Jumpsuits Take Over This Week's Best-Dressed List

We're jumping for joy (get it?).

This week, our best-dressed list has been overrun with jumpsuits. Not only are they great for transitioning into cooler fall weather, but they're also insanely easy to wear (you don't need to worry about matching your top to your bottom).

Check out our favorite looks of the week and pick up some tips on how to wear jumpsuits from some of our favorite stars.

Juxtapose masculine and feminine design elements.
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Abigail Spencer in Mason by Michelle Mason: Everything works harmoniously in this outfit. The plunging neckline is contrasted nicely by the loose-fitting trousers and the slightly masculine feel of the pinstripes in the jumpsuit.

You need a LBJ (little black jumpsuit).
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Michelle Monaghan: A classic black jumpsuit is similar to a LBD in that it works for almost all occasions. Monaghan could have certainly amped up this look with a cooler clutch or statement earrings, but we can't argue with her simple approach.

When your outfit is printed, you don't have to pay as much attention to accessories.
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Jordana Brewster in Madewell: We love when a celebrity makes the best-dressed list in something we can actually afford (like this $148 jumpsuit). This look is great because it's a statement all on its own (no cool accessories required). We are all for outfits that require little effort and this is it.

Light pink can help make a tan pop.
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Emily Ratajkowski in Maria Lucia Hohan: Ratajkowski has been on fire these past few weeks and this gown is no exception. The fit is spectacular, the color really pops against her tanned skin and the silk tulle makes it look like she is floating along.

Monochromatic outfits make you look longer.
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Maria Sharapova in Chloe: It's rare that we get to see athletes out of their workout gear, but when we do, it's such a treat. Dressing a 6'2" frame isn't easy, but this white mini dress is doing her justice. The short hemline and lace details make her look feminine and summery and her heels help make her appear even longer.

Dark side panels help define your shape.
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Alison Brie in Prabal Gurung: The actress clearly knows how to pick flattering cuts. White can be an unforgiving color, but the black side panels really help to define her shape and ensure that the light hue doesn't make her look wider than she really is.

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