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I styled this jumpsuit in 4 different ways to prove that you can be broke and stylish

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Many people think that to be a stylish person you need to have a full closet. As a plus-size style blogger, I learned that the real trick is to learn how to style your pieces in different ways.

I never buy anything unless I can style it in various ways and for different occasions. It’s about making the most out of your purchases especially if you are on a budget or don’t get to shop often.

While at CurvyCon last summer I came across Ashley Stewarts shopping booth and this denim jumpsuit caught my eye. It was a bold jumpsuit and I loved it. It had wide pants a fun frill detail on top.

Here are the 4 looks I created:

 

LOOK 1.

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For the first day, I decided to add a statement jacket. I used the denim jumpsuit as my neutral and added two bold pieces. I love how leopard goes with burgundy so I mixed them together.

Jacket: Ashley Stewart s/o similar here

Top: Forever21 s/0 similar here

Booties: Aldo similar here

 

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This look was my favorite and I enjoyed how easy it was to put together. Since the jumpsuit has thin straps I knew I wanted to wear a top with statement sleeves to go along with the frill of the jumpsuit. I added the silver mesh booties and the beret to dress it up more.

Top: ASOS s/o similar here

Beret: Topshoop s/o similar here

Booties: Simply Be

 

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You can’t do denim without plaid. I added this five-year-old Old Navy jacket and a rhinestoned beanie to contrast the masculine and feminine items to make this outfit.

Plaid jacket: Old Navy similar here 

Beanie: Urban Outfitters

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It isn’t a secret I am a fan of Premme. I added their jacket over the jumpsuit and a matching beret. I find it easy to sometimes pick a color and use it as a theme for the look.

Jacket: Premme similar here

Beret: Urban Outfitters 

Sneakers: ADIDAS

 

 

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