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18 Jumpsuits And Rompers To Suit Every Style

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18 Jumpsuits And Rompers To Suit Every Style

Ask any Coveteur editor about their fail-safe outfits, and you’ll invariably find us all endorsing one thing—a jumpsuit. From coveralls to overalls, it’s hard to go wrong with this versatile style, and luckily they’re more popular than ever, so options are limitless! We tracked down the absolute best jumpsuits out there, whether you need sparkly disco vibes (and honestly, who doesn’t these days?), a formal dress alternative, or just something cute and comfortable for everyday wear. There’s nothing wrong with scooping up one (or 18!) as a treat to yourself. It is payday, after all.


Noah Lehava

Senior Editor: Health & Wellness 


1. Club Monaco Tiphanie Jumpsuit: I just bought this, and it fits me SO well. Strangers in the fitting room told me to get it, so I had to.

2. Roksanda Thurloe Draped Cutout Jersey and Crepe Jumpsuit: I love that this doesn’t look like a jumpsuit from the front, but only from the back.

3. Reformation Tortuga Jumpsuit: Classy!


Hannah Baxter

Assistant Editor


1. Diane Von Furstenberg Satin Jumpsuit: Forget formal dresses—I’ll take a plunging, fire-engine-red jumpsuit any day of the week.

2. Free People Fitted Vest One-Piece Jumpsuit: Anyone who knows me understands that I’m obsessed with patterns, stripes especially, so this breezy, linen jumpsuit from Free People is basically my ideal summer outfit. I also can never have enough ’70s vibes in my closet, so the silhouette is perfect.

3. A.L.C. Kitt Floral Silk Overalls: Color! Pattern! Excitement! I’d pair this with a fitted white tee for work, and a black lace crop top on the weekends. More bang for your buck, you know?


Caryn Prime

Managing Editor


1. COS Short-sleeve Poplin Jumpsuit: I often wear this without the belt when I want it to be more casual. But belt or no belt, this might be one of the most comfortable, lightweight things that I own.

2. Madewell Coverall Jumpsuit: A pink coverall, what more could you ask for?!

3. Warm Peasant Woods Wide-Leg Jumpsuit: I love that this jumpsuit encompasses my dress aesthetic, long and billow-y and usually involving some kind of print, but is actually pants!


Laurel Pantin

Editorial & Fashion Director


1. PH5 Esma Sleeveless Jumpsuit with Front Cut Outs: Is there anything sexier than a disco-inspired knit jumpsuit? Doubtful.

2. Temperley London Heart Charm Jumpsuit: Wait—this is sexier.

3. Current/Elliott Whitney Cotton Jumpsuit: As much as I love a sexy jumpsuit, I like a practical, utilitarian one even better. This one is currently, like, 80% off, which means it’s now mine.


Jodi Taylor 

Assistant Editor


1. Topshop Tie Bandeau Jumpsuit: I’m all for the resurgence of tube tops and strapless jumpsuits, and this pale blue one is exactly what I have been looking for. I swear, Topshop never fails me.

2. Off-White Sleeveless Velvet Jumpsuit: I’m screaming internally. I don’t think you guys understand how much I need this in my life.

3. Derek Lam 10 Crosby Satin Jumpsuit: I want all the jumpsuits, in all of the materials.


Tara Gonzalez 

Assistant Editor


1.Acne Studios Tegel Oversized Japanese-denim Jumpsuit: I’ve been in love with this jumpsuit ever since I saw Rihanna wear it in her Paper mag shoot. I don’t have the green spiked mohawk to match (yet), but I think this would be perfect to throw on with a high pair of platforms. Also the pockets are huge, which means I probably won’t even need to carry a bag!

2. Kim Shui Beatrice Jumpsuit: Since my dream Acne Studios jumpsuit is loose and covered up, I obviously need something in my closet that is the complete opposite. This Kim Shui jumpsuit is covered in red lace and barely there. I love it.

3. Self-Portrait Hall Lace-panel Slim-leg Jumpsuit: Annnd finally, to further balance out these two extreme jumpsuit styles, there is this perfect Self-Portrait number. Sheer on top and covered up on the bottom, it’s the perfect amount of sexy and serious.

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