Recently I’ve been seeing jumpsuits everywhere from on television to in stores. Jumpsuits in black are quickly gaining popularity and are becoming the new must have alternative to the LBD ( little black dress).
Jumpsuits come in various colours, styles and fabrics so there is always something for everyone.
Luckily for me I found this particular one in the back of my closet, which I purchased years ago.
I then paired this plain black jumpsuit with this vintage gold sequin blazer, however it can be paired with many other different items.
As part of my no shopping challenge for the month of March, I’ve been forced to utilize what I already own. I will be honest, I have not been able to completely curve my habit of shopping, but I have generally been doing well with not buying.
Want to be able to shop your own closet successfully?
Here are three general tips to shop your closet:
1. Know what you have: that means regular closet cleaning and organizing
2. Invest in more classic and basic items that never go out of style and make sure to take good care of them so you have them longer (example of basic pieces :white button-up, a great fitting pair of jeans)
3. Be creative
|Photos by Clover D|
I also want to thank all of you who read and support the blog. Thank You!
Secondly, I wanted to introduce and thank my new contributor to the Sincerely Miss J blog, Shubila Khonga. Lastly, I wanted to thank my little sister, Cover who does all the photos and the graphics on the blog. You all will meet these wonderful ladies really soon and together we are hoping to bring you more amazing content.
Hope you enjoyed the post and I hope I inspired you to try something different during your next night out
Sincerely Miss J
Would you ever consider wearing a jumpsuit instead of a dress to an event?
Blazer: Thrifted (vintage)// Jumpsuit: ? but other options here and here, Belt: dynamite // Shoes: Zara ( old)
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i love the jacket you used for this outfit, lovely shoes alsohttp://melodyjacob1.blogspot.com/
Thank you Melody. One can always find great vintage pieces at their local thrift store.
You look gourgeous!! Like it :)snoopandsparkle.blogspot.it
Thank you Sabrina.xoxo
Like the way you pulled this look off! The embellished statement jacket paired with gold heel sandals, metallic belt, earrings discretely adding color and texture to Glam up the jumpsuit and still kept it minimalistic … Genius! ;)I own three jumpsuits (suspender type) would purchase more, but … they can be somewhat awkward in public restrooms! o.O I'm not a blogger but know how demanding it is, Smart move having your Sister as your Photographer and adding another Contributor should relieve the pressure making it easier to keep things Fresh and Fun for each of you! Intelligent move!Thanks for sharing! Job Well Done! Have an Awesome Day/Weekend! 🙂
Cheri, thank you for your uplifting comments! I agree they are a challenge when it comes to public restrooms. The things we do for fashion :)Stay blessed and thank you for your support.
I love the texture of your jump suit. The jacket is beautiful with all it's detail.http://www.chimerenicole.com/2015/03/color-mix-up.html
Thanks chimere, glad I decided to keep it!
I love your jumpsuit! i think i might need to go out and buy one like this, i have a few different styles of jumpsuits but none like this one! I Also love your Jacket!! Just Another Girl xxxhttp://heyjustanothergirlonline.blogspot.com.au/
Thanks hun! If you do get it, share your look with us. Would love to see how you style it :)If you also have a post on the other jumpsuits share it below.
Great post dear, love your jumpsuit 🙂 xoxoNEW POSThttp://katycolorfulfreak.blogspot.com/2015/03/mickey-mouse-and-tartan.html
Thanks Katarina. Let me know your favorite ways to style a jumpsuit. Always looking for inspiration from fellow bloggers.
It's such a fantastic outfit! I love the addition of sparkle here and there, very glamorous and reminds me of the 1970s and studio 54 at their best. I think the idea of rewiring is a great one – I am not a frequent shopper and do follow similar "rules" when it comes to digging into my own wardrobe. I think it's something you learn over time – to be very selective when picking new things, but then enjoying them more because they really spoke to you in the first place. x
Hi Natalie! Thanks for your comment. When I think of the 1970s I picture vibrant colors, bold patterns partnered with spunky attitude :)What are your "rules". Would love to learn about them if you are open to sharing.
I want the jacket!! pretty lookfashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com
Buiti! If I ever come across another one I will be sure to grab it for you :)Promise!
lovely… that blazer/jacket is cute!
Cheryl, thanks hun!What is your email address?
Awesome outfit- you look super stylish. I love the texture of your jump suit. The jacket is beautiful with all it's detail.
Thank you 🙂
Loving your pictures and the brilliant way you have put your story across – you're an inspiration and I am following your journey – awesome work!
Thank you Ben