Everlane recently jumped on the jumpsuit bandwagon (see what I did there) and have been coming out with quite a few versions that I am loving.
I got to try out The Linen Jumpsuit in red and I 100% love the way it fits. Especially since it has adjustable straps so it’s multi-height friendly. I personally wish I got it in a neutral not the tomato red. But it was a fun color to wear a few times!
Why did I go for a color over a neutral, you ask? I actually took some quiz online that told me to try out more color so I thought I’d change it up, but turns out I just like neutrals too much!
Japanese GoWeave is your friend when it comes to traveling since it is super wrinkle resistant. Personally, I am just not a fan of any type of synthetic (except for bathing suits + work-out wear) no matter how nice it feels so I’m gonna stick to cotton or linen!
One of my favorite smaller sustainable brands! They use deadstock fabrics and all pieces are made to order preventing any waste in production.
Plus, they have a great size range from XXS-3X.
A little more on their fabrics: “We rescue leftover fabric, otherwise destined for a landfill, to create pieces in vibrant colors and patterns. This process has allowed us to upcycle thousands of yards of fabric.”
Quickly becoming one of the most popular sustainable brands out there! And for a reason they know how to make quality clothes that are trendy but something you could keep in your wardrobe for a long time. My first every Reformation pieces was a jumpsuit that I bought for my 23nd birthday?? I’m 29 next month and its still going strong!
Heads up! Reformation produces their clothing in smaller batches so sizes and styles tend to sell out and they rotate fabric styles + colors throughout the year.
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