4 Easy Ways To Pull Off A Jumpsuit

Throw-on-and-go might be the greatest fashion term ever for style lovers. Basically, anything that saves us time — and thought — when it comes to walking out the door in a great outfit is an inarguable win. Still somehow, with all the sweater dresses, shifts, and trench coats that help make getting dressed a breeze, the jumpsuit gets forgotten.

If there's any lingering hesitation over pulling one off, it's time to reconsider. The trend has exploded into so many iterations — from cropped legs to long sleeves and fun detailing — made for all body types and seasons, proving that pretty much anyone can rock one. In other words, you're officially out of reasons to not try it out yourself.

With easy swaps and creative styling, we've compiled four different ways to wear this underrated piece during the winter months. See, we've got you (and your jumpsuit needs) covered.
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Have an upcoming holiday event? Forgo your tried-and-true gown for an equal-in-length one-piece with elegant details; a lace number like this balances all dress codes, from casual to cocktail. For a day-to-night look, embrace the groutfit (all-gray outfit) with similar-toned accessories: We topped the this look with a sleeveless coat, knit beanie, and pointed-toe patent boot.

Zimmermann Black Empire Guipure Lace Jumpsuit, $1,340, available at Avenue 32; Atea Oceanie Raglan Sleeveless Coat, $1,168 $700.80, available at Atea Oceanie; Nine West Wasabi Pointy Toe Booties, $129 $59.99, available at Nine West; Genuine People Dark Gray Wool Scarf, $85.80 $67, available at Genuine People; The Elder Statesman Bunny Echo, $300, available at The Elder Statesman.
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For cooler days, the heavier material of a denim jumpsuit will provide an added layer of warmth. To keep the attitude of the one-piece feeling edgy, slip on a chunky boot (chunky socks optional) under the cuffed legs, and a unisex watch to match. And, if you want to tone down the utilitarian look just a bit, feel free to add in some feminine touches, like a poplin shirt with a silk scarf collar.

Mih Jeans Arco Denim Overalls Jumpsuit, $385, available at Stylebop; Trademark Scarf Classic Shirt, $248, available at Trademark; Mango Handmade Coat, $309.99, available at Mango; Aldo Babbe, $130 $69.99, available at Aldo; Skagen Anita Leather Multifunction Watch, $135, available at Skagen.
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To make this tailored Topshop jumpsuit a bit cozier, layer a turtleneck underneath for added warmth. Bring out the subtle pinstripe pattern with pewter metallic heels, and don't be shy about pairing socks and sandals if the weather calls for it. Throw on a geo-print overcoat, and grab a lavender-hued backpack for the ultimate frosty color pop.
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If you're planning on spending the majority of your day indoors, take advantage of being cozy by keeping your top layers short. Repurpose the crop top in a cold weather print, like tartan, for winter under a tank jumpsuit. Top off the ensemble with wintery essentials — a knit cap, double-layered coat, and brogues — in case you need to brave the outdoors at some point.

Être Cécile Plaid Crop T-Shirt, $163.36, available at Être Cécile; T By Alexander Wang Bandeau Jumpsuit, $678, available at BySymphony; Rosewe Navy Blue Long Sleeve Hooded Collar Coat, $105.44 $52.72, available at Roswe; Miista Myla Dark Navy, $223, available at Miista; Orwell + Austen Cashmere Cashmere Beanie, $87, available at Wolf & Badger.
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Keep your winter uniform from falling into the typical all-black rut by straying toward a colored jumpsuit; sticking in the nouveau neutral family, an olive-green iteration can do the trick. A cozy sweater that you can wear under or over the one-piece adds variety, as does offsetting the wide-leg shape of the jumpsuit with a classic, straight-cut coat silhouette. To finish off the look, we love any good excuse to rock a pair of shiny booties and our favorite piece from our pin collection.

J.O.A. Buckled Olive Jumpsuit, $108, available at Pixie Market; Alexa Chung For AG Scotland Wool Turtleneck Pullover, $405 $243, available at Stylebop; Trademark Malory Coat, $855, available at Trademark; Nine West Whynot Dress Booties, $129 $69.99, available at Nine West; Pintrill Hibiscus Flower Pin, $12, available at Pintrill.