Prime Day was just the beginning of summer savings at Amazon — there are still tons of deals to take advantage of. We've looked through today's fashion faves and found a mega-deal on this top-rated jumpsuit from Buenos Ninos. Today only, you can get it for just $19, down from $40 — that's 53% off!
Made with loose-fitting rayon, this jumpsuit has a flowy drape doesn't cling. It has pockets and comes in 20 different colors and patterns.
Shoppers love how this free-flowing jumpsuit flatters their figure, hides flaws and never clings.
With a scooped V-neck and adjustable straps, the Buenos Ninos V Neck Strappy Jumpsuit has an effortlessly stylish look. It boasts a long and flowy silhouette punctuated by a subtle flare at the hem (almost like a drop-waist).
There's a flowy summer vibe, for sure, but you can style it in a host of ways. Wear a blazer with the sleeves pushed up and a small clutch bag during the evening for a sophisticated look, belt it, or a jean jacket and some sneakers to make it playful.
"I feel like this is the most amazing purchase I've gotten from Amazon," raved one excited shopper. "I could run 8 miles in it… if someone was chasing me! Its Flowy in all the right spots. I am short girl and this hits my feet perfectly! It's casual but dressy at the same time! Winner winner I will wear it to dinner!"
"This fits great," wrote another happy shopper. "I am apple shaped and it doesn't cling in weird areas. It isn't a stretchy material at all so you don't get unflattering rolls. It glides over those areas that aren't smooth to camouflage them."
"Sexy and flattering!" wrote one rave reviewer. "Love love this outfit. I wore this on my 60th birthday 5 days ago and received tons of compliments."
"Let me start by saying I am short and a pear shape and jumpsuits don’t work for my personality type," another delighted shopper reported. "I have always wanted to wear one but good luck getting my hips into one of them. If you are in the same boat, look no further, this one is a gem. It is a flowy material and is super comfortable and slimming."
BUENOS NINOS V Neck Strappy Jumpsuit
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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