Unless you’re new here (if so, welcome!), you know I LOVE anything banana leaf. Not only is my closet covered in Brazilliance wallpaper by Dorothy Draper a la The Beverly Hills Hotel, but I also designed The Glam Cave with Justina Blakeney’s banana leaf wallpaper. Needless to say, I love banana leaf. So when I spotted this banana leaf pant suit for a mere $25, well, I went b-a-n-a-n-a-s. See where to get it + fit tips below!
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First, this pantsuit feels like wearing pajamas! Anything that lets you get away with that in public, I am in.
It might be hard to tell here, but the pants are a paper-bag style, which I love. They elongate you, which is nice when you’re pushing 5’4″ on a good day. They would be cute with just a simple cami/tank as well to show off the paper bag waist even more.
The top is a kimono/wrap style. The elasticized detail on the arms makes for a super cute shape. I don’t have much up top, so it gapes a little bit, but I just layered a tank underneath and problem solved.
I’m wearing a size Medium (that’s the smallest size available, so I figured it would fit and was right). I’m usually a size 2 or Small. Hope that helps!
PHOTOS by FRED MOSER
What I’m Wearing
If you’re more of a dress girl, this banana leaf dress is darling + only $15!
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I’ve gotten a few things from the site I bought this pantsuit from & even though the prices are really low, the quality has been surprisingly good. A few more faves I’ve recently purchased, all under $30 each…
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