20 Wedding Jumpsuits for Every Budget and Style

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Best Bridal Jumpsuits

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Whether you're having a pared-back courthouse ceremony or planning to wear a second look for your reception or afterparty, a bridal jumpsuit always makes a fresh statement. From modern and simple to ornate and dramatic, there are scores of jumpsuits available in a range of silhouettes and price points to suit every bride's style and budget.

The modern bride will appreciate clean and sleek jumpsuits with minimal details while the bride with a bohemian sensibility will gravitate towards laidback styles crafted from linen and eyelash lace. If you're a bride who covets Old Hollywood glam, you'll be drawn to jumpsuits with intricate embellishments and shimmering details. Whether you go sleek, embellished, or bohemian, a bridal jumpsuit is also an excellent option for other events leading up to the big day (like the engagement party, bridal shower, or rehearsal dinner). Plus, you can easily wear one again for formal events down the road.

Read on for the best wedding jumpsuits for the modern and effortlessly chic bride.

Most Effortless: ML Monique Lhuillier Doutzen V-Neck Jumpsuit

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This spaghetti strap jumpsuit exudes elevated effortlessness by way of clean lines. We love it for a fashion-forward bride who loves minimalist silhouettes with a touch of glamour.

Best Budget: ASOS EDITION Off-Shoulder Drape Wedding Jumpsuit

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Courtesy of ASOS

Look no further than this ASOS wide-leg style for a bridal jumpsuit look that's both feminine and dramatic. In addition to the trendy off-the-shoulder neckline, the draped sleeves and open back are alluring as ever.

For the Sexy Bride: Badgley Mischka Cutout Jumpsuit

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If you're looking for an afterparty look with unexpected details, then this style from BHLDN is a must. Featuring a sexy keyhole cutout and fringe detail, this jumpsuit was made for the dance floor.

For the Minimalist: Galvan Paneled Crepe Jumpsuit

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A stunning jumpsuit for modern brides, this Galvan creation features a wide-leg silhouette and notched bodice with supportive boning. With a geometric back, it's stunning from all angles.

For a City Wedding: Rasario Strapless Satin Jumpsuit

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It doesn't get sleeker than this strapless jumpsuit by Rasario. With a bustier-inspired silhouette, we're picturing it on a city bride for the wedding or rehearsal dinner.

For the Fashion-Forward Bride: Emilia Wickstead Sweetheart-Neckline Wool-Crepe Jumpsuit

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Sleek and sophisticated, this pared-back jumpsuit makes for an ultra-modern bridal moment. It's a highly versatile style that can go from city to beach, depending on accessories—baroque pearls, diamonds, and sculptural gold pieces are a few of our favorites.

Best Plus Size: Eloquii Lace Wide Leg Jumpsuit

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This long-sleeve jumpsuit is begging to be worn by a bride, featuring a high neckline and wide legs. Our favorite part? The geometric lace as a bolder alternative to guipure or Chantilly styles.

For a Formal Wedding: DB Studio One-Shoulder Crepe Wedding Jumpsuit with Bow

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If you're seeking out a formal jumpsuit, this one-shoulder style is so elegant. The draped bow sweetly accents the sleekness of the crepe fabric while the removable sash perfectly highlights the waist.

Most Tailored: Black Halo Zip Front Jumpsuit

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Courtesy of Shopbop

This sophisticated jumpsuit is ideal for the unfussy bride and features a hidden zipper-front making it incredibly easy to get in and out of.

For the Bohemian: Cushnie Cropped Lace Jumpsuit

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Courtesy of Lulus

With a bohemian sensibility, this cropped lace jumpsuit is feminine and fresh. It feels quintessential for an outdoor wedding in a garden, at a vineyard, or farm.

Best with Pockets: Amsale Crepe Tailored Jumpsuit

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 Courtesy of Amsale

Perfectly combining modern style with classic style, this strapless Amsale jumpsuit is tailored with precision. Crafted from sleek duchess satin and featuring wide-leg pleated pants, this style is perfect for those with minimalist taste.

Most Versatile: Stretch Crepe Jumpsuit with Detachable Train

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 Courtesy of Amsale

Now you don't have to choose between a jumpsuit or an oh-so-bridal train because Amsale has brought you both in one style!

Most Unique: Rime Arodaky Embroidered Tulle and Crepe Jumpsuit

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Rime Arodaky designs for brides seeking the unexpected, and this bridal jumpsuit is no exception. Whether for the ceremony, reception, or afterparty, it makes a bold bridal statement.

For the Boho Bride: Galvan Knotted Striped Satin Jumpsuit

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This satin jumpsuit is a real showstopper and features feminine puff sleeves and dramatic ties. We love this flowing wide-leg jumpsuit for the bohemian bride.

For a Fall Wedding: Brandon Maxwell Strapless Wool-Silk Jumpsuit

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Courtesy of Moda Operandi

This wool jumpsuit by Brandon Maxwell is a modern minimalist's dream. Featuring a strapless neckline and belted waist, it's sensational for a city bride in the fall.

Most Elegant: Roland Mouret One-Shoulder Wool-Crepe Jumpsuit

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Minimalist doesn't equate to boring, as proven by this elegant jumpsuit. The asymmetrical neckline and one-shoulder design add just enough interest without feeling over-the-top.

Most Unexpected: Danielle Frankel Delilah Tulle and Lace-Trimmed Cady Jumpsuit

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Courtesy of Moda Operandi

This tailored jumpsuit from Danielle Frankel is beyond chic and perfect for the bride-to-be who isn’t afraid to make a serious fashion statement. 

Best Strapless: Lulus Strapless Jumpsuit

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Courtesy of Lulus

If you're looking for a strapless bridal jumpsuit, this Lulus style is the epitome of sleek and chic. The wrap detail beautifully accentuates the clean lines and crisp fabric for a modern look.

For the Rehearsal Dinner: Rotate Sweetheart-Neck Jumpsuit

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Courtesy of MyTheresa

At once sleek and feminine, this slim-cut jumpsuit guarantees a 'wow' bridal moment. Whether for an engagement party, rehearsal dinner, or the wedding, it's a sophisticated choice for any modern brides.

Best Off-the-Shoulder: Lulus Lace Bodice Jumpsuit

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Courtesy of Lulus

This spaghetti strap jumpsuit exudes elevated effortlessness by way of clean lines and whimsical embroidery. We love it for a fashion-forward bride in a lush outdoor setting.

What to look for in bridal jumpsuit

Just like wedding dresses, bridal jumpsuits come in a myriad of silhouettes, lengths, and fabrics. When it comes to narrowing down your options, it’s helpful to identify what silhouettes work best for your body types and what fabrics are appropriate for the season. If you’re going for a classic and tailored look, opt for jumpsuits with fitted silhouettes and tapered legs. For a more modern look, go for wide-legged jumpsuits with asymmetrical necklines. And like with any wedding outfit, keep in mind that your jumpsuit may need tailoring so it's important to leave some room in your budget for any alterations. 

FAQ
  • Is a jumpsuit appropriate for a wedding?

    Absolutely! More and more brides are choosing to wear jumpsuits for their ceremony, reception, after-party, and beyond. Bridal jumpsuits come in a wide range of silhouettes to suit all styles and dress codes.

  • How can I accessorize my wedding jumpsuit?

    If you're a minimalist bride, you could experiment with delicate personal jewelry or monochromatic accessories. If you're having a beach wedding, opt for wedges or block heels and a raffia clutch.

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