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October 24, 2016

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Style | Jumpsuit Layering

A Daily Something | Style - Jumpsuit Layering A Daily Something | Style - Jumpsuit Layering A Daily Something | Style - Jumpsuit Layering A Daily Something | Style - Jumpsuit Layering A Daily Something | Style - Jumpsuit Layering A Daily Something | Style - Jumpsuit Layering A Daily Something | Style - Jumpsuit Layering A Daily Something | Style - Jumpsuit LayeringI’ve had this Madewell jumpsuit for a little over a year, but I’ve only just figured out how to wear it, and I’ve fallen in love with it for the first time. I never felt comfortable wearing it, provably because it’s sleeveless, which always felt a little awkward. AND I always felt it was a little long for me, which resulted in lots of baggy…this isn’t usually a problem for me, but because I didn’t feel comfortable in it, the jumpsuit was pushed to the back of my closet. I was trolling instagram a few weeks ago, as I so love to do, and saw a sleeveless jumpsuit layered with a long sleeved t-shirt. Something clicked and I was determined to try it.

I’ve worn this combo a few times since first experimenting. The long sleeved t-shirt solves my awkward sleeveless jumpsuit problem, especially now that the weather’s decided to officially be fall. I love the layered look, especially with this Who What Wear for Target cream vest. Layering loose fitting items is my jam, and I love being able to transition clothing pieces into fall and winter by simply adding layers. I need to add a few long-sleeved t-shirts to my wardrobe now. Where’s your favorite long-sleeved t-shirt from? My criteria are it must not shrink, it must be comfy, and it must not get stretched out!

Outfit Details
Necklace : Kichecko
Jumpsuit : Madewell (no longer available)
Black t-shirt : Gap (similar)
Vest : Who What Wear for Target (no longer available)
Mules : Target (similar)

Photos for a recent campaign by Kicheko; check out her stunning pieces!

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