I feel like my personal style through my lifetime has been from sporty in my childhood, to an attempt at dressing like Avril Lavigne in high school (major fail and I have pictures to prove it), and that awkward hippie phase I went through and my attempt to wear natural deodorant (also a major fail and I am sorry to my friends who were alongside me through that phase…you know who you are).
Since breaking into my thirties I feel like I have am more comfortable in my skin and can define my personal style better. There are those times though that I have the urges to dress in a way that is a bit outside of my usual go-to’s. For example, I have met so many amazing women here in DC that are from the south and I have to admit I have a major obsession with the gingham print, lace textures, bold prints they sport and I am full blown obsessed!
What perfect timing then for Eloquii to do a collaboration with Reese Witherspoon and her collection, Draper James! Through this collection I feel like I can give that southern chic flare for a test drive while still mixing in my personal style. What I love about this collection is that it is super versatile and I live for the small details. From the scalloped waistlines, a stripe in the seam of the collar, and the signature gold zipper on the back.
So the jumpsuit I am sporting from this collection is seriously a dream fit. Usually I am not a fan of jumpsuits on me because either it does not fit properly on my lower half or the hemline is too short or long. If you have the second issue I mentioned in fit then a midi length can totally solve that for you. So I kept this look pretty casual with a jean jacket, but you can wear it so many ways! I have linked below jackets, shoes, and accessories of course all from Eloquii. Follow this link to shop the jumpsuit and here for my earrings!
Stay tuned for next week because I have an amazing gingham wrap top I will be sharing with you guys too. Now get your hiney over to Eloquii online or in store and get on this collection ya’ll! Sidenote…I’m going to start saying ya’ll more often…