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I am a believer in owning your personal style, saying what you mean, asking for what you want, living authentically and the power of simplicity — in fashion, and in life.

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10 Rules for Effortless, Everyday Style

In this series, I share some simple tips for leveling up your daily looks.

It doesn’t get more minimalist than a one-and-done jumpsuit! (Mine is Noble and 10% off with NATALIEBORTON10)

Of course you can wear them solo, but I get asked often how to change it up when it comes to a jumpsuit and it really comes down to accessorizing. A great bag, key pieces of jewelry (like hoops!), your sunglasses shape, and well-chosen shoes to suit the day’s activities. And of course if it’s chilly, your top layer can completely change the look — whether it’s a denim jacket, a cardigan or a long coat or trench.

What’s your favorite way to style a jumpsuit to make it interesting and feel like “you”? See the other parts of this series here >

How to Make Minimalist Outfits Interesting: Part 2

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Hi, I'm Natalie

I am a believer in owning your personal style, saying what you mean, asking for what you want, living authentically and the power of simplicity — in fashion, and in life.

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