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Closet Must Haves: 10 Spring Jumpsuits For Women

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Faux Wrap Wide Leg Jumpsuit

A surplice bodice is incredibly flattering on this wide-legged jersey jumpsuit that’s equally appropriate for the office or parties.

Available Colors:

  • Black
  • Navy
  • Strawberry

Moment For Life Halter Jumpsuit

A high mock-neck collar balances the open back of a wide-leg jumpsuit with minimalist chic.

Available Colors:

  • Dusty Rose
  • Black
  • Cobalt
  • Hunter Green
  • Lavender
  • Red
  • Wine

Kay Unger Jumpsuit Gown

Make an unexpected and unforgettable entrance in this jumpsuit with a full-length skirt wrapping the sides and back, leaving an open front for showing off your fabulous footwear and a duster-inspired wake with every stride you take.

Available Colors:

  • Blush
  • Sapphire

Cascading Tie Jumpsuit

The lovely drape of crepe is strikingly accented by a diagonal sweep of chiffon from one shoulder that intersects the ruched waistband and then cascades down the full length of this event-ready jumpsuit.

Available Colors:

  • Blush
  • Ivory
  • Navy

Convertible Wide Leg Jersey Jumpsuit

A silky matte-jersey jumpsuit with dramatically billowed legs lets any bridesmaid or partygoer change up her look, thanks to a pleated surplice bodice with long tails to twist, halter-tie or wrap over the shoulders in a variety of ways. An open back adds to the flirt factor.

Available Colors:

  • Aubergine
  • Black
  • Blush
  • Estate Blue

Cutout Jumpsuit

Give yourself an alternative to the LBD in this equally versatile ponte-knit jumpsuit.

Available Colors:

  • Black
  • Navy
  • Red

Meredith Crepe Off The Shoulder Jumpsuit

Constructed from crepe for ideal drape and texture, this off-the-shoulder jumpsuit is as easy a one-and-done style as you’re ever going to wear.

Strapless Jumpsuit

Stylish and sassy, this strapless jumpsuit features an array of lace patterns to subtly accent the effortless look.

Available Colors:

  • Black
  • Blush

Blouson Chiffon Jumpsuit

Pleats radiate from the halter neck, accentuating the blouson bodice of this semi-sheer jumpsuit designed with a gathered waist and slightly flared legs.

Available Colors:

  • Black
  • Teal

Faux Wrap Jumpsuit

This wide-leg jumpsuit is topped with a wrap-style bodice, fashionably tied at one side to provide a figure-defining fit.

Available Color:

  • Mauve
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5 Thrift Store Shopping Tips

Shopping at a thrift store or in short “thrifting” is not for everybody. Some people don’t even wanna hear the word “thrift store”. Some people loves it. I’m one of those people who love thrift stores. Every time I shops at a thrift store I always get out with a very big smile, and always proud with the stuff I found. Just don’t be afraid to dig and get your hands dusty/dirty.

Below, I’m gonna share with you my shopping tips before I go to any thrift store.

Casual chic style fashion.
Wearing a leather vest I found at Goodwill for $2.00
Chic style fashion
Ain’t this vest so cute?

START WITH A PLAN

Don’t just go to a thrift store or even in any other store without a plan. Think about what you want to look for. Be specific and write it down. I have to write down stuff all the time otherwise I forget. Yes, I’m that forgetful (sounds awful right?). One of my biggest for writing down what I want is to have a guide also. I love vintage stuff. Honestly, they’re like candies to me. But having a guide or note I can actually focus and prioritize what’s on my list.

BE READY TO GET YOUR HANDS DUSTY/DIRTY

To those who hasn’t been to a thrift store, get ready. Sometimes the dust can be overwhelming. Some thrift stores ain’t that dusty, but some are, just saying. If you’re not willing to get your hands dusty or dirty, then you should stick to shopping at the mall or a boutique.

TAKE YOUR TIME

Thrift store can be overwhelming. I spend an hour or two every time I’m thrifting. So, before you even go thrifting, make sure that you have plenty of time to spare for it. No need to rush, there’s no fun thrifting if you’re rushing. You might miss a diamond somewhere because you’re rushing and don’t wanna look around, hahaha. There’s plenty of great stuff or great deals at any thrift store that’s worth checking out. Time, time, time….because baby, all you need is time.

CHECK YOUR PICKS

Once you found the stuff from your list don’t get too excited. One thing you should do first before you even check out is to check your items. Make sure there’s no holes, ripped stitches, or stains. Ripped stitches ain’t that bad if you can sew then great! I can’t stand stains so I always check my picks not just once just to be sure.

ALWAYS THANK THE PERSON AT THE REGISTER WHEN CHECKING OUT

Before leaving the store, always thank the person at the register with the great deals you have found. Everyone loves to hear that. It lighten up someone’s day.

My Thrift Store Finds This Week

Spring-summer weave handbag.
Weave handbag for $1.50
Ready for spring.
This bag is pretty, perfect for springtime to summer!
Jewelry organizer.
A Trifold Jewelry Organizer for 0.75 cents.
Drop earrings.
One side is for earrings. I made most of my earrings myself.
Drop earrings.
I made some of these earrings.
The other side is for bracelets.
The middle part is for the necklaces.

Now, if you’re planning to go thrifting take your time and have fun!

LOVE, ESTER