Everyone Can Wear a Jumpsuit

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Every time we see one of our favorite celebrities sporting a jumpsuit, our thought process is always the same: "I really should get myself one of those things." Then, "Actually, forget it — it wouldn't look as good on me as it does on them."

However, after scrolling through Instagram recently, we quickly realized just how wrong we were. Jumpsuits, in fact, work for everybody — no matter what your body type. Don't believe us? We thought you might say that, which is why we've rounded up a few real-girl pictures as proof. Read on to see how you can style it for your build, then shop some stylish options below. Bonus: it's a one and done kind of thing, too — a lazy girl's dream outfit!

For Tall Girls
Instagram | smashleybell

For Tall Girls

It's no surprise that almost any jumpsuit — no matter the cut or color — will look great on tall girls. A good tip in general is that it's the neckline that creates the focus. If you want to draw attention up toward your face, opt for a higher neckline. Also, make sure that the top and bottom are balanced. If the top is loose, you should go with a tighter bottom and vice versa.

For Curvy Girls
Instagram | calliethorpe

For Curvy Girls

Ladies with curves can totally rock this trend, too. A must have on your shopping list? A cool, waist-defining belt. And don't be shy about sporting patterns, either. Going with a small print, such as polka dots, is a fun way to spice things up.

For Athletic Girls
Instagram | weworewhat

For Athletic Girls

It's you who can pull off the revealing cuts, like deep v-necks or strappy tops. Plus, no one will judge you if you sport your sneakers with them either — it's very on-trend right now.

For Petite Girls
Instagram | laceandlocks

For Petite Girls

You don't have to be tall — petites can totally hop on the jumpsuit bandwagon. A solid one-piece can actually be very elongating, since it creates an unbroken, vertical line. You'll also want to go with a skinnier leg, since wider options can often overpower a small frame.

For Fancy Occasions
Instagram | hannahbronfman

For Fancy Occasions

You can easily dress up a jumpsuit for a wedding or other formal events — it's all in the cut and how you accessorize. If you're around family or children, go with something a bit more modest — a higher neckline, perhaps? — and stick with a solid color. Then, jazz it up with strappy heels, a belt, and a blazer. Done.

For the Weekend
Instagram | somethingnavy

For the Weekend

Ah, the weekend: the two laziest days of the week. If you truly need to venture out of the house, a chic, drawstring jumpsuit is a girl's best friend. Go with something that's loose enough that you won't feel uncomfortable but tight enough to show off your shape and not look like you're wearing a onesie. Also never, ever go with harem. We're pretty sure that style looks good on no one.

For the Office
Instagram | blaireadiebee

For the Office

Fact: you don't have to sacrifice style just because you're headed to work. While you probably wouldn't want to wear anything too revealing around your boss, a long-sleeved jumpsuit is a fun alternative to your typical trousers. But just like your other office-appropriate clothing, the most important thing is fit — otherwise, things could get sloppy. If it's too loose or oversize, a quick trip to the tailor will surely do the trick.