Cold mornings are here, which means the quicker we can go from a post-shower state of undress to suitably wrapped up and ready for work, the better. While we love the creativity that comes with assembling an outfit each morning, anything that makes that process a bit easier gets a yes from us.
And really, what's more practical than a jumpsuit? They're perhaps the most utilitarian piece of clothing out there. But that's not to say that aesthetics fall to the wayside. The fall '17 runway collections proved there's a jumpsuit for everyone, be it casual Monday attire or your party dress' replacement: Joseph gave us black boiler suits with extreme white collars, while Chanel took us to space with tweed all-in-ones reminiscent of astronaut suits. Alexander Wang brought sex appeal with skintight navy numbers akin to Catwoman's get-up, and Adam Selman revived the '70s and the Wild West in one, with his denim flared jumpsuits decorated with rose appliqués.
But that's the beauty of the all-in-one. With little else needed to turn a cozy outfit into a fancy one, it's the season's most useful piece. All hail the jumpsuit: making winter mornings (and evenings) that much more bearable (and stylish, TBH).