If you're still on the fence and need convincing that an all-in-one is for you, let this be your persuasion. Easier to wear than a dress and 10 times more practical, most jumpsuits have the inexplicable attribute of being able to work with both casual trainers and smart heels—whether they're made from denim, printed cotton or a more luxe fabric.
Hard-working and versatile, there’s a jumpsuit for literally everyone. Pick a style with straps and you're spoilt for choice with what to layer underneath; opt for a boiler-suit style and you needn't think about anything else. The French girls in the gallery below can teach us a thing or two when it comes to styling specifics, the main rules being don't try too hard and don’t forget that bit of Gallic insouciance. Keep on scrolling for the most flattering jumpsuits around.
See? Hands-down the most hard-working item of clothing you'll own and more nonchalant than a frock. The sun may not be included upon purchase of this Rouje style, but care-free hair, espadrilles and a micro handbag are what we can all aim to accessorise with.
Jeanne Damas's jumpsuits are beautifully cut.
As always, Zara comes up trumps with a purse-friendly take on the hottest styles.
Ditsy-syle prints are an ingenious way to flatter your figure.
Proving that a denim jumpsuit needn't equal dungarees, Marie shows that you can make a jean onesie utterly chic by adding metallic accessories and a splash of tweed.
Simplistic styling means you can have fun with throwing a loud blouse or embroidered top underneath.
Don't forget, black denim can be just as brilliant as blue.
This is the ultimate denim onsie.
Jumpsuit With a Nipped-In Waist
We're in love with Anne-Laure Mais's burnt orange boiler suit. It makes enough of a statement worn solo, save for a slick of mascara.
A piece of utilitarian brilliance.
The zip and belt detailing on this style makes it look for more expensive than it really is.
A timeless jumpsuit with sleeves.