NV by Nick Verreos Printed Knit Sleeveless Smocked Waist Wide Leg Jumpsuit

If there's one thing we love, it's a sassy jumpsuit! This on-trend, color-filled piece features a smocked waistline for comfort and a plunging surplice neckline to add some spice to your look. Each shoulder may be cinched with a drawstring tie that features a round bead at each end. The wide cut legs offer a retro aesthetic and the full-length hemline allows you to wear it with sleek heels or sandals.

Color Choices
  • Leopard - Leopard print in shades of grey-ish brown, tan, black and soft white. Gold-tone beads on shoulder drawstrings.
  • Multi - Abstract print in shades of green, blue, red, orange, yellow, maroon, soft black, soft white and bright blue. Gold-tone beads on shoulder drawstrings.

  • Fit: Fitted
  • Neckline: Surplice V-neck
  • Sleeve Length: Sleeveless
  • Hemline: Straight; Full-length
  • Fabric Content: Made of 95% polyester and 5% spandex
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Cool iron if needed.
  • Country of Origin: China

View the Size Chart to determine your size.

Garment Measurements:
Below are actual measurements for this garment. Use the above link to find the best size for your figure.

XS: Bust: 30", Waist Extended: 37" , Hip: 40", Inseam: 30"
Small: Bust: 32", Waist Extended: 39" , Hip: 42", Inseam: 30"
Medium: Bust: 34-1/2", Waist Extended: 41-1/2" , Hip: 40", Inseam: 30"
Large: Bust: 37-1/2", Waist Extended: : 44-3/4" , Hip: 40", Inseam: 30"
XL: Bust: 41-1/2", Waist Extended: 48-3/4" , Hip: 40", Inseam: 30"

1X: Bust: 44", Waist Extended: 50" , Hip: 54", Inseam: 30"
2X: Bust: 48", Waist Extended: 54-1/8" , Hip: 58", Inseam: 30"
3X: Bust: 52", Waist Extended: 58-5/8" , Hip: 62", Inseam: 30"

Please note sizes XS-XL are considered Missy/Standard and sizes 1X-3X are considered Women’s/Plus. Each set is graded separately and sizing may overlap.

About Nick Verreos
Known for his draping technique, Nick Verreos incorporates figure flattering details into all his pieces, allowing every woman to have her own personal "red carpet" moment. Whether the garments feature a draped bodice, asymmetrical hemline or thoughtfully constructed seaming, the NV Nick Verreos Collection makes women look and feel great.

Trend Alert: Bold Prints
Bold prints are chic, elegant and glamorous. Not only do they look stunning, but they do wonders for our figures - giving the illusion of being smaller and bigger in all the right places. Wearing any kind of print this season is right on trend and whatever your shape is, there is a print for you! You can have too much of a good thing, so don’t go overboard. Pair your jumpsuit with solids that play off the colors in the print and add a few standout accessories.

About the Collection
From the studio of one of Hollywood’s most-respected designers comes NV by Nick Verreos - a statement fashion collection created with the philosophy that every woman deserves a red carpet moment. "Whether you’re having a girl’s night, date night or even just taking your kids to the park, these fashions are meant to give you an ego boost. I guarantee they’ll make you feel confident, stylish, and maybe even a little sexy," says Nick.

A unique fusion of his Greek and Latino heritage, the NV collection combines bright, Latin-inspired colors and prints with draping elements reminiscent of Greek style. Distinctive and flattering on any figure, Nick’s fashions evoke glamor in silhouettes that can be worn every day.

Have your own red carpet moment with NV by Nick Verreos.

Nick VerreosAbout the Guest:
Nick Verreos has loved fashion since growing up in Venezuela. The son of a Greek-American diplomat father and glamorous Panamanian mother, Nick fondly remembers the times when his mother would get ready for big events. His designs are heavily influenced by his mother and his heritage.

Nick regularly appears as a fashion expert and correspondent on some of America’s largest networks, covering various award ceremonies. He also gained international attention when he appeared on a popular televised fashion design competition.