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You Can't Go Wrong With the Classic Denim Jumpsuit

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If the last few seasons of fashion week taught us anything, it's that denim and jumpsuits and denim jumpsuits are back. Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid wear them — matching ones in fact, and Rihanna even wears them to board long flights. But admittedly, not much has changed about the chic one-piece since it's '70s inception.

FRAME Denim showcased a short-sleeved, bootcut version for fall 2015, and Assembly New York gave the denim masterpiece a shot with a zipper-front and a straight-leg slouch for their spring 2016 lookbook. There have been some deviations from the classic silhouette, though, as evidenced by Fendi's tie-front pajama interpretation for cruise 2016.

Shop the laid-back disco trend today, with options ranging from a cinched waist jumpsuit by Free People to the classic short-sleeved wide-leg by Stella McCartney, in the gallery above.