I’ve had this jumpsuit for about a month now and since then all of the tall sizes have sold out!! Sorry for not posting this earlier, but if you love the pattern as much as I do email Anthropologie to find out when they’re going to get more in stock. The “regular” size might work for tiny talls. It has a inseam of 58″.
This beautiful jumpsuit has some pros and cons. I’ll start with the cons.
- The shoulder zippers make it incredibly hard to put on. To the point you just want to through it on the ground with frustration.
- The fabric in the top front area is criss crossed and will open up when you make certain movements. So not great if you’re heavy chested. I used clothing tape for the photos.
- It’s not cheap…$158. I think I had a coupon at the time of purchase, but still.
- The tall size is extremely long. I don’t have the inseam since that option is now greyed out.
- It is beautiful on. Despite the major cons I am determined to make this work. It feels good on to.
- The criss cross pattern in the back gives it character.
So there you have it. The Amapa jumpsuit has some challenges, but looks great. Normally if anything has challenges I take it back, but I am really in love with this piece.
I can’t wait for DC to warm up so I can were it out!
It was to cold to take pictures outside so you’re getting a glimpse of my office.
It is a smattering of my brain (a billion journals), collection of gifts, tons of books, pictures and art. I call it organized chaos! And yes those are CD’s. I’m a little nostalgic.
This picture gives you a closeup of the criss cross I mentioned.
I love Ankara inspired prints. And I just love jumpsuits; clothing lines rarely make them tall enough so I was happy this one worked.
I wanted you to get a sense of the length in this picture. I have the floral shoes on I posted on FB. I’ll include them in a future post.
Ok, Here’s Anthro’s picture. My background and poses aren’t as chic!