When we were in our teens, the jumpsuit was all the rage. And now that we’re a little older (and unfortunately can’t fit into the stuff from our closets of yore), they’re making a huge comeback. Jumpsuits were seen all over the runways for Spring 2009, from Topshop Unique and Richard Nicoll to Derercuny and Eley Kishimoto. Even celebs like Vanessa Hudgens have gotten in on the act with this little floral number — the Spring Blossom Playsuit by Rebecca Taylor — which she wore recently at the premiere of Watchmen. (You can get your own for $345 at net-a-porter.com.)
Now, you may be worrying that the jumpsuit isn’t the most flattering item you could pick off the rack. But no matter what your figure, there’s one to suit you. And the best news? There’s one for every budget! Check out our faves.
Arden B. Colorblock Tube Jumpsuit
Shots of royal blue and yellow jazz up an Empire-waist silhouette with flared, flowing legs.
$20 at ardenb.com
A/X Armani Exchange Sateen Jumpsuit
This little number in lustrous stretch sateen is perfect for nights out with the girls.
$79 at armaniexchange.com
Express Tiered Short Jumpsuit
The tiered ruffles on this romper-esque version mean it’s flattering for all body types!
$49.50 at express.com
Ogle Robin Jumpsuit
At first glance, you may think not many body types can pull this off. But the flared leg elongates the figure, while the soft fabric and slouchy silhouette make it look totally effortless.
$160 at saks.com
Juicy Couture Terry Wide Leg Jumpsuit
Juicy’s signature cotton terry has been reimagined in this adorable jumpsuit, which looks so much like a tank and lounge pants that it’s definitely our go-to option for casual days.
$198 at shopbop.com
Aqua Strapless Wide Leg Jersey Jumpsuit
Wrap ties cinch the waist just so, while the flowing jersey can go from day to night easily with the strapless top.
$58 at bloomingdales.com
Lulu’s Special Cargo Jumpsuit in Black
A sweet little floral print makes this romper really stand out in a crowd.
$35 at lulus.com
Urban Outfitters Ecote Stripe Knit Onesie
Yes, the term “onesie” is usually better left to describing baby clothes. But in the case of this ultra-cool button-front romper, we’ll let it slide.
$58 at urbanoutfitters.com