Jumpsuits Are Easy-Peasy

You know those days when you don’t feel like putting a lot of effort into your outfit, but you want to look like you put a lot of effort into your outfit? I have those days quite a bit, and I’ve found the perfect solution: jumpsuits. Particularly the workwear-inspired jumpsuits that everyone seems to be wearing right now.

I splurged on my own jumpsuit last year for my birthday and I’ve got to say, I don’t regret it one bit. If you’re looking to invest in a statement piece that you’ll get a ton of wears out of, you’ll definitely want to check out the ethical and sustainable jumpsuits on this list.

1. Short-Sleeve Jumpsuit in Vintage Tee Off-White by Big Bud Press, $172 | Big Bud Press is known for its super-durable jumpsuits that come in a variety of cool colors. This off-white short-sleeve jumpsuit is perfect for casual Friday at work or a night of karaoke with friends. Ethically-made in LA from 100% cotton twill.

2. Hemp Boiler Suit in Sienna by Back Beat Co., $160 | This comfy twist on the workwear jumpsuit is everything you could ask for in a staple wardrobe piece. It’s an effortlessly cool look, with plenty of room for movement if you’re on-the-go. Made using environmentally-friendly practices in Los Angeles.

3. Nova Jumpsuit by M.i.h Jeans, £265 | This striking jumpsuit is out of this world—hence the name! With a cinched waist (and what seems to be more zippers than I can count), this jumpsuit is bound to turn heads when you walk into a room. Made using eco-conscious production practices in the UK.

4. Lucky Jumpsuit in Velvet by LACAUSA, $188 | The simplistic fit of this classic canvas jumpsuit makes it easy to dress up with a pair of boots or dress down with a pair of sneakers. However you choose to style it, you’ll inevitably look like the most cool, calm, and collected version of yourself. Made ethically in downtown LA.

Celeste M. Scott is the Social Media Coordinator at The Good Trade. She is a writer and photographer who is passionate about film and Internet culture. She can often be found sifting through the racks at her local Savers. You can find her work on her website and Instagram.