While staying warm and comfy in pajamas and loungewear sets is our jam, nothing beats a chunky jumpsuit.
The head-to-toe ensemble is not only the ideal outfit when you’re running late for work (we all know it), but they’re also super stylish and can be worn dressy or casual.
From strapless and wide leg to ruffle and belted, it’s amazing how versatile they are. They’re great to stash in your wardrobe as a go-to option alongside your favorite cocktail dresses, rompers and matching sets.
We especially like styles from Lulus and Revolve, but there are so many brands to choose from. Jumpsuits are great for wineries (especially those dreamy burgundy selections) and optimal for your 9-to-5 when tight dress pants are not your thing.
What’s more, any of these dreamy selections would look great paired with a pair of comfy heels.
Find the best places to shop for jumpsuits below, along with our top picks for 2023. These styles will have you moving and swinging in sheer bliss – in the most seamless fit available.
Let’s start with the retailer that offers practically everything from top selling products to supermarket items. Its prowess also extends to women’s jumpsuits, with popular selections we can’t ignore.
From Amazon’s bestselling Happy Sailed Jumpsuit ($41) to the Pink Queen Button-Up Jumpsuit ($42 to $45), the styles will take you from your office to after-office drinks in a snap.
We also love Zesica’s strapless wide-leg jumpsuit ($42) for a summer outfit that will replace your favorite wide-leg pants, it’s that trendy, along with Amazon Essentials’ Terry Fleece Jumpsuit ($30) for a round -the-house, casual one-piece.
Honestly, we turn to Revolve for the cutest (yet ultra-sophisticated) styles, including the Wedding Shop for some bridal glamour. Just like our favorite bodysuits and white dresses, the brand offers some pretty jumpsuits to choose from if you’re looking for a seamless fit.
For a wardrobe staple, we recommend 100% Bobi’s Supreme Jersey Tied Waist Jumpsuit ($79) — an all-navy, 100-percent cotton sweater that we love to style with our favorite denim jackets. If you love loungewear and don’t want to think too much about getting ready, WellBeing + BeingWell’s FlowWell Fleur Jumpsuit ($128) is a sweet splurge.
Plus, we feel pretty in pink with Pistola’s Grover Jumpsuit ($168) which has more of a utilitarian fit.
Two other favorites? Grab Norma Kamali’s KamaliKulture Rectangle Jog Jumpsuit ($145) or Amanda Uprichard’s Zahara Jumpsuit ($242) for a sexy, plunging white number or a brunch-ready piece, respectively.
Everyone hail Lulus for the cutest women’s fashion (seriously, just take a look in our wardrobes for proof). From the home of the cutest work pants for women — and cocktail dresses — here’s the scoop on our favorite jumpsuits.
For something stunning and chic, Lulus’ Power of Love Emerald Green Strapless Jumpsuit ($66) and Out Tonight Magenta Two-Piece Jumpsuit ($79) won’t disappoint. If you’re looking for something a little more casual, add the Babe Squad Brown Leopard Print Satin Surplice Jumpsuit ($56) to your cart.
Plus, the Behold Navy Blue Floral Print Off-the-Shoulder Jumpsuit ($64) is ideal for vacation resorts. Plus, the brand’s Follow My Heart Ivory Lace Sleeveless Wide-Leg Jumpsuit ($88) is a closet staple.
Some say SHEIN can be hit and miss, but we Certainly think it is a hit in terms of women’s jumpsuits. First, how can you resist the brand’s Dalmatian Print Wide Leg Belted Jumpsuit ($17) in its blue-flecked boldness?
But, on to more. We like the Dual Pocket Solid Overall Jumpsuit ($18) for total “Mama Mia” vibes and a simplistic, everyday outfit that will make you say “Gimme gimme gimme,” one in each color. If you love tie-dye, the brand’s SHEIN VCay Tie Dye Low Back Wide Leg Slip Jumpsuit ($16) is a soft and comfortable choice for lounging at home.
Want to grab something versatile for both work and outdoor parties? Look no further than SHEIN’s Mock-Neck Ruffle Cuff Belted Jumpsuit ($18) and the SHEIN Unity Off Shoulder Layered Ruffle Detail Palazzo Jumpsuit ($31) for girly yet sophisticated ensembles.
