Happy Friday Lovelies !
Every time I see a new design or a new designer, I quickly Google their name, their work and dig deep to see their collection. The designer of this jumpsuit fell into the category of new to me a couple of year ago when I attended a fashion show in honour of an Irish charity .
The fashion show was organised by local boutiques in my area who sell high end fashion. This jumpsuit was one of the pieces showcased on the runway on the night. I loved it on the model and after the show, I decided to get it only because it was long enough on the model who was about my height. Even though the jumpsuit is old, it is still one of the pieces I love in my closet.
I love the fact that the fabric is 100% silk and the design on the jumpsuit is copyright protected, Isn’t that cool? The designer who made this number is called Custo Barcelona. Have you heard of him before now?
Since everything 70’s is still on trend and jumpsuit is one of the popular pieces from the 70’s, I thought to take this number out for a spin today.
The good thing about a single piece clothing like this jumpsuit is that you do not need to do so much, all I did with this one was to finish the look with a pewter sling back heels.
Fashion TIP today !
One of the best ways to create an illusion of longer frame is to wear a jumpsuit. Jumpsuits make you look instantly taller especially when they are long enough. To create an illusion of even longer frame, wear your jumpsuit with heels.
Would you know of any new designers at the moment and do you have any older piece in your closet you can’t get enough of? Please share them with me in the comments.
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I am always happy to see you here. Wishing you a fantastic weekend and see you tomorrow for People and products this week.
Much Love, Mojisola
I was wearing Jumpsuit by Casto Barcelona(old) // Guiseppe heels via the Outnet (very old)
Photos by Claire