A while back, my friend Lori asked me what article of clothing can sub in for a caftan, comfort-wise, when it gets cold out, and I was a bit mystified as to how to answer her until I realized that jumpsuits kind of work for that. The only problem is that mostly they’re made for warmer weather, with lighter materials. The following specimens are all on the heavier-weight side—like this cute denim number, which I like because the pants fit snugly.
The burnt orange hue on this one is nicely unexpected, and it’s made of heavyweight stretch denim.
The boatneck on this sweater jumpsuit is really good.
And here’s something similar in extended sizes.
The denim here is nicely washed out, and I like the tapered leg.
I’d love a jumpsuit in sweatshirt material (like this one) for lounging about.
This is a pretty good camo print, and I dig the slouchy fit.
I’m intrigued by the pleats here, and usually pleats scare me.
This jumpsuit has a cool utilitarian vibe, and I like the D-ring belt.
Here’s a pretty sharp one, for when you’re trying to look very presentable but still deeply comfortable.