A Jumpsuit for Everything

Our last full day on our trip started with a short road trip from Napa to San Francisco. We wanted as much time as possible in San Francisco so we were up early to leave. Driving away from Napa was so hard but knowing we were getting a day in San Francisco made it much easier. 

Once in San Francisco we spent the day walking, sightseeing, eating and shopping. With all the hills in San Francisco, the walking is exhausting. My outfit for had to be comfortable for a long day! My full recap of everything we did in San Francisco will be up on the blog soon, for now here's what I wore!

 I bought this jumpsuit over Labor day weekend and have worn it at least once a week since then. A simple casual jumpsuit can be transformed based on the rest of your outfit! This one is sold out but I've found plenty of others that are just as great. A soft fabric in a flattering fit is the key to getting a transitional piece. The first time I wore this piece I added black wedges and a statement necklace. The dressy accessories created a perfect look for a luncheon. I even managed to create a work worthy look with a blazer and black pointy toe pumps!

For travel, I like to pack dress, jumpsuits and rompers. A whole outfit with just one piece in clothing. This not only saves space in my bag but makes picking an outfit easier too. Comfy sandals got me thru the long day of sightseeing. For the cooler morning and evenings and when we were along the water, I definitely needed a jean jacket (see post here). 

A simple jumpsuit can really become a wardrobe basic and create countless outfits! Although this one is sold out, the silhouette on this one is almost identical! The wrap top and cinched in waist is flattering on most figures. The slouchy cut of this one has special details like a keyhole back. If you want something a little less typical, I would recommend this one! The fabric of this one looks really comfortable!

Similar Jumpsuit - Jean Jacket (40% off with code CRISP)
Tassel Necklace - Crossbody, old - Flat Sandals, old (similar here)

Kara Krittenbrink

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