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10 Under-$100 Jumpsuits That Are the Comfiest Thing to Wearing No Pants at All

Zoe Weiner

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If you’re feeling bored of your usual quarantine wardrobe rotation of “leggings, sweatpants, repeat,” allow us to introduce you to another article of clothing worth adding to the mix: comfortable jumpsuits.

I could write you a 5,000 word essay about why jumpsuits (and their cut-off cousin, the romper) are the best type of clothing to ever grace this earth, but in the interest of time allow me to break it down into a few key points. For starters, they’re an entire outfit in themselves, which means you never have to think about matching a shirt to a pair ‎of pants. Not only are they super comfortable, but something about being in a romper—even the super-casual ones made of t-shirt material that are practically pajamas—makes you feel put together. And that goes double when you pair them with a statement accessory or two.

The jumpsuit is truly what quarantine uniform dreams are made of, because they’ve got it all: ease of wear, comfort, and style. And, bonus, most of them don’t require you to wear a bra. We rounded up some of the cutest and coziest ones on the internet, which you’ll want to wear long after you’re allowed to (finally!) leave your house.

Wild Fable Women’s Sleeveless V-Neck Knit Jumpsuit, $28

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As far as comfortable jumpsuits go, this is one of the best of the best. The super-soft suit looks just as cute layered over a long-sleeve tee as it does on top of a sports bra or bandeau.

Madewell Tie-Strap Cover-Up Jumpsuit, $88

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Thanks to its breezy linen fabric, this jumpsuit will keep you looking and feeling cool all summer long… even if you’re just hanging out in your un-air conditioned apartment.

Cotton On Curve Up Tie Playsuit, $30

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This will be the only thing you’ll want to wear for the rest of quarantine, and then the only thing you’ll want to wear to the beach all summer when it’s finally over.

Free People Venice Convertible Joggers, $78

We love a multi-purpose piece, especially when it comes to WFH-wear. These two-for-one pants can be worn around your waist, or pulled up to create an adorable strapless jumpsuit.

ASOS DESIGN shirred romper with frill sleeve, $22

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This “party on the top, pajama on the bottom” romper is perfect for all those waist-up video calls.

Asskdan Women’s Casual V Neck Button Down Cotton Linen Short Sleeve Jumpsuit Romper with Pockets, $20

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Remember the playsuit you wore every single day when you were little? This is basically the grown-up version of that, in the best possible way.

Sexyshine Women Strap Off Shoulder Printed Beachwear Tank Short Romper Jumpsuits, $17

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Not only does this little short suit come in 20-plus different colors, but the fact that it’s strapless means that pulling it off to pee is easier than ever.

H+M Smocked Jumpsuit, $50

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Slipping on this one-piece is the easiest way to master the “comfortable professional” look that WFH dreams are made of.

Angashion Women’s Sexy V Neck Printed Spaghetti Strap Beach Romper Shorts Jumpsuit, $25

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Want to trick you coworkers into thinking you put on an *actual* dress to WFH? This optical illusion-creating look has got you covered.

Everlane The Luxe Cotton Jumpsuit, $68

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This wear-everywhere suit is currently on sale for $68 (down from the usual $100), which is as good an excuse as any to add it to your quarantine rotation.

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