I love jumpsuits. I really do. Even in the summer. One and done. You don’t have to put much thought into it at all. Just throw it on, add a few accessories, some cute sandals and you are out the door. Therefore I am stocking up for summer. I already own a few solid colored jumpsuits, but I’m looking to add a floral one, a chambray or denim one (not overalls because those are for children) and one that’s cropped to my collection. So as usual I have turned my online shopping excursion into a post. I figure you can never have enough jumpsuits so why not get a few for yourself? I found 15 summer jumpsuits under 150 dollars. I know I plan on making them my summer wardrobe staple.
Any woman with any shape over the age of 40 can wear a jumpsuit. Think of it as a dress replacement that’s a little more trendy. After your mid -40’s you may no longer feel comfortable in shorts (I know I don’t) and jeans can be a little heavy (even cropped ones) on a hot day. Enter the jumpsuit.
How To Wear a Jumpsuit When You’re Over 40
You just need to know your figure flaws (hide those) and your killer attributes (flaunt those). If your arms are still in great shape try a tank style, halter or off the shoulder (notice I don’t show any bare shoulder because I still ABHOR the look. Sorry.). If your stomach isn’t as flat as it used to be try a wrap style or a jumpsuit that ties at the waist to give you definition. If your thighs are not as slim as they were last summer (hey, it was a long winter) try a wide cut leg. If you think a long style is too much favbric try a cropped jumpsuit which is a welcome update on the trend this season. It will show off your shoes really well so make sure those are on point too (sandals, mules and espadrilles are always a safe bet).
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15 Summer Jumpsuits Under $150 Perfect For Women Over 40
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