How to Wear a Jumpsuit
Move over dresses, you're not the only quick n' easy outfit in a chic mom's closet! Jumpsuits one of my favorite mommy must-haves because they're one piece that can give you an instant put-togeher look. I also love them for their easy access feature which is super helpful for nursing mamas.
Strutting out the door with the right extras isn't always a no-brainer. To help combat jumpsuit-wearers block, check out my three tips for rocking a jumpsuit. Also look for this week's outfit of the week post on Friday to see how I styled L.A.M.B.'s denim jumpsuit.
DRESS FOR THE OCCASION
A mom has so many places to be and so little time, which is a big reason why a jumpsuit is the perfect piece to get me from errands to date night. When dropping the kids off at school, going to the grocery or going on playdates, throw on sandals or loafers and a belt. Then, when you go out that night, add heels and a blazer. In about a minute you can be ready for a dinner party or date night just by swapping out a few fun extras.
Sometimes jumpsuits need a little something extra to make the whole look pop. My favorite thing to do, especially if there isn't a drawstring tie at the waist, is to add a belt. It cinches your waist and defines your shape more. However, if you want a more relaxed feel, add some chunky bangles or a fun hair piece.
No matter the occasion, a sweater, blazer or jacket will completely change the outfit to fit your need. I love a structured jacket or blazer to make a look more sharp and professional. When I'm aiming for a more laid-back look, I opt for a cardigan or sweater.
Another great thing about onesies, they aren't just for mommies either! Have some fun with your little one in these baby jumpsuits designed by Corey just for BURU!
What's even more fun? You can match your little one in one of these outfits designed by Corey for BURU too!
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