Opening Ceremony Jumpsuit

I am pretty sure I have expressed my jumpsuit love with you guys before, but that love is still going strong ((insert heart eyes emoji here))! What's not to love about wearing ONE single garment, yet still pulling off a pretty fabulous outfit + making a bold fashion statement?! Jumpsuits are such an easy go-to when you're in need of something nice to wear for a special occasion, but you're sick of wearing all your usual LBDs. I own several different jumpsuits in different colors + silhouettes, and have been able to wear them to things like weddings, rehearsal dinners, date nights, blogger events, and birthday parties... The possibilities are endless! :)

As most of you already know, I work as a fit model for multiple brands in NYC-- one of which is Opening Ceremony. I have been fitting with OC for over 3 years now, and it has been so much fun! They are always ahead of the fashion game and create some pretty unique pieces. When we first started fitting this jumpsuit several months ago, I knew I had to purchase it when it came to stores! One major thing that I love about this jumpsuit in particular is the fact that it was made in stretch-crepe fabric so it is actually extremely comfortable ((there is nothing worse than an ill-fitting jumpsuit-- can I get an amen!)). It also has so many great details-- from the stitching and oversized button on the waistline, the v-neckline with an adjustable halter strap, and the cropped fit of the pants ending in open slits. This jumpsuit is definitely a stand alone type of garment, but I also brought my favorite bomber just in case I got cold. You can never go wrong by adding a bomber to your look... It also helped to keep me looking on the more casual side, along with wearing these flat loafers. I wanted to add a pop of color to my outfit, so I carried my TopShop printed crossbody bag and wore a bold lip. 

How do you feel about wearing jumpsuits?! Have you ever tried to use a public bathroom while wearing one? Good times... ;)

Xo- Tara


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