Very seldomn do I meet a jumpsuit that I don't like. And I love this one, McCall's 7330. What I love about it is that it's drafted for medium weight woven fabrics. I have nothing against stretchy jumpsuits... in fact, I actually love them and I've made quite a few over the years, and I'll probably be making another one soon.
But sometimes I just like to challenge myself fit-wise with a fabric that has no give, such as this Rag & Bone Mercerized 100% Cotton Twill from Mood Fabrics.com.
See, the key to getting the fit right on a jumpsuit, particularly for someone my height is the crotch length. I started with a size medium (12-14) in the top and bottom. I added 1 inch to the length of the bodice. For a jumpsuit like this, I must have ease when sitting and bending. And I added 3 inches to length of the pants.
I love all of the details on this jumpsuit. You're essentially making a shirt with all of the glorious details (i.e. collar, band, front bands, etc...) and a pants with pockets and a mock fly. And I love that it has a tailored waist instead of elastic or drawstrings.
And what I especially love is that it has a self-lined yoke and two-piece sleeves! Yes, two-piece sleeves! You can barely find them on coat and jacket patterns. So it's a complete rarity to see them on anything shirtstyle. And there's plenty of topstitching!
The original pockets of this pattern was not what I had in mind for my utility style jumpsuit. I changed them. Remember, you can do that because you're sewing and it's your garment! I borrowed the pockets from McCall's 6436. They're already sized to fit over the bust, so there was no tinkering. Just cut, go and sew. And my next substitution was for the type of closures I would use. I went with Dritz Heavy Duty Snaps in Antique Brass instead of buttons and I applied them with the basic tool and a hammer.
Another great feature is sleeve tabs. They just look so much better than just rolling up the sleeves.
The only thing I don't like about this pattern is the gathering at the waist. I would've preferred if they'd used darts instead. I feel like that would've simply been neater in a woven style.
Styling tip: This jumpsuit is great transitional garment that works with a multitude of shoes, from pumps to strappy sandals to Chuck Taylors. For this look, I wore a nude pump and kept my jewelry minimal due to all of the hardward on the jumpsuit.