Look #2 from my collaboration with Anthropologie – Baltimore is this killer Verano jumpsuit. You know I LOVE a good jumpsuit, and I couldn’t resist this bad boy when I saw it in the Harbor East store. Not only is the color to-die-for (olive is personally one of my favorite shades because it compliments my coloring + hair rather well,) but the style is sleek and sexy.
I’ve preached time and time before (see this post, and this one) that jumpsuits are not just for the 5’9, size 2 women of the world. No matter your size and shape, there is a jumpsuit out there to compliment your body type and wallet. I am 5’4, size 8, with a 36C bust (not your stereotypical model type); and this jumpsuit makes me feel sexier than 95% of anything else I’ve ever put on my body because it hits me in all the right places. These jumpsuits exist, you just have to look for them!
I’ve tried on hundreds of jumpsuits, but I only own about 5 because it takes me awhile to find one that flatters my body type (finding a piece that fits well takes time, as with many other articles of clothing.) They’re such a chic item, that I can’t help but love them.
That being said, this flattering number from Anthropologie Baltimore is what jumpsuit dreams are made of. As I mentioned in my Outfit 1 post from this Anthro Baltimore collab, the off-the-shoulder trend is strong this year. If you’re loving it, and even if you aren’t, this jumpsuit is for you.
The elastic shoulder can be styled two ways — below, I styled it “off the shoulder” to leave an open neckline. The tapered legs hit me perfectly (if you’re taller than 5’4, the legs will have a more ‘cropped’ look.) I felt that the clean structure of the pants called for a equally, simple pair of shoes – I went with my favorite Circus by Sam Edelman, black pumps with pointed + studded toes. I pulled my hair back into a half pony to give the outfit a sleek look and accented the openness of my top half with a thin, black choker from Urban Outfitters. This outfit is channeling allllll the bad bitches and boss babes out there – it’s perfect for any event or Saturday date night.
If you’re not a fan of “off-the-shoulder”, the elastic shoulder strap can easily be worn to make an asymmetrical “one shoulder” look. For this style, the attention is already up around the neckline – therefore I removed the choker because I felt it made the outfit look too ‘cluttered’. I think a pair of simple + understated, metallic drop earrings would pair perfectly with this look, helping to add a little softness to the look (if the bad bitch vibes aren’t totally your thing.)
What do you think of the look? Like it? Love it? Would’ve styled it differently? Tell me in the comments below!
Next up: Outfit 3 from StylishlyTaylored x Anthropologie Baltimore Spring 2017 Collaboration!
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Until next time, keep it stylish.