Marseille Playsuit with Review Australia
*I have been compensated by Review Australia & Shopping Links for this post, all opinions are my own.
Earlier this week I shared with you a new-to-me brand, Review Australia! Designed in Australia, their designers take inspiration from the vintage stores of New York & the flea markets of Paris to bring you romantic, feminine, & classic creations. My previous post featured the Great Escape Dress which was perfect for an office look, nice dinner, or wedding. Today I bring to you the playful side of Review!
Although we are heading toward the colder days of the year, living in Southern California can be surprising. Smack in the middle of December we could have 80 degree weather, so it's suggested to always have a playsuit on hand! Luckily I picked one up from Review. Called the Marseille, this is just as luxurious feeling as the Great Escape Dress with it's satin lining, but is casual cute, pinup perfection. So reminiscent of beach babes in the 1940s, this piece will stay in my closet for years to come.
The outer layer of the Marseille is a flowing chiffon in cherry red, sprinkled with white dots, and bouquets of lavender flowers (love this color combo). The skirt is flared out just enough so that it appears like a dress, but the shorts save my life! I could never wear a skirt that short chasing the kiddos, or doing anything for that matter.
Up to the bodice, both sides come together to create a bow knot in front, which is almost as good as a wrap-top for me. You can adjust as needed for a better or looser fit, and I love that feature to help accentuate your curves. This playsuit appropriately comes with a white belt, but I opted for a black one I own because it fit my waist better. Finally, to the shoulder, there's a mini ruffle cap sleeve, for that last touch of playfulness. Now I am feeling too cute for the horse trails, I think I need to go to Paris...
Finally, to the shoulder, there's a mini ruffle cap sleeve, for that last touch of playfulness. Now I am feeling too cute for the horse trails, I think I need to go to Paris...