Beginner friendly, great results, love how it looks in different fabrics

A review of Zadie Jumpsuit

Reviewed by zenbuffy on 6th April, 2021

I’ve made two Zadie jumpsuits now, and I love both of them. It’s a quick sew, and it’s very beginner friendly. The toughest part is probably the bias binding around the neckline, which is manageable by going slowly. I also love how different this can look depending on fabric choice. The crisper cotton of the navy Zadie makes it seem a bit dressier, whereas the relaxed light blue linen turns this into a casual daily wear piece. I’m sure I’ll make more of these.

As per some other reviews online, I sized down one size from what my measurements would have indicated, so that I didn’t have a lot of extra fabric to bunch in at the sides. This worked out fine for me, I can still easily get in and out of it, but the fit is a little slimmer, and that’s ideal for me.

(More pics and details of all my makes at instagram.com/zenbuffy)