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We couldn’t be more ready for spring, especially after being cooped inside for all of winter the past 12 months. So instead of switching from your daytime to your nighttime leggings and back again (for the zillionth time), why not try on a silky one-piece for size? Or how about jeans that actually feel like sweatpants? Here, our favorite new spring staples, all from Express.

1. A Jersey Jumpsuit

Remember that moment of quarantine when all you wanted were coordinating sweatsuits? The next logical step up from a comfy matching set: a one-piece in buttery soft suede jersey. It feels like silk, but is actually super-breathable and machine washable. And with a delicate hint of sheen, it’s also completely appropriate for a Zoom meeting with your boss.

2. Knit Denim

We’ve been living in sweatpants for 12 months, but what happens when we all go back to, ya know, wearing real clothes? Express has the answer: Jeans that feel as comfy as your joggers. Their new knit denim line is co-created using actual customer feedback about tricky fit areas like back pocket placement and waistband construction. They're begging to be worn from morning ‘til night, with a comfort-stretch waist that doesn’t gape when you sit and hugs you in all the right places.

3. A Fancy-Looking Blazer

At the last minute, an easy-to-throw-on blazer is actually our godsend for days when we want to look as professional as we feel (or dress up a white T-shirt in a pinch). This one, made from supersoft double-knit lightweight fabric that’s ideal for layering, also works well with jeans and a graphic tee on the weekend.

4. A Contouring Cami

Remember those days of layering camis? (Lord, help us.) This isn’t that. It’s the grown lady’s version that defines your silhouette by sculpting and contouring your figure. And with adjustable straps and a flattering scoop neck, you can wear it confidently under an oversized button-down, a V-neck dress or with a slouchy cardigan: the possibilities are endless.

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