Anne RoshieComment

THE PRINTED JUMPSUIT

Anne RoshieComment
THE PRINTED JUMPSUIT

It's really hot! sweltering even! So hot you could fry and egg. The subway is beyond! Extra hydration is important in these extreme scenarios. After discovering I had left my water bottle at home, I made a quick dash to TJ Maxx so I could grab one. 

I promised myself not to look at anything else. As I was walking along the aisles, trying to find the water bottles, I heard someone call my name. It was soft, subtle. I glanced around me, long, colorful, flowy maxi dresses were huddled next to each other. All sorts of sizes wooing me with their strappy and non- strappy looks, each clamoring for my attention.

Unperturbed, I walked on by focused on my mission to score a water bottle and cary on with my day. Ain't no body gat time for maxi and friends. After a few steps, my name, again! I looked up and there it was. Initially, I thought it was another maxi dress, with a gorgeous bodice. The bodice with tiny little straps is what captured my attention.  After giving it a once over, I nearly placed it back on the rack because I have never found a jumpsuit that tickled my fancy. Until now!

Hanger in hand, I decided to ascertain that we were meant for each other in the dressing room. You should have seen my face when I looked at myself in the mirror. Woah! I walked out and did the Naomi campbell walk up and down the dressing room turning in all angles like a VICTORIA SECRET model. By now, the water bottle was a long forgotten subject as I made a beeline dash to the register with my first ever jumpsuit. With this jumpsuit, I could tackle any extreme weather. Thirst be damned.

Thanks for stopping by and have an amazing week!

JUMPSUIT: TJ MAXX

HEADWRAP: Street vendor

BANGLES: Maasai Market

BAG: Maasai Market

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