In partnership with Lauren Ralph Lauren
It’s no secret that I love jumpsuits. I’ve talked about them probably more than you want to hear, and I always speak to how versatile they are.
Obviously, this jumpsuit from Lauren Ralph Lauren is no different. I decided to do something a little different for this post and show how to style a jumpsuit two ways. First, I styled it for a daytime brunch look, and then dressed it up for date night.
This has to be one of the most comfortable jumpsuits that I own. It has viscose so it’s super soft and perfect to wear all day in the summer. I wore it the other day and a lady in the elevator with me commented on how comfortable it looked. I mean, if she could see that standing from the other side of the car then I don’t think I have to sell you any more on this.
My favorite detail of this jumpsuit is the pockets. They are mesh and give the piece a slightly sporty vibe – think sportswear-inspired but still luxe. You’ll notice it has a slightly loose but not sloppy top and tailored legs, so it’s still sleek.
For daytime, I love pairing this Lauren Ralph Lauren jumpsuit with sneakers if I’m running errands. If I’m going out to brunch, I’ll throw on a pair of comfy block heels like the ones here for a more elevated look.
During the day, I like carrying a bigger purse like this drawstring tote because I can get away with sticking things in there I pick up throughout the day. It’s big enough to hold all-day essentials like a water bottle but small enough where I can still find everything without dumping out all contents onto my car’s seat.
For nighttime, this jumpsuit is really easy to dress up. Just add some jewelry and switch out your daytime bag for a clutch. Finally, add some heels like these ankle-tie shoes and you’re good to go! Right now it’s so hot to think of any type of jacket, but once the nighttime cools off a bit this would look killer with a leather one.
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I love the idea of any piece that can go from day to night because I’m really lazy and hate changing. Let’s also be honest, how easy is it to come home after work and change out of your clothing, only to end up in PJs? If I can skip that part and just go straight to whatever event I’m going to at night, then that’s ideal for me.