By Lashauna Williams
Updated: May 20, 2015 @ 1:00 pm
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Putting a full lewk together can be a fun and creative process, but it can also be a drag on days when you're pressed for time or just don't feel up to putting in the effort. Enter the jumpsuit, a chic yet comfortable solution to getting out the door fast. Whether you go corporate or casual, this one-piece wonder is perfect to have on hand for instant glam. Here are seven gorgeous styles to try now.

Lead image, above: ASOS Curve, $99;

Best for Work

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DKNYC, $170;

Don't be afraid to try prints in the office. The neutral base grounds the white graphic lines and creates a sleek look without being fussy. Pair with simple nude pumps and you're set for a busy day ahead.

Best for Dinner with Clients

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IGIGI, $158;

Bring your A-game in a streamlined silhouette that features a flattering wrap top and wide-leg pants.

Best for Cocktails with the Crew 

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Avenue, $79;

This bold cobalt number manages to be simple while commanding attention. Pair it with a blazer when the night gets chilly.

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Best for a Hot Date

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Ashley Stewart, $55;

Wow your date with this alluring number. Showing a sliver of stomach through mesh is not only sexy but a more modest way to take on the crop top trend.

Best for Running Errands

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ASOS Curve, $99;

With its button-down front and relaxed fit, this jumpsuit is ideal to handle all of your weekend running around. Just swap your comfy flats for heels for a Saturday night on the town.

Best for a Day at the Park

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Mossimo Supply Co., $35;

Call this your best bargain jumper. At $35, it's worth it to go ahead and spring for both color options. And you won't mind if you get grass stains or a little barbecue sauce (yum!) on it.

Best for Brunch with Girlfriends

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Torrid, $44;

Enjoy a few mimosas in a style that's got a fun, graphic print. The key to not causing sensory overload? A clean black and white color palette. Another winning quality? It looks just as good with dressy pumps as it does a pair of streamlined sneakers.

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