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7 Sleek Jumpsuits To Head Back To Work On A Fuss-Free Note

The jumpsuit is no mere lazy day ensemble: it’s a fun yet formal, and will, bring you from desks to drinks in a flash. From sleeveless to bustier, cropped to flare, they are the saviours when you’re pressed for time. We’re all for rocking up in these on the first work day of the year — just in case a drink at half past six in the evening is in order.

Python printed jumpsuit by Zara, S$99.90
A bold, printed attire is good enough to make a statement during your evening date. That is, if you already have one scheduled once you knock off on Jan 2. If you’d wish to go for a loud print (read: python), opt for safer, monochrome colours that will be suitable for the office. Flared jumpsuit with button details by Zara, S$119
The button-down detail makes it work appropriate, while the flared bottoms with slits are a little more fun than staid. Checkered jumpsuit by Topshop, S$116
Tone down with simple accessories if you wish to don a printed outfit for work. A simple pair of nude mid-heels and a minimalist gold bangle is sufficient. Bandeau jumpsuit by Missguided, S$68.90, via Zalora
You can always make a bandeau jumpsuit work appropriate with this one simple rule: lop on a blazer to sharpen the whole look. Belted long jumpsuit by Mango, S$99.90
A sleeveless ensemble can still look sharp and sleek, provided if it’s in black. Dress this with a pair of black leather pumps underneath to elevate the look. Tailored jumpsuit by H&M, S$94.95
Move over, LBD. Here comes your new to-go piece: the LBJ (little black jumpsuit). Not only is this number perfect for work when you wear it with a pair of sturdy oxfords, it can be casual if you dress it down with some flat sandals. Off-the-shoulder jumpsuit by H&M, S$74.95
We’d love a piece that flaunts one of the sexiest body part: the collarbone. Match this with a pair of suede court heels to look saucier. Pro tip: refrain from having a glass of red during your dinner appointment.