River Island Jumpsuit (also available here and here) | Lipsy Cardigan (similar here, here and here) | Zara Bag (similar here and here) | Vintage Mules (similar options here, here, here, here and a beautiful beige version here) | Zara Hat similar here, here and here)
One Sunday, some weeks ago, we wanted to go for a walk and thought we’d get a jump on other people by starting at the crack of dawn. It turned out to be a lucky strike. The jumping-off point of our walk was a pedestrian bridge, the dewy handshake of two banks over a flat river reflecting a peaceful sky. We jumped for joy at the sight of the perfect embrace of up and down in the glimmering morning light.
The appropriate outfit for my jumping mood, of course, was the new jumpsuit I had ordered sometime before. With its special funnel neckline and culottes-style legs, it looks quite different from any jumpsuit I’ve ever worn before, so it was quite a jump in the deep end: I adored the design but had no idea how it would look on me. However, I ended up loving it. It has such a unique design and fabric and in addition, the slim fit and waist belt make it super elegant. I paired it with a striped longline cardigan in a cozy knit, the perfect garment to jump into fall (especially for stripe-addicts like me), and some midnight blue accessories: a wool hat, leather messenger bag (previously worn here, here and here) and mules (previously worn here and here). For those living in chillier weather conditions and looking to stay a jump ahead of the cold, I’d recommend to opt for ankle boots instead.
But enough with all that jumping crap, or you will call me Jumpty Dumpty. Or hold on a second: allow me just one more idiom for the road: have you guys jumped on the jumpsuit bandwagon yet?
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