How to Wear a Tank-Style Jumpsuit to Work (Look 5).

A few weeks ago for my birthday and with a couple of gift cards, I did a little shopping at Loft - my favorite store, currently - and while I tried and picked up mostly dresses and tops, I did try this Apron-Style Striped Jumpsuit. I tried it on the small but it was too big on me, so I ordered an XS. I loved it on me when I received it. It is in a thick linen material and the culotte leg makes it work-appropriate. I decided to include it in my capsule pieces, even. Today, I am continuing with my French-Inspired Outfits like yesterday and this time I am doing an office-ready look because that is exactly what I wore my jumpsuit to - work. Today I am showing you how to style a tank-style or spaghetti-strap jumpsuit to work. One word - layering.

Parissiene style is modern, minimalist and clean - exactly like the lines of this jumpsuit which is currently on sale at Loft plus an additional 50% off. You will notice (once I post all of my capsule pieces) that I included a lot of white and sky blue or powder blue pieces and I am so glad I did. I decided to layer a cute and Feminine Lace Baby Blue Tee underneath the jumpsuit and added a Powder Blue Light Blazer over it. I love the bow-tie detail on the sleeves of this Lauren Conrad Blazer. This way this is polished, elegant and office-ready while still bold, modern and fun. The stripes, simplicity and colorless overall look add to that classic French appeal. Baby blue and white pair so well together, I cannot help  but wear them this season. Keeping up with the classic style of a French woman, I chose simple black accessories, like a Faux Python Bag (vintage) and Black Block Heel, Ankle-Strap Sandals. I chose classic Oversized Tortoise Sunnies and Nude Lipstick. But I kept it modern and trendy with some Fun Baby Blue+White Stone Statetement Earrings which have long navy tassels. So how do you like the styling of this Tank-Style Striped Jumpsuit for the office?! It is a great substitute or a Pantsuit, right?!

Baby Blue Light Silky 3/4-Sleeve Collarless Blazer w/ Tie Detail on the Sleeves: LC Conrad via Kohl's (New) (similar bomber style, on Huge Sale, love this), (light hooded option, Huge Steal), (similar, Great Deal), (gorgeous elegant option, Splurge, my Favorite).
Brown Tortoise Large Oval Sunglasses: Street Vendor (very similar), (very similar, Splurge), (similar, Great Deal, my Favorite), (similar, love these).
Black, Faux Crocodile Embossed Mini Bag: My Mom's (Vintage) (very similar, Huge Steal), (similar, Great Deal, love this), (similar clutch, love this), (similar, Splurge, my Favorite).

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  1. The blue on blue looks good - you pulled it off !

  2. I'm wanting to head to Loft after seeing your cute outfit.

  3. Love this idea of how to style a tank jumpsuit and make it work-appropriate by adding some lace and layers! Beautiful look, Ada!

    Trendy & Tidy

  4. I love the jumpsuit and how you've layered it with the lace top!

    Emma xxx

  5. Another great outfit on you! Super chic! Thanks for joining Ladies Who Link Up and I hope to see you next Friday!
    Cheryl Tucker

  6. I like this jumpsuit. What a great idea to add a lace tee underneath! Love the heels as well. :)

  7. Adding the lace underneath is so smart!! It makes the jumpsuit look totally different & definitely work appropriate!

  8. You easily make this look chic, Ada.

  9. This jumpsuit is so cute and I love how you styled it with layers. Thanks for linking up! xo


  10. Such a cute look Ada!!! Love that jumpsuit!
    I've started a new Sunday link up and I'd love to you stop by!!

  11. Ada, I really love the jumpsuit on you! So flattering and the little lace tee is the perfect accompaniment. I see how one could dress it in different ways. I love your strappy sandals with it adding more height with the cullote style. So Pretty!
    thanks for linking!
    jess xx


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