Transitioning Jumpsuits into Spring



I love jumpsuits! I wear them in every season, but spring is a great time to style them! You can layer them if it’s chilly, but then wear them plain when it’s warmer out. The cropped jumpsuit pant is also on trend, so pairing them with booties, sneakers, or heels is so easy!

My first look I paired this open jumpsuit with my new favorite lace layering top. This jumpsuit is perfect for spring because it’s made for layering! You can throw a light sweater, off the shoulder top, or a light layering top (like me) underneath this jumpsuit, and since it’s black it matches with everything! It can also be dressed up with heels and a fancier top, or dressed down, with a graphic tee and plain black booties.

This layering top also works great under blazers, with high rise jeans, under dresses, and of course, under jumpsuits. It comes in a lot of different colors and they just added some great spring colors, too!

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Jumpsuit: here and similar here | Top: here  | Sunnies: Ray Bans






My next look is super comfortable and I wear this so much to work! This jumpsuit has wide legs and is strapless, so it’s great to layer a light sweater over! I threw on this white turtleneck, but you could also throw on any sweater (maybe even an off the shoulder one!). I would stick to a cropped sweater over a jumpsuit so that the whole look isn’t too baggy.

I’m also super into mixing patterns this year, so I kept the snakeskin booties on! I love how it looks, but if you want something more subtle I’d say pair this look with white converse (or any sneakers) or plain black booties! I think the snakeskin goes good with anything and everything and they’re a great bootie to bring into spring!

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Jumpsuit: similar here and here| Sweater: here  and similar here

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