There’s a lot to love about jumpsuits. They accentuate your best parts and gamely provide camo for the others. They are easy to dress down or play up (see: strappy stilettos and statement earrings). They easily form the underpinning of an amazing outfit, like this flared style from Sies Marjan (top it off with a faux fur stole or jacket), or they can be the entire outfit, as with the classically tailored look from Zimmermann, above.
The main thing you’ll notice from this season’s crop of one-pieces is that the details are decidedly feminine, and the fabrics are undeniably luxe. Valentino draws inspiration from Impressionist painters to create this elegant floral style, while Finnish designer Teija lets the fabric flow with this silk crêpe de chine version. Jumpsuits may have their roots in workwear, but the latest iteration deftly brings fine tailoring and artisanal attitude into the mix. Even this vintage-themed denim look from Mira Mikati is whimsically appliquéd with a daisy in the back.
And, of course, there’s the seasonal versatility. Layer sleeveless or short-sleeve styles over a turtleneck in winter, wear them under a cropped denim jacket during the transitional months, and flex your right to bear (bare) arms during summer’s high heat. This is one look that truly flatters everyone.