Dresses are awesome because they require little to no effort. Slip in, slip out, and you can be on your merry way. Now, jumpsuits and rompers should have the same effect, but they carry a bit of a stigma, even though they’re great to incorporate into your wardrobe as alternative one-piece options. They’re called playsuits because they’re fun. We’ve plucked twelve denim pieces that make our cut for spring and summer, check them out below!
1. A.P.C. Blue Denim Jumpsuit 2. Emma Cook Sleeveless Jumpsuit 3. Twenty8Twelve ‘Hardy’ Romper
4. Dolce Vita Kate Chambray Romper 5. Paul & Joe Drawstring Chambray Playsuit 6. Sessun Jumpsuit
7. Miss Selfridge Crochet Denim Playsuit 8. ASOS Pussybow Denim Playsuit 9. See by Chloe Denim Playsuit
10. Levi’s Denim Playsuit 11. Topshop Acid Denim Playsuit 12. Gap 1969 Denim Wrap Jumpsuit
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Blogger and bonafide fashionista Jenny Ong always has great denim infused looks with a quaint flirty charm, and this layered number is no exception. Her trendy pattern-clash ensemble is perfectly styled with a light wash denim work shirt, which actually helps to anchor the look together by acting as a neutral. Adding fun layers like this together is a great way to keep your wardrobe easily adaptable for those cool, brisk morning into warm afternoon days as we head into spring. Take it a step further by throwing on a colorful chunky piece of jewelry like Jenny’s necklace and a bright bag to really take it to the next level of bold spring style.
For more looks by Jenny Ong check out her Lookbook page and blog.
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Funny that an e-commerce site which consistently has the most adorable photo shoots in town burst onto the scene with the name “Nasty”, but if this is Nasty, we don’t wanna be nice. Nasty Gal‘s front page is currently a spring styling spectacular. We couldn’t help but gush with you over this band groupie meets neo-70s bombshell outfit. Light wash skinny jeans are cuffed to make way for epic Jeffrey Campbell peep toe platforms. A casual gray t-shirt is matched with bangles, oversize sunglasses, a thin belt, and the token wide-brimmed hat. This balance of swanky-casual is a prime example of warm weather jeans coming out to play. So, are you ready to get nasty?
—Michelle Christina Larsen
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