topshop, and this gorgeous berry one from Jessica Buurman.
I broke up the black and white look with my Moschino belt, which is so handy for throwing on over dresses and trousers to add definition at the waist. Im usually not one for obvious branding on items, but I think the big gold Moschino lettering is just the right side of tacky, and I love the way it looks thrown on over simple pieces. Its definitely a worthwhile investment, especially given that Moschino haven’t changed this style of belt much through the seasons, it’s a classic piece that you’ll get lots of wear out of. You can get the classic style here, but I also love this white one and this fun red one.
I hope you’ve al had a wonderful Bank Holiday weekend! I actually ended up going to Forbidden Fruit with some friends, it was one of those unexpected weekends that turned out to be absolutely magic. You can see some snaps of it on my facebook and Instagram. I’m so excited for the Summer now, roll on festival season!