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Fashionista NOW: Flowy Patterned Jumpsuit Styles For The Summer 2018

Flowy jumpsuit style inspo for a breezy summer OOTD.

The vibe for today’s post is all about flowy jumpsuits with prints and is dedicated to those looking to get all decked up in a versatile on-piece!

For the summer, aside from dresses that get you all excited, there are the one-pieces that make dressing way easy because it simply cuts down the time to coordinate and lately, this is a brilliant option for when you want to take a break from overthinking your clothes. I’m talking about flowy jumpsuits rendered in prints and patterns. Whether they’re of the floral sort, neutral ones like stripes and femme ones like polka dots, as long as they’re in a relaxed shape teamed up with a reasonable cinch at the waist, I’m all in!

If you’re a fan of breezy looks in jumpsuits, know that you have a lot of options to pick from these days. Anything from a sleeveless, cami style variety to the three-quarter sleeved ones, all you have to do is zoom in on specific style details, like the print type you like, the neckline and sleeve design and how the pants flare out and whether you want them in a maxi or midi length, the latter is a favorite of mine.

Without further ado, below you will find a visual inspo of the jumpsuit styles I quite adore from the stylish people of Lookbook. Enjoy!

Which jumpsuit look is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know.

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