Rompers seem to be this summer’s go-to outfit. They are easy to put on and look stylish, with minimal effort. But what if you want to look a little more put together for those warm summer nights? You swap a romper for a trendy jumpsuit of course!

Jumpsuits are a flashback straight from the ‘70s. This basic piece was insanely popular back then with all age ranges. I remember a picture of my grandmother from back in the day, dressed in a classic denim, zip-up jumpsuit. With the return of the ‘70s into style, the jumpsuit was bound to make a fabulous return as well. Jumpsuits have also been coming back in a more modern way in the high fashion world. Model besties Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner are famous for rocking a chic jumpsuit on the red carpet. Jumpsuits are on the rise and are quickly becoming a staple that every Fashionista needs to complete her closet. They are especially ideal for summer because they create the illusion that you dressed up, while in reality you were just too lazy to put on separate pants.

The first thing that caught my eye about this Fashionista was obviously her pretty, printed jumpsuit. The color and pattern of this piece are my favorite things about it. It just screams summertime. The jumpsuit is made from a very thin cotton material, allowing you to wear it in the summer without overheating. The low cut of the neckline is very flattering and helps keep you cool in the heat of summer. This is definitely a perfect go-to summer piece.

The jumpsuit itself is such a large statement that it required pairing with the right accessories. She completed her outfit with a large statement coin necklace and, besides some small stud earrings, no other jewelry. She also added another boho trend into her outfit by using fringe in her small cross-body bag and her suede heels. They both went perfectly with the total gypsy vibe of the ensemble. This Fashionista looks head-to-toe ready to walk into a hippie music festival or out for a fun night on the town.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Jumpsuits are one of my new favorite fashion shortcuts! You can just slip it on, step into some funky heels and BOOM, you’re runway ready.”