Beech Jumpsuit | Fashion
It’s not often you’ll see me dressed in black. A few years ago I wore it all the time and I decided to make a conscious effort to wear more colour. This doesn’t mean I never it anymore - every now and then a beautifully designed, quality, statement piece can knock me out of my self righteous, self imposed black ban. Wearing black less has even given me a new appreciation for it - now when I do slip into something dark it feels extra special!
In this instance that special item is the beautiful organic bamboo jumpsuit from the Beech Bamboo Basics range.
This amazing jumpsuit is so comfortable. The organic bamboo fabric is soft, stretchy, and a little bit silky. It’s very similar to a good quality, heavy jersey fabric. It’s been designed to fit loose but has elastic at the waist, shoulders, and sleeves to give it shape. The drape of the fabric means there is also some accentuation of you best ass-ets (if you catch my drift).
My favourite detail has to be the jumpsuits off-the-shoulder style. It’s what gives it that special dash of panache. It’s this gorgeous detail that allows the jumpsuit to transition from comfortable, loose fitting “i just got out of bed and don’t want to get dressed” loungewear, to a beautiful outfit that can be worn to lunch or dinner.
For David and my wedding anniversary lunch at Stefano Lubiana I wore the jumpsuit with a pair of gorgeous mimco flats and oversize earrings. I’ve also worn it with a pair of 70s style, velvet strappy heels and loved how it looked. I also happen to know the girls at Ally + Me love wearing theirs with Cabin and Cove flats which give the outfit a relaxed, boho holiday vibe.
Overall this is a beautiful, quality Tasmanian garment that I absolutely adore. It’s comfortable, versatile and organic - and is the perfect staple for any wardrobe.