And this jumpsuit is not for me! Happy Friday beautiful people! My family is going thru several transitions this year and one of those changes involves downsizing. To meet a future goal we will be moving into a smaller place temporarily and I honestly am looking forward to it. Less to clean and less expenses and I’m going to enjoy that. I am not however looking forward to a smaller space but I guess you can’t have your cake and eat it too! So I am working on revamping my wardrobe and having less BUT making sure what I have are clothes and shoes I love and make me look and feel great. You will see more of me defining my style and putting together my wardrobe on blog posts to come.
Well I can tell you this jumpsuit is not making the cut. I purchased it over a year ago from the BeBe outlet and I did try it on in the store. I loved it when I tried it on but I didn’t think about the fact that I had a bra on AND that this jumpsuit was backless. When I got it home I tried it on again without the bra and with the way I tied the ties in the back I figured I could make it work. BUT I have never worn this jumpsuit! As excited as I was to get it, it has sat in my closet for a whole year. Everytime I was going somewhere where it would be appropriate to wear this, I passed because I didn’t feel comfortable in it overall. It was not made for women with a larger bust (see the darting in the front pics) and even though it was cute overall, I didn’t feel cute in it. It was hard to find the proper undergarments that would hold me to wear it. I could go without but I realize I am an almost 40 year old woman and in my opinion and with the way gravity works it just would not have been a good look for me! So that leads me to say this: we may love something but it may not be the best for us. Apply this where you want: fashion, people, relationships etc. People may even say it looks good (we’ve all heard y’all are so cute together lol)but only you know what is best for you. So this jumpsuit will be given away or sold and I will be on the search for a more versatile summer jumpsuit that looks good on me AND makes me feel good in it. Ladies, do you have things in your life that you love that don’t work for you? I suggest you really evaluate the benefit and joy you actually get from that thing (or person) and decide if you really have room enough to keep it! Make space for the good things!
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I have a few pieces in my closet that really “aint for me” either. Some of which I gave actually have gotten altered m. Try alteration for the darting and maybe adding a blazer, duster or kimono for the to cover the back! Happy Friday love!
Thank you sis! I never thought about altering it!
I hear you, you look cute in it, but You have to where whats comfortable for you, I went to a wedding and bought 2 outfits didn’t like how they looked on me in the stomach area. so I ended up wearing something else. My daughters & hubby thought it looked nice but I didn’t and that’s what matters. The fact that I need to lose 15 to 20 pounds I think that had a lot to do with it. Lol! Nice blog!
You don’t look like you need to lose nothing!!! But I feel ya, I’m about to get back started on my weight loss journey bc I’ve been slacking lol. You have to feel good in your clothing! Thanks for reading Yolanda!