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Jumpers, Jumpsuits and Rompers: Don't Miss This Trend!

You may or may not have noticed, but one-pieces like overalls, jumpsuits, and rompers are EVERYWHERE right now. And for a totally good reason. How could you not fall in love with items like these that are low maintenance, extra cute and super easy to wear? Plus, a major benefit of these all-in-one pieces is you can slip them on and automatically have a whole look ready to go!

These super special pieces can be styled in all different ways, and depending on the fabric they can transition through every season as well. Regardless of your body type, this is a trend that everyone can get in on!

Since this look isn't going anywhere anytime soon, we thought it would be the perfect time to introduce you to some of our personal favorite one-pieces, and then drop some tips and tricks on exactly how to wear them. If you’re looking for something new and want to spice to your style, one-of-a-kind pieces like these are definitely the way to go! 

 

1. Bea Jumpsuit - $66

This is it. Our Bea Jumpsuit is sleek, for the chic city girl in all of us. This cropped jumpsuit has a wrap-back/tie-front bodice that makes it extra flattering on any body type. You'll also go crazy over the cutout detail at the back of the jumpsuit as well. We love this one for date nights and gallery openings, but you can also take it to the office with a lightweight cardigan on top!

 

2.  Simone Dress - $44

This super sweet corduroy overall dress is so much fun! It can truly go anywhere with you. Our Simone Dress includes a patch pocket, side pockets, adjustable straps, and a unique vibe that makes it unforgettable. Wear it over a tee and sneakers for a casual look, or up the ante with a cute silky blouse underneath and strappy heels for a fun night out. The limit is your imagination!

 

3. Remi Jumpsuit - $54

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Remi Jumpsuit truly has it all. With its wide legs and flattering flare sleeves, this jumpsuit is perfect for relaxed days, special events, and it can even join the ranks of your work wardrobe. Wear it with heels, booties or your favorite slip-on flats. The print and shapes exude boho vibes, but in a totally put together way that will keep you reaching for it again and again.

 

4. Aimee Jumpsuit in Olive

The comfort level of our Aimee Jumpsuit is truly what dreams are made of. This loose-fitting jumpsuit features a scoop neck, fun pockets, and a back cut-out detail for that extra something special. It's perfect for that easy, breezy girl on the go. Rock it with sandals and a hat for these last few days of summer, then transition into fall by layering a cardigan or kimono over it with some cute flats. Who said fashion couldn't be easy?

 

5. Kendall Romper in Rust - $42

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We couldn't make this list without drawing attention to our Kendall Romper. This piece is perfectly sweet, but chic all at the same time. The tribal print romper has cuffed sleeves, pockets, and a tie waist to help you shine in all the right ways. We love this piece for the dead heat of summer or under a denim jacket as fall weather closes in. 

  

6. Rylie Jumpsuit - $48

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Rylie Jumpsuit is the absolute perfect piece to wrap up your summer. This lightweight, scoop neck jumpsuit is totally comfortable and casual, and the drawstring waist and roomy pockets only add to its charm. We love this one for those last hot August days, and then we'll totally wear it with a cardigan or a jean jacket and some slip-on sneakers as we transition into fall. 

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What do you think about this trend, and which of these pieces are your favorites? Let us know in the comments! 

Abby Flynn
Abby Flynn

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Abby is a wife, mom, believer, lifestyle writer and lover of all things social media based out of Nashville, TN. She writes to inspire other women to GO FORTH AND CONQUER in regards to their dreams, purpose and calling. You can read more of her writing at www.abbyflynn.com



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