Jumpers Are Not Just for Kids!

Do you still own a jumper?  The key word here is “still”.  And that seems a valid question because sometime in most of our lives most of us have owned a jumper or two.  This piece is timeless and is worn by all ages and sizes.  The personal choice of style comes in fabric and color choice.

While the jumper has many different definitions depending on the country where it is worn, the American jumper follows the same pattern and is often worn over a blouse or T-shirt top.  It became popular in the 1920’s among the flappers, and again in the 1960’s and 1980’s.  Today it is a favorite “go to” when you want to dress up a casual look. https://fashion-history.lovetoknow.com/clothing-types-styles/jumper-dress

Jumpers vary in price and can be very inexpensive which makes them a desirable choice for any wardrobe.  I picked this jumper up while thrifting for about $5, which cannot be beat.  Young people choose to wear the mini lengths but lengths do vary and I prefer the midi length which is comfortable and fun.

Adding a hat or a variety of tops can change the look very easily.  Even adding a jacket can work to offer a new look.  So before you decide to clean that closet, think about it… the jumper is not going anywhere.  It is one of those pieces that is here to stay!

 

 

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  1. Nice fashion entry as usual. I think it is just a matter of time before the fashion world gets hold of this. I am asking all readers to share this blog if you know people who are in the fashion industry! Pamela Marshall would be an incredible addition to any fashion magazine or fashion show!!!

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    • Hahaha! From your lips to God’s ears! Thank you my friend for your support and your endorsement. I am having so much fun with this, even if it goes no further than the base I have. I have had nothing but positive feedback and that fuels me to keep on. I love coming up with new ideas or old ones to highlight. It is a labor of love!

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