With the spring and summer wedding circuit upon us, it’s safe to assume your calendar is filling with weekend nuptials or occasions celebrating brides-to-be like a bachelorette party, bridal shower, or rehearsal dinner. This means you’re undoubtedly in need of a killer outfit—and a jumpsuit you can wear to a wedding is a worthwhile choice for sprucing up in style. If you have wedding after wedding on your agenda, you may become familiar with dress fatigue and find yourself craving an alternative in which a jumpsuit is perfection! Or, you’re simply not a dress girl and prefer a different all-in-one option. Kudos to you. Whatever your reason for a jumpsuit, we love the one-and-done piece as an option for wedding guest attire. So, what is your jumpsuit style? If you’re one to follow trends, spring has several on the docket and each one translates well into jumpsuits. Pretty pastels like lavender or mint are lovely. Elie Saab offers a silk crepe cape-sleeve option that’s beyond gorgeous. For a bolder take on color, happy hues are big for the season, too. Think bright yellow, red, blue, green, and beyond. Romantic details like corseting, waist-ties, feminine ruffles, and delicate fabrics are big for the season, too. Zimmermann has a pretty printed style with a ruffled neckline and cinched waist. Or, consider Rebecca Taylor’s structured take which is cut in a one-shoulder silhouette in floral jacquard. So sweet! Bolder prints and vivid color-block patterns make a statement. If this sounds up your alley, look to M Missoni’s lurex all-in-one, Free People’s flower-power off-the-shoulder jumper, or Topshop’s wrap-style jumpsuit done in a daisy print. All come with retro, ‘70s appeal. We’re also for Rosie Assoulin’s delightful plaid off-the-shoulder style—a super fresh alternative to floral prints—the puffed long sleeves bring an unexpectedly romantic balance to the menswear-inspired print. Polka dots are major for spring and a fun way to do prints if florals aren’t your thing. Whistles has a sleek two-tone version; Fame & Partners designed a tiered silhouette that’s made for twirling on the dance floor; Mango has done a suiting-inspired take complete with splashier bold polka dots. If you’re a slave to black, fret not. Fresh versions abound for you, too. Not so basic versions are the ticket—Target brand Melonie T has a long ruffle-sleeve version that’s at once fashion-forward and simple. Or, MSGM has an asymmetric one-shoulder style trimmed with ruffles—this one is for the noir lover willing to go bold. If you think a jumpsuit is a look you want to try for your next take on wedding guest attire, scroll through our edit of 29 styles here. From romantic and printed to bold and colorful to simple and sophisticated, these jumpsuits are guaranteed to turn heads.