A jumpsuit is my favorite alternative to a dress. It’s simple, streamlined and easy to put an outfit together. They pack nicely for traveling and you can dress them up or down with jackets, accessories and shoes. The one featured here is from Tibi and I can’t speak highly enough about this beautiful brand. Tibi makes clothing that are classic and modern with feminine shapes and details. I love how this particular jumpsuit has ruffles on the pants and a delicate halter neckline. It’s such a showstopper and I really enjoyed featuring the hard work I’ve put into toning through yoga over the past few months.
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I found this one was of my favorite vacation outfits over Spring Break. I’m putting together a complete outfit round up for you guys for Friday’s 5 on Friday post so you can have a guide for a resort wear inspiration if you are heading to the beach over the next few months. A pink jumpsuit is at the top of my list for resort wear. Although the one I’m featuring is on the more expensive side, I rounded up so many options above starting as low as $12. You can find great style at any price, but sometimes it takes a little searching! If you would like to invest a little more, check out this BCBG version or this one from Elisabetti Franchi a designer I keep gravitating toward. I also really love this Ulla Johnson version in a more muted blush tone.
To keep your jumpsuit from looking frumpy, consider one with a belted waist or fitted waistline. Especially if you are on the petite side! It makes such a difference on the overall structure of your jumpsuit when it ties at the waist. I decided to add a few accessories in the same tones like a pair of beaded drop earrings and my favorite blush ruffle clutch from Sole Society. You can also dress this up with metallic gold heels for a dinner date or down like I did here with simple ballet flats.
Since the jumpsuit makes such a statement with so much volume, I did my hair up in a sleek low bun. When you are wearing dramatic pieces, it’s nice to keep some of your outfit simple. Don’t over accessorize and choose a hairstyle that makes sense. Since one of the features of this jumpsuit is the delicate neckline I wanted my hair up and off my shoulders so you could see the entire outfit.
These photographs were taken on the Galveston Sea Wall by the Pleasure Pier. I’m going to share more about the Pleasure Pier in an upcoming post, but it’s a fun attraction for kids! Basically, it’s a mini theme park built on a pier! You can ride the ferris wheel for an aerial view. You can also get a little rush from the rollercoaster and log flume if that suits you! All in all, it’s a fun family activity for all ages!