Jumpsuits weren't made just for the catwalk models - there's a style for every woman this season with exaggerated shapes, busy spring prints and a bright new season palette. Shop them now...
A jumpsuit is the hero piece of your wardrobe: it’s that throw-on, no-need-to-coordinate, super easy piece that never fails to make an impact. The good news? They are everywhere for SS14.
From high street fashion favourites Topshop and Mango to high-end buys from Vivienne Westwood and Kenzo there really is a shape, style and price point for everyone.
Shop Marie Claire’s edit of the hottest jumpsuits and all-in-ones available to buy right now.
Wear your jumpsuit in this season’s subtle pastels like the Whistles Lovebird Jumpsuit. This number is holiday ready with a straight-cut neckline and loose-fitting legs.
A bold one-colour jumpsuit is the answer to evening and weekend dressing. Accessorise with chunky cuffs and big necklaces for night and dress down with this season’s flats for a relaxed look.
Wear all over patterns to make a statement with your jumpsuit. The Topshop Lilah All-In-One uses a larger print to balance out an elongated shape.
Topshop’s Tropical Palm Print Jumpersuit is certainly spring-ready. This season’s tropical prints don’t have to be worn in earthy colours – this bold blue is tres chic.
Bucking the jumpsuit tradition in white, the Reiss Roco Round Neck all-in-one is oh-so spring ready.
With a flared, sheer leg, this Zara Jumpsuit samples two popular SS14 trends with a floaty trouser style and a teasing sheer fabric. We love.
Mango’s Palm Print Jumpsuit could have walked straight off the catwalk with its bold, red tropical print.
Try printed denim to freshen up your jumpsuit look. The Miss Selfridge Acid Floral Denim Jumpsuit gives your favourite fabric an all-new look.
A patterned jumpsuit is particularly flattering if you’re worried how you’ll look in an all-in-one. The Cedric Charlie Trouser Jumpsuit creates alternative focal points for the eye, disguising a multitude of sins.
Kenzo ditches the prints for the Wrap-Effect Georgette Jumpsuit. We love the tie-waist and soft cobalt blue.
Denim’s 2014 spring refresh means jeans aren’t the only way we’re wearing our favourite fabric. The all-in-one looks great in denim for a more edgy look, like this Topshop piece.
The jungle print on the Wallis Lime Green Animal Print Jumpsuit will help you achieve that relaxed global traveller look so celebrated on the SS14 catwalk.
The Mother Of Pearl Dal Printed Jumpsuit features a cropped leg length to make it easy to wear all the way to high summer.
French Connection’s Calla Collette Jumpsuit features a long, flared leg to give them a chic new season fashion update.
Offset a bold white top and a sophisticated black trouser in the ultimate mock all-in-one. This one was made for storming the officewear world.
Dorothy Perkins’ Green Lily Print Jumpsuit is an outfit-maker all by itself. This all-in-one is all you need to kick off a gorgeous spring wardrobe.
J.Crew use a typically spring-like broderie anglaise to give this Honeysuckle Jumpsuit a Parisian feel. Tres chic.
Choose a matte fabric like this Topshop Lux V-Strap Jumpsuit to give your LBD some competition in the Saturday night stakes.
Monochrome is the most fashion-forward way to wear a jumpsuit in 2014. One-trend, yet understated, this bold colour clash is a season-long classic.
Our favourite high street fashion jumpsuit option is the New Look Blue Cap Sleeve Jumpsuit. Pick up this weekend must-have for under £25.
Once you’re in the Vivienne Westwood Label Floral Jumpsuit, you’ll know that spring has found its ultimate match. Wear this throughout the season for your show-stopping any-weather outfit.
Streamline your shape in the Pinko Joanna Jumpsuit with its smart silver panelling. Now, this, is clever.
Topshop’s Moto Stripe Linen Jumpsuit is a lightweight option for spring’s warmer weather days and can be easily layered over a plain white tee for an alternative day look.
The Whistles Lulu All-In-One is cropped at a shorter leg length to update the jumpsuit look for 2014. Wear this with a pair of low heels.
They don’t come much cooler than The Simple Denim Boilersuit by MiH Jeans.
A wide-legged jumpsuit with a bold floral pattern, the New Look White Floral Print Strappy All-in-One, is a sweet fashion pick for the long summer days ahead.
The Warehouse Jacquard Peg Jumpsuit pulls you in at the middle to create an elegant silhouette. This straight-legged shape and cynched in waist were made for any shape.
We think we just found your spring time wardrobe essential. The Next Navy Printed Crepe Jumpsuit features a bold floral print and some feminine cami straps.
Simple and understated, this H&M Jumpsuit is a versatile one-piece that is perfect for the office or after work drinks.
Channel Matthew Williamson’s tribal vibes in the Escape Exotic Silk Jumpsuit with its leopard prints and jungle patterns.
Lace is SS14’s fabric must-wear. Try yours all over, in this stunning cerise colour.
We love Cos for simple, staple jumpsuits, and this black silk one is no different. Dress it down with slip-on sneakers or up with heels.
Ditch the occasion dress, and make way for the Coast Kandis Jumpsuit with its structured shape and garden party appropriate spring green.
The Saint Laurent Wool-Gabardine Tuxedo Jumpsuit is something special. It could have been pulled off any red carpet, and you know it’s going to make a killer Saturday night statement.
Even in monochrome, the Oasis Jumpsuit has real spring-ready vibes with its on-trend palm tree print.
Mesh panels bring jumpsuits swiftly into spring, making the fabrics more breathable and the shapes more wearable throughout the new season. Our pick is the Warehouse Tee-Shirt Jumpsuit.
Mango’s Long Jumpsuit features a sweet-as-they-come ditsy floral and comes in a relaxed tie-waist shape for maximum movement. Hello new weekend go-to.
Renergise your little black jumpsuit with a pop of candied colour, like the Miss Selfridge Colourblock Jumpsuit.
Not only is this dove grey Next jumpsuit a gorgeous colour but the oversized bow detail at the back makes it the perfect alternative if you’re just not feeling an evening dress.
Try an oversized shape for your jumpsuit to give it that relaxed weekend feel. To dress up for night, simply add a pair of skyscraper heels.
Channel Emma Watson in this Roksanda Ilincic Trouser Jumpsuit. The coral wrap around disguises the all in one shape, giving it a chic evening look.
Team with slip-ons or strappy shoes for a chic low-key look.
With a loose-fitting shape and tee sleeves, the Coast Tamari Jumpsuit is just right for dressing up and down. Just add slick summer sandals.
This chic Warehouse jumpsuit plays with texture, providing the perfect canvas for bright, stand-out accessories.