There’s a reason those small, medium, and large brown bags have a universal following — the designer department knows what’s up, especially when it comes to women’s jumpsuits.
We love the flattering, sexy fit of Aqua’s Cut Out Jumpsuit ($98), which resembles some of this year’s hottest cut out dresses we’ve rounded up. For a similar wide-leg design, Aidan by Aidan Mattox’s Turtleneck Jumpsuit ($220) comes in a vibrant pink metallic hue and is topped off with a delicate matching tie belt.
When you want to turn heads, grab Eliza J’s Sequin Fringe Jumpsuit ($208) for a sassy coral splash that’s ideal for a fancy dinner or wedding. We also endorse Good American Fit For Success Jumpsuit ($155) for a timeless take on your favorite pair of jeans.
Enter the boho side of jumpsuits: the whimsical prints, loose cotton and linen fabrics and unbeatable flowy fits.
Starting with Free People’s best-selling Homecoming Jumper ($78), this holiday-inspired, stretchy one-piece comes in a moody mauve, alongside other hues we’re obsessed with. The Solid Serendipity Jumpsuit ($198) is similar, offering a strapless tie-back top with a cute beachy print hem and pleated palazzo-style legs.
If you’re into the overalls trend, Free People’s Quinn Overalls ($148) are a great option, with a relaxed silhouette and center drawstring. Not to mention, the brand’s Shasta One-Piece Jumpsuit ($98) brings a freshly put-together feel to anyone entering their girl-boss era — and it’s under $100.
Like Anthropologie’s whimsical and eclectic interior (check out the mirrors and glassware sets for proof), the selection of jumpsuits is top-notch and top-notch.
The Somerset Jumpsuit ($188) is a short-sleeve geometric design crafted from a lightweight linen material that’s bound to be one of your most cherished, starting with some vacation-ready ensembles. Similarly, Farm Rio Smocked Jumpsuit ($220) features a romantic floral design with a three-quarter puff sleeve and pockets — perfect for those cool dinners on the beach or a first date, TBH.
Oh, and to celebrate the warmer temperatures, it’s all about the Corey Lynn Calter Ruffled Jumpsuit ($188), a one-of-a-kind ruffle one-shoulder for a one-piece outfit. Not to mention, it pairs well with a pair of nude heels.
Target knows how to combine trendy with affordability thanks to their in-house clothing brands. If you’re looking for some basics to stock up on, but don’t want a reading out of your wallet later, this is a great first stop – even for interior decorating.
Universal Thread’s short-sleeved, button-front coverall ($40) knows how to turn workwear into a fashion statement. The mix of bright colors to choose from ensures you’re ready for warm weather, while the tie belt lets you adjust it to the right fit for you. We can’t forget their Hope & Henry Tie-Waist Sleeveless Jumpsuit ($50), featuring flowy wide legs and stripes galore for a casual look you can wear to brunch with the friends or to the office.
If you really want to turn heads, then you need to add this Knox Rose Traveling Jumpsuit ($40) to your cart. Fans of vibrant pops of color will squeal over the geometric coral pattern that *literally* will have you finding any excuse to wear it in public.
The brand may be known for their gorgeous denim, but their jumpsuits are just as remarkable.
Their best-selling MWL Superbrushed Pull-On Jumpsuit ($75 to $98) shouldn’t be slept on — though you might want to sleep in it’s so comfortable. The material is made of an eco-friendly fleece-like material while the pockets are *so* roomy. Fortunately, there are plenty of colors to stock up on. Of course, we can’t leave out a classic denim option—the brand’s specialty—and this straight-leg denim jumpsuit ($50, original price: $148) is no exception. The puffed sleeves give the style a playful playful feel, while the straight-leg fit would look great with a pair of cute tan slippers.
If you want to break away from the classic cotton, polyester, and spandex options and try something new, this Corduroy Belted Jumpsuit ($100, original price: $158) is an absolute must-have. Not only because of the super soft material, but also that deep wine red and belt make this an absolute statement item.
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