Sorry, try as I might, I could not get it to fit on my mannequin without threatening to rip it :X
[Edit: found the stock photos and the actual name of the jumpsuit from TKL!]
My attempts at coordinating it:
with Liz Lisa lace panel blouse and Liz Lisa heart suede pumps -
^^ how much room there is in the hip area & how it looks when I'm not trying to be super posey ^^I thought the shoes matched a little bit better in person, but in pictures it actually contrasts a lot lol. I think you can see how puffy the hips area is in the bottom right photo.
with Liz Lisa x My Melody 6th collab vol. 2 blouse & Flag J pumps (+ Liz Lisa dot mesh ribbon pork pie hat) -
with Liz Lisa lace sleeveless top and Liz Lisa 2-strap ribbon pumps -
I pulled up the hem of the pants because I just couldn't stand the length of this on me without doing that lol. It was really like in the middle between being full length and being an appropriate capri length. I don't prefer capri length in general anymore, but having it hit mid calf was somewhat unacceptable in my mind for some reason, therefore the scrunching by the knee.
I have to say that the fit in the hip/butt area leaves something to be desired (#diaperbutt anyone?), and it's way too big on me in this area, but if have a bit more in your hips, this kind of OP might actually fit you pretty well lol. It would also do for me to be about an inch or two shorter since I think my body is about at the max proportions for this kind of jumpsuit without the crotch getting dangerous lol. As it stands, it already kind of fills in the hip/butt area a bit odd/not how I was anticipating. The waist actually fits okay though! And there is no zipper on this thing, so the ribbon tie is a must for me.
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