6 Jumpsuits Under $100

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Jumpsuits are really taking off this season – competing with easy cotton sundresses for most popular throw on and go outfit maker. Besides the awkward situation they put you in when it’s time to use the restroom, jumpsuits really can be a girl’s best friend. They are extremely versatile (most can be taken from day to night in a snap) and often more comfortable than jeans or shorts. The loose fit with a cinched waist is also figuring flattering on so many body types, which is why I think so many women love them.

I thought I’d share six of my favorite jumpsuits this season. And, to make it even better, I’m only sharing my favorites under $100, so as not to break the bank! Whether you’re looking for a casual jumpsuit, dressy jumpsuit, or something more trendy, I’ve got a little bit of everything for you in this roundup.

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Striped Linen Blend Jumpsuit

An easy, breezy summer jumpsuit at it’s best. This linen blend jumpsuit also has a slightly cropped leg, so no need to worry about it being long enough (or too long). I love how the stripes makes this the perfect jumpsuit for any beach vacation!  I’m wearing XS above, this particular jumpsuit keeps selling out every time it restocks but you can find a similar jumpsuit here as well.

Dressy Black Jumpsuit | Affordable Jumpsuits Under $100

Belted Cami Jumpsuit

The Charles Henry Belted Cami Jumpsuit is effortlessly trendy and comfortable. I think the combo of the flared leg with the belted waist makes it look super chic. And if you’re taller and usually shy away from flared jumpsuits, don’t fear with this one. I’m 5’11 and this one works well with flat sandals.

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Button-Down Jumpsuit

Reminiscent of the button-down linen dresses that are very hip right now, this jumpsuit is the perfect alternative. I love how effortlessly stylish this jumpsuit is. You can wear it with some simple sandals and still look like you’re super put together. But, it’s also dressy enough that you can easily rock it with some strappy heels.  SIZING NOTE – I would not recommend this for girls over 5’9″.   I did not purchase this jumpsuit in store because the wedgie situation was REAL.   This jumpsuit is ADORABLE – but made for average height ladies.   I’m wearing size XS above.

Jumpsuits under $100 You need in Your in your Closet

Casual Soft Jumpsuit

This Lou & Grey Strappy Racerback Jumpsuit feels like wearing pajamas. It’s the perfect mixture of soft fabric is a loose-fitting style. It’s a closet staple that you can throw on with some slide sandals and a pair of sunglasses and you’re ready to go!  I am wearing size XS, for a more relaxed fit, go up!

Short Sleeve Jumpsuit | Affordable Jumpsuits

Elegant Short Sleeve Jumpsuit

This Easy Crepe Jumpsuit is so effortlessly chic. The flowy sleeves and deep V-neck give it some drama, but it’s still as easy and comfortable as all your other favorite jumpsuits. And you can’t beat the price tag, it’s currently on sale under $50 and comes in black and red as well.

Jumpsuit Outfit Ideas

Skinny Black Jumpsuit

To me, a skinny legged black jumpsuit is a closet staple – like a little black dress. They are so versatile that you can grab them for pretty much any occasion from date night to a wedding to brunch with the girls. Plus, IT HAS POCKETS, which we all know makes every piece better.  This jumpsuit runs a bit small.   I am usually between XS and Small and I’m wearing the small above with just enough room.



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  • Briana
    July 5, 2018 at 4:35 am

    The button down jumpsuit is my fave! I would actually wear that!


    • Rachel
      July 17, 2018 at 7:21 pm

      thanks Briana!

  • Tabitha
    July 9, 2018 at 3:43 pm

    Great post! I love jumpsuits and how easy and comfortable they are. My favorites are the two white jumpers. So pretty!


    • Rachel
      July 17, 2018 at 7:21 pm

      Thank you Tabitha 🙂