Some pretty cute jumpsuits for right now

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This is from Alex Mill and comes in a few colors, though I’m partial to this blue because it reminds me of French workmen’s jackets.

This is made of fleece, which would be ultra-cozy, and I don’t even mind the business at the shoulder.

This Lee coverall appeals because it’s the same color as classic Carhartts.

I own this Rachel Comey number in black, and like it because the material is a bit heavier and therefore better this time of year.

This pretty lilac specimen is from a Canadian brand called Horses Atelier, and is kind of nicely feminine.

And this dusty pink jumpsuit is both well-priced and comes in extended sizes.

A sweet denim option with nice details.

This Universal Standard jumpsuit has nice wide legs, and looks desperately comfortable.

And why not a little leopard print fun?

And finally, this has a menswearish vibe I really dig.

 

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    Ashleigh
    7 Feb 2022
    12:03pm

    I’m from Toronto and so excited to see a Horses Jumpsuit on here! I’m obsessed with mine. Their flightsuit is also super flattering, and so many stylish women in Toronto have their Alchemical Coat. Would definitely recommend you check more of their clothes out.

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    Emily M.
    2 Feb 2022
    2:20pm

    They look great, but I will never buy one because of bathroom issues.

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      Gin
      3 Feb 2022
      9:28am

      Thank you. Couldn’t agree more.

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    val
    2 Feb 2022
    5:26pm

    I just scored a Rivet Utility Worker jumpsuit (normally $350 and up) on The RealReal for $60. The Worker is similar to the Lee Coverall posted above. Wow, who knew there were so many great varieties of jumpsuits. Thanks Kim for another great post!

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    Mamavalveeta03
    2 Feb 2022
    6:36pm

    I wish. With my long torso, Jumpsuits = Wedgie city

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    Kelly S
    3 Feb 2022
    9:47am

    Not for me. I have a short waist and am, let’s say, thick around the middle (ah, menopause). I would also look like a stocky little mechanic or an HVAC repairman for real. There’s a non-fashiony name for this garment, it’s COVERALLS.

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    p
    3 Feb 2022
    10:39am

    Did i pass out or was one of these jumpsuits 600$? I dont want cheap fast fashion but who can justify that expense for something so casual.. I feel more and more alienated by this site and the podcast as a middle aged suburban – formerly hip gal. Just sayin.

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      Viajera
      3 Feb 2022
      12:02pm

      Kim covers items at a range of prices. I just ignore them. Who knows, maybe the companies with higher prices pay the workers more. We can hope! I enjoy the company here, and being exposed to a different aesthetic.

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        Kelly S
        3 Feb 2022
        12:09pm

        I just figure other people aren’t poor like me and can afford it. *shrug* I found 2 perfect drapey blouses at Salvo’s for $3 each recently and was pretty pumped. It’s the thrill of the hunt.

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    Eloise
    2 Feb 2022
    10:07am

    My wallet is happy that the petite in the last one is sold out but I’m a little bummed. Petite jumpsuits are a rare breed.

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      mlinky
      2 Feb 2022
      3:53pm

      Agree! I buy the Madewell ones in petite, and wear them constantly, but they sell out quickly.

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        Jax
        2 Feb 2022
        11:46pm

        I’ve never ever found one in petite or with a short inseam. My wallet is relieved.
        I like that fleece one or the idea of a cozy fleece one, but I find the ruched, puffy sleeves to be too trendy.

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    gt
    2 Feb 2022
    10:09am

    I buy only summer jumpsuit. I just don’t like taking my top off to use toilette, especially in winter. I wear jumpsuit only when I don’t have to wear anything over the jumpsuit and the weather doesn’t make me feel weird to see my bra while peeing.

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      Jane
      2 Feb 2022
      12:20pm

      I don’t know if this is appealing to you but I wear a fitted, cropped cami under jumpsuits so it doesn’t feel like I’m stripping down. It’s especially helpful in the summer when you really don’t want an extra layer. Free People makes this really good one called the brami. I’ve got small boobs so it does the job even if it’s not super supportive. They make other cropped camis too.

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    Betsy Palmer
    2 Feb 2022
    10:50am

    All cute but interesting that 2 of the more expensive ones pull at the low hip/crotch. Why can’t these expensive brands design for people with hips? Just drop the crotch a little.

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    B
    2 Feb 2022
    11:35am

    A big big fan of that Rachel Comey jumpsuit. I’ve also gotten a few from Caron Callahan that I love but her sizing can be inconsistent and tricky.

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    MaryAlice
    2 Feb 2022
    11:39am

    I still have PTSD from that night in the late ’70’s when I was out with friends and couldn’t get my jumpsuit unzipped in time, which resulted in my having to tie my sweater around my waist and back out of the room 😉

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    Dawn
    2 Feb 2022
    1:23pm

    It’s because I’ve spent my life around car guys, but I would feel like someone was going to ask me to change their oil.

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    Ak
    2 Feb 2022
    1:46pm

    Wildfang and Big Bud for more good ones!

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    JS
    2 Feb 2022
    1:57pm

    Typically a fan of jumpsuits – especially in the warmer weather. I just can’t get past all the cropped/rolled up lengths. I don’t do cropped in the winter – even if I am wearing super cool Docs!

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    gina
    4 Feb 2022
    7:15pm

    I am always 50/50 on buying a jumpsuit. They looks so cool and comfortable but not sure they are for me. But what better way to find out then to actually try one on. Thanks for the round-up.

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