Jump Into Spring with Chic Rompers and Catsuits

No longer relegated to teeny-boppers or the Swinging 60s, many of our favorite designers offered up jumpsuits in every imaginable color-combination and shape for spring.

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No longer relegated to teeny-boppers or the Swinging 60's, some of our favorite designers offered up jumpsuits in every imaginable color-combination and shape for spring. A bubble-hem along the pant leg of this brightly-striped catsuit at Marc by Marc Jacobs, for example, gives the look a cheery, genie-in-a-bottle effect.
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Rachel Comey updated familiar form-fitting jumpsuits by rendering them in funky graphic prints and adding pleated volume at the hip. We love the way Comey's gold and olive leaf print feels like a military camo at first glance.
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Luxe details and unusual embellishments emerged on a number of spring jumpsuits and rompers. Bensoni's dynamic evening variety included silk chiffon sleeves and a thin black belt.
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Likewise, a silk jersey hood and dramatic sash at the waist gives this jewel-tone jumpsuit at Donna Karan a hip, downtown-y appeal.
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Preppy details like the subtle collar on Vena Cava's short beige jumper makes the look feel more polished and pulled-together.
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Sleek and chic, Bottega Veneta's jet black evening jumpsuit featured a deep V neckline and a gathered pant-leg.
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Karen Walker put her signature cheeky spin on a blouse-y draw-string jumpsuit by adding oodles of sewn confetti detailing at the shoulder.
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At Alex Wang, jumpsuits were barely recognizable rendered in soft layers of stark white silk chiffon, giving the overall look more of a gown-like effect.
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Altuzarra's sporty take on the jumpsuit trend included long fitted sleeves and a slightly flared pant-leg. A shock-orange belt breaks up the look.
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Richard Chai's ethereal spring collection was a meditation on desert warfare, and included long, slouchy jumpsuits like the one pictured layered over thin silk t-shirts and sheer turtlenecks.
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Max Osterweis can always be counted on to deliver looks that both playful and quirky, and his "granny-print" rompers for Suno were no exception, conceived in warm earth tones and accented with soft ruffle detailing along the neck.
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Rebecca Taylor's grown-up interpretation of the look included this strapless floral jumpsuit with wide gaucho-legs. Tiers of ruffled silk and a beige patent belt give the impression of a flowery sundress.
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