10 Gorgeous Wide-Leg Jumpsuits, Because Lady Gaga Says So

Wide-leg jumpsuits can take Gaga’s trendsetting Oscars look and make it doable IRL.

Honestly, it’s no surprise that Lady Gaga’s pantsuit on the red carpet is all anyone can talk about. It was flawless, literal perfection. But she wasn’t the only one that eschewed the traditional Oscars gown.

Elizabeth Banks rocked a full-on glam jumpsuit to the Vanity Fair Oscars After-Party because why the hell not? What also really throws me for a loop is how freakin’ high-fashion this looks, while still feeling very Elizabeth Banks. I don’t normally associate fashion risks with her (unless, of course, you count Effie Trinket) but this was a big risk and it paid off in an even bigger way. Lady Gaga also did a quick switch later in the night to a similar style that she wore to the awards show. Jumpsuits (and pants in general) for the red carpet have always gotten the attention of critics. Think Emma Stone or Emma Watson or Kristen Stewart. There are so many pairs of pants that come to mind that it’s no secret that pants and jumpsuits CAN be dressy if you do it the right way. Go wide-leg or palazzo. Make it look like you’re wearing a killer dress and then BAM! Pants.

I mean, case and point:

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Here are 11 wide-leg jumpsuits that take Gaga’s trendsetting Oscars look and make it doable IRL.

Haute Hippie Embellished Silk Wide-Leg Jumpsuit (Saks Fifth Avenue, $358)

Haute Hippie Embellished Silk Wide-Leg Jumpsuit

This is an expensive one, but if you have a black-tie event and want to get away from a traditional gown, I don’t think you’ll find a better option.

ASOS CURVE Premium Jumpsuit With Palazzo Pants And Embellished Overlay (ASOS, $66)

Premium Jumpsuit With Palazzo Pants And Embellished Overlay

Have a super-cool spring wedding coming up? Why not a pastel palazzo pants with an embellished top?

Rachel Comey Summon Jumpsuit (Need Supply, $240)

Rachel Comey Summon Jumpsuit

Again, yes, expensive. But how effing chic is this jumpsuit?

The Fifth Label Poetry In Motion Jumpsuit (Forever21, $125)

The Fifth Label Poetry In Motion Jumpsuit

Now, this just looks like a really cool midi dress that I would want to wear forever and ever, and then all of a sudden, pants.

Floral Palazzo Jumpsuit by MYNT 1792 (Lane Bryant, $288)

Floral Palazzo Jumpsuit by MYNT 1792

Yes, this is a jumpsuit. Yes, it’s amazing. No, I’m definitely not drooling on my computer keyboard.

The Allflower Switch Wide Leg Jumpsuit (Revolve, $217)

The Allflower Switch Wide Leg Jumpsuit

Oh my god, I wish I had somewhere/the confidence/the money to wear this. It’s so good.

Rare London Wide Leg Jumpsuit with Lace (ASOS, $100)

Rare London Wide Leg Jumpsuit with Lace

Personally, I would’ve styled this with a nude bra underneath for that awesome illusion, but it’s still gorgeous.

Contemporary Abstract Tie-Dye Jumpsuit (Forever21, $19.81)

Contemporary Abstract Tie-Dye Jumpsuit

This looks like the most perfect maxi dress but it’s not and I like it even more.

Floaty Palazzo Jumpsuit (SimpleBe, $55)

Floaty Palazzo Jumpsuit

Sara confessed her love for cobalt blue and I can see why. This is just an awesome color and why not wear it in jumpsuit form?

Adrianna Papell Colorblock V-Neck Jumpsuit (Dillard’s, $180)

Adrianna Papell Colorblock V-Neck Jumpsuit

This one is my curveball because it really is one part dress, one part pants. I’m into it.

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