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I say orange jumpsuit and you automatically think of a prison inmate, right? Well think again. Here’s a piece with the ability to get that ugly image out of your mind once and for all. The only thing correctional about this jumpsuit is its ability to improve my mood. While it’s more of a satiny coral than a blunt orange, I still love the way the warm color plays against my skin tone.

I threw on a nude blazer with peachy undertones and some nude pumps to match. The blazer is a cute, extra layer that’s perfect for the conservative office or just a stylish way to keep warm especially in my case since the thermostat in my place of business is regularly set to Arctic Blast. Find links to re-create this mischievous little look below.

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Look 3 closeups(Photo credit Sean Griffin Photography)

 

If you're not into pantsuits but are partial to wearing pants to the office, the jumper is a great alternative. It's the perfect way to get a uniform look without conjuring up cringe worthy images of Hillary Clinton in her stuffy androgynous looks.

I scored this cute little jumpsuit while attending an event called Shecky's Ladies Night Out last year. At the event, local vendors set up shop and sell pieces from their boutiques and stores while attendees shop and try out samples of various things. This particular jumper caught my eye and after leaving it behind decided that I had to go back for it and I’m glad I did. It’s definitely a lively piece that can easily transition from fun to a more serious look with the simple addition of a blazer.