For the continual busy girl, these versatile jumpsuits will help you transcend from work to play, no change required
Convenient and comfortable
A matching two piece will always make you feel ‘put together’ and ready for the day, but let’s be real here. Sometimes, we just wake up with no energy to try hard, no time left to look good and absolutely no cares given for all of the above. That is when the classic jumpsuit swoops right in and saves our stressed-out morning.
You don’t have to think of your outfit combination, just slip them on and you’re good to go. Not only are they great for you time-precious ladies, they are also flattering, given the standard cut of the unbroken line running from the neck to the feet.
Now that we’ve established how convenient they can be, let’s double up that versatility with jumpsuits that are not only work-appropriate but also date-ready. Yeah, you don’t even need to quickly change in the tiny office toilets after work – just touch up your lippy and you’ve got date night attire nailed too. All hail the jumpsuits, may they reign forever.
Jumpsuit with peplum and pleated leg detail
This jumpsuit from ASOS looks absolutely comfortable to be in with its pleated leg detail. We love how the gathered peplum gives the slouchy fit a more sculpted frame.
To wear it for work, we recommend a white turtle-neck bell-sleeve blouse. For dates, slip into a pair of espadrilles to exude that casual yet put-together look.
Culottes are currently bang on trend, so this culotte jumpsuit from Vera Moda will be your staple go-to. Easy to slip on with a flattering cut at the waist, the flared culottes and vertical stripes create an illusion of a hourglass frame. Team yours with heeled pumps for work or sneakers for that casual brunch date you have.
Vera Moda open back striped culotte jumpsuit, $96.98 from Asos
Elegant is the operative word for Solace London’s lustrous ivory satin strapless jumpsuit. Trimmed with a fluted asymmetric overlay at the front and a structured internal corset for a flattering slim silhouette at the back, the wide-leg pants cuts with sharp pleats for added volume and texture.
To remain work-appropriate, we suggest teaming this with a black longline blazer and belt to define the waist. Then take all of that off for your dinner date and carry on an embellished clutch.
Cut A-line, this v-neck jumpsuit from ASOS can be work-appropriate with a shirt worn underneath. To avoid colour crash, we suggesting sticking to monochrome colours. Complete the look with some heeled boots.
We love the bare-back and ribbon detail, lending a touch of femininity to the jumpsuit.Take off the shirt and boots for a date and replace with a pair of embellished leather pumps.
This cap sleeve jumpsuit from Maiyet is tailored from black stretch-wool twill. Featuring a woven waist tie for you to gently cinch the slouchy shape, we think this will look best with heeled pointed pumps for work and slip on mules for dates.
Maiyet cropped stretch-wool twill jumpsuit, $279 from Net-a-porter
Made from white cady, this elegant jumpsuit will carry you from the boardroom to a dinner date. It gathers at the waist, giving you a more sculpted silhouette. Pair it with loafers for your working day.
Now here’s the fun part, it turns to reveal a bow-embellished back to give a flirty accent to the otherwise professional-looking jumpsuit. For your date, we suggest showing off your slender waist with a belt. Change the loafers for a pair of heels and you’re ready to go.
Max Mara cropped open-back cady jumpsuit, $397 from Net-a-porter
Printed with red and white vertical candy stripes for elongating your frame, this cotton-poplin jumpsuit from MSGM is cut for a wide-leg fit and trimmed with structured ruffles across the front. Meaning, it is super snug to be in with a flattering cut.
For work, we suggest wearing this with a pair of heeled embellished loafers. For dates, wear it with a slip on mules or dressy sandals.
MSGM ruffled striped cotton-poplin jumpsuit, $237 from Net-a-porter