Let’s talk Jumpsuits

And why they are amazing!

If you’ve never tried to wear a jumpsuit before, I’m going to challenge you to try. You can find them for every body type and I’m telling you — they can change your life. Depending on the parts of your body that you are either looking to accentuate or cover, there are all types of jumpsuits out there. And let me tell you why they can change your life.

They are your entire outfit — all in one.

Navy floral jumpsuit and blush slides.

If you prefer a pant but want the look of a dress — jumpsuit.

Meg Biram in National Gallery of Art.

If you want something you can quickly throw on and look put together — jumpsuit.

Meg Biram in front of an Untitled Rothko painting from 1957.

If you don’t want to mess with trying to find a top and bottom that go together — jumpsuit.

Meg Biram at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.

If you want to travel with less pieces of clothing — jumpsuit.

Kimono Jumpsuit and blush slides.

The majority of jumpsuits (like the jumpsuit I’m wearing) cinch at the natural waist, which for a lot of women is a flattering look. You can find jumpsuits that hug your curves or ones that hide them — it’s up to you to try them on. But if you’ve never dared wear one — I challenge you to try some on next time you are shopping! If you hate going shopping and trying clothes on in fitting rooms then just order from somewhere like Nordstrom or Shopbop that has free shipping and free returns.

Meg Biram in Barnett Newman room at the National Gallery of Art.

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Meg Biram in front of Site à l'homme assis sculpture by Jean Dubuffet

Peruse some of my favorite jumpsuits:



Shop all types of jumpsuits at Shopbop, ASOS, Nordstrom, and Revolve.

Meg Biram and Jackson Pollock's Number 1, 1950 (Lavender Mist)

Photos by Laura Metzler