Remember last week how you stood in front of your closet for a full 10 minutes only to walk out the door in the same jeans you wore the week before? Yup, same. Mornings are rough when you’re that girl who’s 15 minutes late to everything. That’s why I have a go-to uniform: the jumpsuit. It’s my secret weapon (or no-so-secret, since they’re so beloved) for a one-and-done outfit, especially in the summer. To go the extra mile, accessorize with some cool sunglasses or a bag. Shop the season's cutest, breeziest jumpsuits, ahead.
I’m saving this blush-colored belted jumpsuit for all my post-work happy hour functions. It's easy to move in and appropriate for work if you layer a cami underneath to conceal the plunging neckline. Pair with a little kitten heel, so your feet doesn't tire out by EOD.
For the days you don’t feel like dressing up at all, there’s this plissé-satin jumpsuit that looks great with heels or booties. It has a relaxed fit and an elasticated waist to help define your figure. If you're planning to rock it at work, throw a blazer over it.
This Stella McCartney denim jumpsuit combines two of the season's biggest trends: boiler suits and tie-dye. It's made from pure denim and has many pockets for holding chapstick, money, etc. Kaia Gerber wore this exact look on the with a pair of delicate beige sandals, if you need footwear inspo.
Submit your pre-order now for this printed jumpsuit, so you'll be one of the first to receive it. It'll look great styled with a cropped denim jacket and sandals. Wear the sweet one piece to all those day drinking events you've RSVP'd to.
“I don’t like wearing color,” you say. May we present this striking red jumpsuit with asymmetrical shoulder straps to convince you otherwise. Part of Michelle Mason's resort 2019 collection, this satin one piece is stretchy in all the right places and perfect for more formal affairs.
For your quintessential everyday summer jumpsuit, I recommend this Topshop one piece. The sweetheart neckline and cutout details add uniqueness to an otherwise plain black jumpsuit while a cropped hem allows you to show off your full-of-personality shoes.
The kind of great-for-any-event summer jumpsuit that will easily become a wardrobe staple. Beware: This is a piece your sister will probably sneak from your closet and never return. (I'm watching you, sis!)
Think of your favorite pair of yoga pants. Now imagine if you could turn that into a jumpsuit for your entire body. I present to you this Le Fou Wilfred one piece, which has the same level of comfort and formfitting capabilities as your beloved bottoms.
If you're still searching for a cute gingham piece for summer, scoop up this Tanya Taylor jumpsuit. It's cropped at the ankles so you can show off your strappy sandals and has adorable bow details on the front to reveal a slight peek of skin. For a sportier move, wear with chunky sneakers.
You're feeling fierce. You're feeling sexy. Might I suggest this leopard-spotted jumpsuit with a fully opened back for you? It'll wow everyone in the room as soon as you make your entrance at that rooftop bar. Cue the flirty vibes all night long.
I have my eye on this strapless Zimmermann one piece for all the summer soirées I'm attending. This airy linen jumpsuit is designed for romantic occasions, whether that be an engagement party or a backyard wedding. Wear with your most delicate summer heels.
You know puffy sleeves are in for this season, so work it into a jumpsuit. This off-the-shoulder style highlights your collar bones and won't give you crazy tan lines. Wear with a pair of espadrille sandals if you're planning to bring this one piece on vacation.
Ulla Johnson pieces are crafted with meticulous attention to the details (see this jumpsuit). The wide leg style has a polka dot design in addition to an intricate blooming embroidery and beadwork along the front placket. Sexy crisscross straps in back complete the garment.
In love with stripes? Then you’ll want this playful Mes Demoiselles one-piece, which features button a plunging neckline and flared hem. Style it with a leather jacket to add some edge.
Give 'em retro vibes with this polka dot print. The updated silhouette keeps things modern. The neutral palette serves as a base for you to step it up on colorful accessories like a red bag for summer.
Master the utilitarian look with this one piece. Zip it all the way up for a modest look or half-way down to expose your bralette.
When you want to feel your most feminine, slip into something by Rebecca Taylor. My personal fav right now is this jumpsuit, which has a ruffle trim and vibrant pink floral print. It can easily be worn to your BFF's bridal shower or to the office.
Feeling artsy? Pick up this jumpsuit with a swirling pattern. The design reminds me of contemporary art hanging in the galleries of lower east side Manhattan. Wear with sneakers and a crossbody woven bag.
When function meets style, you get the denim overall. This bustier-style jumpsuit can be easily layered over collared shirt or simple tee. If you feel like showing some skin though, skip all that and let the cutouts do the talking.
For the minimalist ladies out there, this white jumpsuit allows you to layer on all the bright accessories you've been saving for summer. Add pops of red, yellow, or even orange to take the outfit to the next level.
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