You’ve got to love a jumpsuit. Its the easiest thing to wear (well, apart from if youre rushing to the loo!).
A patterned version can be slightly unflattering if you are curvy so I pick ones that pull in at the waist or wear a belt with them.
I also like this one as its buttoned up so you can wear it shirt-like or undone with a vest or t-shirt underneath as I have today.
I am wearing a Primark ‘pyjama’ style jumpsuit in size 12. I have had to shorten it (being 5’2″ is such fun) but apart from that it is as bought. Underneath I have a white t-shirt and have co-ordinated it with white shoes. If it was evening, heels would look great but this is a working/running around after kids day!
You’ll probably see me in quite a few jumpsuits over the summer so keep an eye on my blog. Do you love romping around in them too?
Jumpsuit – Primark
T-shirt – South at Very.co.uk
Shoes – 915 at New Look
I’ve been blogging about my favourite pieces from the M&Co. summer 2015 range and today is the turn of their rainbow print blouse priced at £29.
I LOVE this top! The print is perfect, it has a cute slip underneath and is light and floaty. It is cut to be slightly longer at the back and has button details at the sleeves. I am wearing a size 10 and I’d say its average sizing.
I’ve made a slight change to the fit of this blouse as it had a small stitch at the bust line holding the front more tightly together. Being a bit busty, this wasnt flattering on me so I undid it so the top wraps accross my front (and ample bosom) freely.
I am wearing it with a simple gold necklace, skinny jeans and yellow wedge shoes. Perfect for the sunny, yet not hot yet weather. I just know this blouse is going to become one of my favourites, after all who doesnt love a rainbow?
Blouse – M&Co.
Necklace – Primark
Jeans – Dorothy Perkins
Shoes – Store TwentyOne
Find my other M&Co blogs here and here.
Wearing a strong pattern can be a bit of a challenge. I have a great pair of trousers from Matalan but although I love them I sometimes struggle to style them.
So how do you style a pair of very strongly patterned statement tousers?
The key is if you go patterned on the bottom keep it plain on the top. The shape of these trousers is a cigarette pant shape – slim fitting with a flat waistband. A very 1960’s inspired look.
I co-ordinated the trousers with a cobalt blue shirt and jumper combo plus nude pointy flats for a bit of glamour.
I carried on the slightly 60s vibe with full hair and blue eye make-up.
So would you go for a crazy pattern on your legs like me?
Blouse – Primark
Jumper – BHS
Trousers – Matalan
Shoes – Dorothy Perkins
Todays mini blog capturing my head and feet look via Instagram photos. Follow my daily Instagram’s here.
Todays top look
Gilet – Sheinside
Polo neck – Select
Necklace – Primark
Todays tail look
Skirt – Primark
Boots – Store21