Pantsuit Revolution

Let’s talk about the damn pantsuit revolution.

There’s so much to be said about the pantsuit and how it empowered the working woman all the way back in the 1920s. It started with Coco Chanel when she introduced the the more boxy fit, two piece suit set for the working woman after all the men went to war. Other French designers came after introducing the pantsuit set, and then there were rompers in the 50s.

Jumpsuits were originally designed for military pilots and sky divers (obviously), but it made it to a women’s closet in the 50s in form of what we know now as “rompers.”Fast forward to present day, Hillary Clinton coined the “pantsuit nation” and all the pu$$y hat wearing feminist came out and went wild.

Pants (regardless of whatever iteration it is) is revolutionary. While rompers (well, any pants really) still makes me feel like a bloated puffer fish, I feel that there is power in wearing pants (regardless of your politics and how you feel about the origins of the actual garment).

So, here it is.

My not-very-well-planned photo shoot, which took place at Bar Melusine in Seattle after brunch. Literally no one was there, so Jordan and I took pictures and just laughed a lot.

โ™ฅ About the look โ™ฅ

๐Ÿ‘–๐Ÿ‘•Romper | I actually got it in Rome(but similiar here)

๐Ÿ‘Ÿ Shoes | From Paris, but you can find similar here

๐Ÿ“Pins | I’m obsessed lately, here are some click here.

Hope next time you put on pants, you feel empowered. #badbetches

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