Jump into Summer StyleOur favorite brands each have a unique take on summer’s hottest staple. From light-weight linen to flowing silk, we’ve prepared your definitive guide of one-piece winners to don all summer long.
Tropical TreasuresWe live where everyone vacations. From scenic beaches to exotic gardens, South Florida is an oasis that attracts millions each year. Whether you’re a tourist or a true native, slip into a light-weight floral jumpsuit and enjoy the sunshine. Diane von Furstenberg’s faux halter-neck piece features a custom floral print and a generously wide-leg, comfortable for long strolls on the boardwalk. For an understated look, Banjara’s cap-sleeve jumper features a simple flower embroidery that’s sweet without stopping traffic. These darling items are perfect for days spent in the beachside breeze.
Sleeveless Halter Jumpsuit at Diane von Furstenberg, $468.00
Banjara Cap-Sleeve Embroidered Jumpsuit at Bloomingdale’s, $102
Collins-Approved CulottesWe know the summer struggle. On some sweltering days, Florida’s heat can make wearing anything more than a swimsuit feel like a prison sentence. Keep cool and classy with culottes, one of 2017’s most coveted trends, in light neutrals. You don't have to turn down your vibe to tone down your colors. While South Floridian fashion is synonymous with vivaciousness, we admire chic simplicity.
Alice + Olivia ‘Lucie’ Stripe Jumpsuit at Nordstrom, $350
Culotte Jumpsuit in Grape Leaf at 7 for All Mankind, $209
Welcome to the ’60sViva la summer! Spike your fashion sense with a dash of 305 flavor and historical flare. Plenty by Tracy Reese’s paisley jumpsuit is a bohemian hit, hitting the high notes in an ode to Woodstock’s past and Coachella’s present. Fitting for anywhere from a concert at Bayfront Park to a brunch at Bayside, the outfit carries a free-spirited shape that fits the city’s easygoing energy.
On the contrary to the yesteryear of flower children, the ’60s also bore another famous fad: the mod movement. Optic illusions and geometric eye candy once dominated the era’s subculture, which leaks inspiration into the designers of our time. Just look at Exhibit A, M Missoni’s printed jumpsuit in a kaleidoscope of yellow, pink, teal and amber. Can you say ‘mod’ squad goals?
Plenty by Tracy Reese Paisley Halter Jumpsuit at Anthropologie, $168
Palazzo-style Geo Print Jumpsuit at M Missoni; Price available upon request
Blues Skies, Blue JeansBlue skies, blue waters—why not make it a trinity and add a blue outfit to the mix? Exemplify edge with a Philipp Plein's fitted denim playsuit. Rock this statement-making stunner to the galleries of Wynwood, and don’t skip a beat when making your entrance for a nightcap at Wood Tavern. We especially love Plein’s gilded zipper and hardware adornments.
After channeling your inner retail rebel, break out a crisp J. Crew jumper for a brunch-ready uniform. This laidback number’s best matching accessory is a mimosa, obviously.
‘Fifth Avenue’ Denim Jumpsuit at Philipp Plein, $1,085
Striped Linen Jumpsuit at J. Crew, $118
Summer Night PlaysuitsWhy does New York City get all of the credit for being the city that never sleeps? South Florida is a hub for effervescent nightlife, achieving celebrity status and attracting world-class DJs. Perhaps, the most appealing thing about nightlife in The Magic City is that there’s something for everyone. Whether your night out constitutes as a glamorous evening at Barton G or a table at LIV nightclub, there is a jumpsuit to make you turn heads in any setting. We love St. John's ‘Raja’ snakeskin printed jumper for an elegant and conservative fete. For more forthcoming festivities, BCBGMaxazria's sultry cutout jumpsuit raves of confidence that will carry into the wee hours of the night.
Raja Snakeskin Print Silk Georgette Jumpsuit at St. John, $1,495
Emjay Wide-leg Cutout Jumpsuit at BCBGMaxazria, $298