Jumpin for Joy

For years I have been a big fan of rompers and loved the versatility of dressing them up or down. Being on the somewhat taller side standing in at a whopping 5’7″, sometimes finding rompers is quite the challenge and allows for some really hilarious try on sessions with the shorts essentially being the length of a bikini bottom. While I have had the unfortunate luck of seeing more butt cheeks than I would prefer from girls who seem to be ok with this length, I hurried those puppies back to the rack and leave empty handed cause I prefer shorts to actually cover a decent amount. Because of this, I had stayed away from jumpers because while I hate when it rains and my pants get wet, I’m not a big fan of high waters. I had dabbled in trying on some jumpers here and there and always left the dressing room feeling rather dejected. For my 30th birthday (you feeling the theme here?), my amazing mother-in-law gave me a gift card to my favorite Knoxville boutique, Vals! I.was.stoked. In fact, I was SO excited, I raced over on my lunch break one day to shop because I just could not wait to thumb through all the gorgeous clothing. A little back story on Vals, I used to go fairly regularly back before getting married and buying a house. Funny how much extra money I had back then. lolz (of course I wouldn’t change a thing because marriage is the best!) With that said, going to Vals was a super treat and I was determined to get the most bang for my gift card buck.

Now that I’ve built up the suspense (at least if you’re still reading at this point), I present to you the hands down best jumper I’ve ever laid eyes on! I am pretty obsessed with the wide leg style and slight crop plus bows have my heart so the back is so pretty but I feel still classy. Also, for those of you who are not honorary members of the itty bitty titty committee, this jumper allows you to wear a bra even with the open back so that’s an added plus. I was actually able to wear this baby to work just throwing on a navy summer vest I already owned. There are just some pieces in your wardrobe that make you feel like a fashionista and this is one of those pieces.

Ladies, tell me if you have tried either the romper or jumper trend. Well I guess I should also let you guys chime in too since man rompers were a thing (is that still trend??) Also, if you have a funny story, feel free to share that as well! I love a good chuckle. πŸ˜‰

If you are not from this area or just love to online shop, here is Vals website below and link to my jumper. I warn you it is a rabbit hole you will fall into and before you know it, you will have an entire new wardrobe and a bank account sweating bullets butttt it’s worth it because their inventory is the bomb dot com and the customer service is unbelievably incredible! I also just glanced and heavens to betsy there are a few new jumpers that are screaming my name! πŸ™‚

https://shopvalsboutique.com/

Making a Statement Jumpsuit, Green

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7 thoughts on “Jumpin for Joy

  1. Haha!! I’m glad you ordered them! They will look amazing on you & so would this jumper!! I think they are low on sizes but they have several other ones that are equally beautiful. πŸ™‚

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  2. OK another winner!!! I particularly LOVE the thick strap lately! & this color is super versatile… you could make this super dressy or just casual. Girl, give me some of your style!! This is the boutique you shared with me I think a few posts ago so when I start up working again I think I know where my first shopping spree will be πŸ˜‰ XO

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  3. I do too!!!! A spaghetti strap is fun and summery but a thick strap just really gives a look a more mature vibe and gives that comfortable added coverage. Thank you!!! It’s been a style that is years in the making with lots of moola but I’m so thankful for my wardrobe and am excited to share both newer and older pieces.

    Yes it is!! They are always announcing new items and keeping with the trends so it’s a fun place to go for a few pieces from time to time that help add that current fashion in your wardrobe.

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