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9 Comfy Jumpsuits Perfect for Travel

A good travel jumpsuit elevates your trip in one packable piece. Whether you’re looking for a plane outfit that will feel like you’re wrapped in a cozy blanket or a high-performance-material jumpsuit you can re-wear between washes, the on-trend trouser/top combo always means avoiding gapping, bunching, and wardrobe malfunctions so you can focus on the journey instead.

From adventure-appropriate options to streamlined comfort that will earn you style points, here are the best jumpsuits for travel.

Toad & Co. Tara Hemp Sleeveless Jumpsuit

toad & co tara hemp sleeveless jumpsuit.

Aided by its sustainable high-performance material—hemp—Toad & Co.’s Tara Hemp Jumpsuit is perfect for casual adventures in both warm and cool weather. How? Hemp is a porous material that breathes when your body is warm, but the fabric is also a substantial one that layers well with sweaters and scarves on the chilly plane. The tie-shoulders and simple elastic-waist design make this jumpsuit an ideal coverall for outdoor activities, and it can be dressed up with sandals for multiple wears on your next trip.

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Amour Vert Gardenia Jumpsuit

amour vert gardenia jumpsuit.

A perfectly fitting black jumpsuit is the new (and more travel-friendly) little black dress, and Amour Vert’s Gardenia Jumpsuit proves it. This soft, flattering, and wrinkle-resistant jersey jumpsuit became my uniform on a recent trip to humid Asia—and it could just as easily serve as a workhorse garment in any other locale.

Made from silky smooth beechwood fabric that’s carbon-neutral and comfortably cool, the Gardenia jumpsuit’s wrap waist and wide-leg pants feel like pajamas while looking like a million bucks. Go ahead, throw it in your suitcase and change into it upon arrival—the stretchy material is virtually wrinkle proof.

Bonus: Looking for something a little more dressed up? Amour Vert’s sustainable, made-in-America options include the Alizon Silk Jumpsuit. The 100-percent silk number with flutter sleeves literally shines on business trips where you’ll need to dress up a little—or could even be dressed up for a destination wedding. You’ll definitely want to rewear it—just make sure your hotel room has an iron on-hand, as silk is a wrinkle-prone fabric.

Boden Camille Ponte Jumpsuit

boden camille ponte jumpsuit

Want a modest jumpsuit that’s as comfortable as it is fun? Enter Boden’s Camille Ponte Jumpsuit, which comes in two bright patterns of stretchy, breathable fabric—and has pockets. Fluted sleeves and a zippered back make for reliable coverage, and this jumpsuit comes in petite and tall options for those who have a length issue with most standard jumpsuits.

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CASLON Surplice Crop Jumpsuit

CASLON surplice crop jumpsuit

Pajamas on the plane (and on the go) are possible thanks to CASLON’s Surplice Crop Jumpsuit, a stretchy cotton blend pull-on jumpsuit with sleeves that’s easy to dress up with flats and a blazer or go casual with sandals and a scarf. Roomy side pockets and a snap closure at the V-neck make it secure and travel-friendly.

Patagonia Women’s Fleetwith Romper

patagonia womens fleetwith romper

A sportier, sleeveless version of pajamas on the go, the Patagonia Fleetwith Romper is made of stretchy poly-spandex that’s quick-drying and wrinkle resistant. It has stylish touches like crossed straps, scalloped pant hems, and fun pattern options, plus two rear pockets and a concealed side pocket perfect for travel.

Everlane’s The Linen Jumpsuit

everlane the linen jumpsuit.

Pretty much everything Everlane comes up with is as sustainable as it is comfortably stylish, and its new linen jumpsuit is sure to be no exception. Linen breathes in heat and humidity better than most other fabrics, and the adjustable, thick straps mean you won’t need to worry about which bra to wear with it—because a slippery strapless is never the answer when you’re traveling.

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Amour Vert Terra Jumpsuit

amour vert terra jumpsuit.

Another sustainably cozy Amour Vert option, the Terra Jumpsuit is about as comfortable as you’ll get in a jumpsuit on the plane. The oversized kimono-sleeve style of this jumpsuit means you’re swimming in cool, soft Modal (Beechwood sourced) fabric. Yet the cinched tie waist and tailored pleating look like you actually put in some effort. This jumpsuit has spacious pockets, and can always be dressed up for more use.

Ava & Viv Chambray Sleeveless Jumpsuit

ava and viv chambray sleeveless jumpsuit.

Plus-size Target line Ava & Viv has no shortage of jumpsuits worth snatching up for travel, but the Chambray Sleeveless Jumpsuit is ideal for its breathable denim alternative that will stand out in a crowd. The combination of zippered back and elastic waist is ultra-flattering, and the wide-leg cut makes it stylish.

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By Shannon McMahon

Editor Shannon McMahon is always planning her next trip and often writing in her travel journal. Follow her on Twitter @shanmcmahon_ and on Instagram @shanmcmahon.

Shannon joined SmarterTravel in 2015. A former news reporter, she's lived in the south of Spain, spotted elephants in Sri Lanka, gone spelunking in the Caribbean, hiked Jordan's Petra Basin, interviewed Sao Paulo's Michelin-Star chefs, and explored China via bullet train. Travel trends, news oddities, and her visits to up-and-coming destinations are some of her favorite things to write about.

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