I have a confession to make: last year when I shot this culottes jumpsuit it didn’t zip all the way! I decided to keep it nevertheless and as I now start to outfit plan for next month’s trip to France, I pulled it out with somewhat baited breath. Low and behold, it fit this time around. (Angels may have started singing in my head?) I decided to get a bit more mileage out of it by layering a top over it and plan to do so again in Paris with this top. I love the culottes trend but with already owning this jumpsuit I couldn’t justify buying a pair of proper culottes pants; hence: this outfit.
I’ve had these Loeffler Randall scalloped wedges for months now but New York weather hasn’t exactly been cooperating for me to don them. But at last! They are so comfortable (bless you, wedges) and I love the sweet scalloped detailing. I’m a longtime fan of Loeffler Randall but their shoes this season are particularly good. While they are on the expensive side I have gotten so much wear out of those that I own that I’m willing to invest when there is a pair I really love (most recently: these.) I rounded up my favorite styles currently below in case you’re in the market.
I hope you had a great weekend! Mine was a perfect mix of productive + friend time.
Shop the Post:
MissGuided Jumpsuit (similar here; here) // Zara Top // Wedge Scalloped Sandals // Sunglasses // Celine Bag // Miansai Cuff // BaubleBar Choker
More Loeffler Randall:
[Bekka Palmer Photography]
I love the dainty choker you paired with this outfit! It makes the whole look so chic!
The Style Scribe
Glad to know you are into chokers this season as much as me! They’rreeeee baaaaack haha!
So pretty. I don’t think I could pull pants like that off, but they look great on you! Looking forward to seeing your Paris posts!
Thanks so much, Whitney! I was surprised I liked the style and definitely think it does more on the body than on the hanger (thank goodness haha) You should try it 🙂 (And report back!)
LOVE the culottes! And that top with the fringe is so good. Happy Monday!!
Thanks so much, Annie! Now if only NYC would warm up and I could wear styles like this more often 🙂