The most basic way to create a jumperskirt coordinate-- besides wearing it plain-- is to wear a blouse underneath it...
... or wear a bolero or cardigan over it. Both these options, besides being simple and comfortable, present a look with very clean lines. Plus, you can always switch blouses or cardigans if you want some variety.
Mixing whites is not a crime-- don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Even though the main white tone in the Revival Bouquet fabric is antique white, wearing a true white blouse can create an interesting look.
Simply adding or switching accessories is an easy way to give a coordinate a different feel. Here the white blouse coordinate has gone from simple to lavish just by adding a lace shawl and bonnet.
If you wear a buttoned-up jacket with a jumperskirt, it will look like a jacket and skirt. This trick works especially well in winter because the extra layer means extra warmth.
Add some black. Black lends sophistication to almost any outfit. This coordinate had a 1920's vibe, so I accentuated it with pearls.