Black and White Jumpsuit, SHEIN
Black and White Jumpsuit, SHEIN (Unknown)
Black and White Jumpsuit, SHEIN (Unknown)
Black and White Jumpsuit, SHEIN
Black and White Jumpsuit, SHEIN
Black and White Jumpsuit, SHEIN

Black and White Jumpsuit, SHEIN

Regular price $30.00
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I have to say that a) this piece is magical and b) I truly do not understand how it is so good. Everyone I have ever put in it has looked (and more importantly, felt) amazing. PSA the drop crotch is *aggressive* but the flip side of that is easy and comfortable man-spreading wherever you may find yourself. It looks super cute by itself but also pairs well with printed tops underneath. *Featured in my Casey look. Fabric is moderately stretchy! Waist and Hip: 74 inches, Back (pit to pit): 17.5 inches, Torso: 25 inches, Inseam: 23 inches.

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