These Are the Best Shoes to Wear With Jumpsuits, Period

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Jumpsuits will forever be one of our favorite all-in-one pieces. Sure, things can get awkward when you go to the bathroom and suddenly it’s just you and your birthday suit, but nothing beats how cool and effortless they look before and after that chilly moment. Of course, as is often the case, it all comes down to the right pair of shoes.

As much as we love a good pastel-colored jumpsuit à la Glossier's showroom, a denim jumpsuit that’s perfect for any occasion, or a trendy sport-inspired one, each of them can go from fashion girl to plumber, mechanic, or painter in an instant without the right accessorizing. So, if those aren’t the looks (or costumes) you’re going for, and you love a good jumpsuit like we do, this post is for you.

From colorful kicks and pointed-toe mules to sleek and chunky booties to slip-on sandals, there’s a shoe style for every jumpsuit in your wardrobe. We’ve rounded up a few foolproof shoe styles to wear with a jumpsuit—and yes, that’s even when you have to go to the bathroom.


Want comfort but still want to elevate you jumpsuit look? Boots are the way to go. Whether sleek or chunky, they will take you places—and look great doing it.

Matisse Caty Western Pointed Toe Bootie ($200)

Keep your outfit interesting with these croc-effect booties.

Mango Fur Leather Ankle Boots ($80)

Use a vibrant animal-print boot to dial up a minimal jumpsuit.

Cos Chunky Zipped Leather Boots ($285)

Utilitarian lovers rejoice.

Dr. Martens Vegan Jadon Ii 8 Eye Boots ($180)

A classic.

Free People James Chelsea Boot ($178)

Buckle up your jumpsuit look with these black boots.

Khaite Dallas Kitten Heel Boots ($980)

Sleek kitten-heel boots are perfect for elevating your jumpsuit look.


If you want to dress down your jumpsuit, sneakers will get the job done. However, instead of opting for classic white and black pairs, we suggest you keep it cool with fun colorways.

Converse Run Star Hike Ox Sneakers ($95)

Chunky sneakers have never looked so good.

Nike Air Force 1 '07 Lv8 Sneaker ($110)

Classics with a colorful twist.

Maison Margiela X Reebok Project 0 Cl Classic Leather Tabi Sneakers ($300)

From a fun, new collab.

New Balance 327 Classic Sneakers ($90)

The minimalist colorway makes these easy to pair.

Vans Classic Sneaker ($50)

These are a favorite for a reason.


Mules are where sandals and boots meet. They're a perfectly happy medium to make a jumpsuit look effortlessly chic.

Mango Ruched Wedge Shoes ($80)

These look so expensive.

Sam Edelman Everly Mule ($90)

The sculptural heel adds an artsy twist.

Sam Edelman Lavina Mules ($130)

So dainty and precious.

Frame Le Willoughby Mule ($250)

The ideal combination of chic and comfy.

Charles & Keith Textured Mules ($83)

How fun is this daisy print?!

Vince Camuto Loralee Mule ($80)

Braided leather goes great with a denim suit.

Rachel Comey Salta Clogs ($435)

Clogs are coming back in full force.


Going to rock a jumpsuit look for your weekend brunch? Not only will sandals save your look if you snoozed your alarm and need to head out fast, but whether they're flat, have a chunky heel, or hit that kitten height, they will never look out of place.

Mango Leather Straps Sandals ($130)

Your childhood sandals all grown up.

Atp Atelier Merine Thong Sandals ($290)

It's time to invest in this great pair of sandals.

Tory Burch Selby Scarf Sandals ($248)

Perfect for picnicking in the park.

Birkenstock Arizona Genuine Shearling Slide Sandal ($125)

So cozy.

Simon Miller Vegan Pleated Coaster Platform Sandals ($395)

Yes, they're a little more extreme—but who's playing it safe?

Mango Knots Heel Sandals ($40)

These sandals are a must in every color.

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