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

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.