Jumpsuits are one of my top summer staples. Not only are they ultra comfy, the right ones can be dressed up for any occasion– from work to weddings. Equally important, though, is that they can be dressed down for casual meet-ups and, in my case, strolls through our local botanical garden with the pups. Honestly, it all depends on the style, which is why I had to share this versatile navy jumpsuit with y’all in today’s post. It’s one of my favorite Amazon fashion finds of all time. It’s the perfect length for anyone of average height, and the material is super light and breathable. Oh, and it’s got just the right amount of stretch. I’m showing how to wear a jumpsuit casually in today’s post, but you could totally pop on a blazer and some closed-toe heels for work or dressier events, too.
Before diving in, you should know that I’m one of those girls who always thought she couldn’t pull off jumpsuits. Fortunately, I’ve found some styles that actually work for my body type, and I’m now a full-blown jumpsuit advocate. In my experience, the answer to how to wear a jumpsuit casually starts with the right shoes and accessories. When I’m going casual– and when the jumpsuit is a bit long, the best shoes to wear with a jumpsuit are either flat or wedge espadrilles (like these). They’re uber comfy, and the open-toe platform style gives me the height of a fancy heel without the dressiness. I also love throwing on a long necklace (like this one) to give my look more of a relaxed boho flare. Head down to the bottom of this post for full outfit details!
Another one of my favorite Amazon purchases of all time? This Louis Vuitton Neverfull dupe bag! It took a hot minute to ship, but it was well worth the wait. For more of the best designer dupe bags on Amazon, check out this post and this post.
I’m thinking of ordering this navy jumpsuit in red and black, too. What do y’all think?
Thanks so much for reading, y’all! Hope this post helps if you’re ever unsure how to style a navy jumpsuit. Have a wonderful rest of your week!
Photography by Catherine Rhodes.