I am a huge fan of a jumpsuit.  They are just easy!

Over the past few years the jumpsuit has become somewhat of a staple of my wardrobe.   Worn with blazers for work or harness bras for the evening, I have favoured a jumpsuit when travelling and for swanky weddings.

They are the ultimate in easy dressing, an item I can throw on with a pair of heels and a flash of lippy.  The right jumpsuit will do all the talking for you.

Casual plus size jumpsuits - perfect for spring

When putting together my capsule wardrobe for the colder months, I neglected to include a jumpsuit.   Through the winter this was less of an issue, I was drawn to wooly jumpers and heavy denim.   But as we move into spring and (hopefully) warmer weather a jumpsuit becomes more essential to my daily attire.

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The items I’m wearing in these photos is the Nadine Tie Waist jumpsuit which is made from a soft, light weight jersey material that is perfect of spring days of clear blue skies.   The material is light enough for travel and won’t crease in your suitcase making it perfect for any spring city breaks you have planned.

The tie waist means it cinches at the waist creating an hour glass silhouette before the tapered legs which lengthen the frame.

Casual plus size jumpsuits - perfect for spring

On my 5ft10 frame, the legs crop at just above my ankle giving the legs that awkward length that I have fallen in love with over the past year.   The ankle-grazer length means this item looks amazing with both heels and flats, and can be worn with white sneakers, sandals, loafers or courts.   For me, it will likely be paired with all of these!

But what I love most about this jumpsuit is how comfy and relaxed it feels when on.   The jersey is oh-so-soft, caressing your skin.   The tapered trousers are breezy,and the tie waist is subtle (not restrictive).

It allows movement and comfort was retaining style – it is relaxed!

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The jumpsuit featured in this post has been gifted by Studio 8.   All thoughts and opinions expressed remain true to my findings.

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