You’ve been seeing me wearing a lot of matching sets lately (Find this one here: PANTS + TOP), but first I want to clear the air here: This is not a smear campaign on jumpsuits. I love me a good jumpsuit just as much (or more) than the next girl.
If you’re more of a jumpsuit gal, THIS one is lovely!
This one by EILEEN FISHER is absolutely incredible.
First of all, EILEEN FISHER is not just a sustainable brand — They’ve actually been leading the charge towards sustainability in fashion for years.
I’ve had my eye on them for a while, and I’m so excited to be working with them on this post (sponsored by them, with all thoughts entirely my own, as always!).
I’ve shared quite a bit about how it can be hard to make certain styles work with my body type.
I think as women, our bodies are constantly evolving and changing, and it’s important that we are kind to ourselves and flexible with our closets. I was honestly surprised that this style of set worked for my body! But it’s super high waisted and flattering, and due to the design, it’ll fit me in many seasons of life for years to come![show_shopthepost_widget id=”3983864″]
Here I paired it with THIS sweater, if it’s still cold where you are!
Here are three things I love about matching sets (especially linen ones!):
- They can be both dressed up and down more than almost anything in my closet! With the right shoes and jewelry, I could be headed out on the town, but with sandals, I could be ready for a day at the beach! You know, all those things we used to do?
- They are perfect for warm weather. They keep me covered indoors with the AC blasting, but when I head out for a stroll, the texture and fabric is so loose that I don’t have to change. Super low maintenance.
- Linen is totally eco-friendly! Which is a huge reason why so many EILEEN FISHER products are made from linen. Plus, theirs is organic and dyed without chemicals!
Bonus reason (AND arguably the most important one…), you don’t need to get naked to use the bathroom. There, someone needed to say it!
Jokes aside, I’m looking forward to sharing more of this set, styled together and separately (making about a million different outfits eventually!!).