Striped Madeline

Happy March! I honestly can’t believe its March already, where in the heck did February go?

I spent the last week down south at the in-laws house, hubby was helping re-do their kitchen. We were able to take a few trips in to Ludlow town center, and I must say it’s such a lovely little town. Ludlow has so much history, some of the buildings and homes date back to the 12th century!

This lovely light purple/blue house behind me is from the late 18th/ early 19th century. I did a little research on the house and some parts even go back to the 16th century, like the rear wing. During the 16th century this home was owned by the Langfords, rich and influential mercers.

If you ever get the chance to come to England, I would definitely recommend visiting Ludlow.

Now onto this jumpsuit. Lets be real I have never met a jumpsuit I didn’t like, especially if its from House of Harlow 1960. This is one of those pieces that can transition from winter to spring. At the moment its still a little chilly in England, so I decided to pair my jumpsuit with a long sleeve underneath.

The Madeline jumpsuit has a halter neck s-hook close with adjustable shoulder straps, and gorgeous rope lace up detail on the waist. For size reference I’m wearing a XS. I would suggest to size up if you have a lager chest, due to the fact it does run a little smaller, especially around the chest. No bra needed though. If you are on the shorter side, under 5’5 you will need to get it hemmed. As you can see, it’s extremely long on me. I’m even wearing 5 inch heels!

When the weather gets better you will be seeing this jumpsuit again, but styled differently of course.

My jumpsuit is still available and is on sale! You can shop it below along with some more House of Harlow 1960 X Revolve jumpsuits. This print also comes in just a pant version which I have also linked.

|Sunglasses- Le Specs||Top- Primark|

|Jumpsuit- House of Harlow 1960 X Revolve| |Shoes- Christian Louboutin|


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