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Not Your Grandma’s Jumpsuit

I got this gorgeous navy jumpsuit at a Mandee near a hotel I was staying in in New York City. I didn’t think I’d go in the store because the first thing I saw on the window display was a shirt that said “CA$H ME OUSSIDE HOW BOW DAH” but when I was in a rush to meet up with my friends on the other side of town and realized I didn’t have any shoes with me that looked good with my outfit, I made a mad dash for the store just minutes before it closed in the hopes that I’d find something I could wear out that night. I feel the need to explain that usually I’m entirely opposed to going into clothing stores less than a half hour before they close, because I used to work in retail and am all too familiar with the closing struggle. But because I knew I was going to buy something and was extremely time conscious, I made an exception. While in there, I realized that despite their atrocious choices for their window mannequins, they actually had cute clothes, and decided that I’d come back the next day to look around more. That’s when I found my jumpsuit.

I wore it to my graduation party at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline. The weather was trash but my outfit was not.

Jumpsuit: Mandee (Similar)

Purse: Kate Spade (Similar)

Shoes: White House | Black Market (Similar)

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