A boiler suit is the staple piece you never knew you needed in your wardrobe

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My boyfriend is a mechanic, so instantly this boiler suit gave me a hilarious ‘his and hers’ vision. This boiler suit from NAKD is £48.95 and is available in seven different denim shades – I was torn between the mid-blue shade and the white but figured that the blue ones are a lot more common on the high street, so I could always pick one up if I liked the style.

The quality is absolutely gorgeous, it’s thick and structured and will certainly last – which is reflected in the price.

It’s been designed so beautifully. I find with some jumpsuits the designers forget what hips and a waist are and they can look very up and down. With this one-piece it’s as though the designer created the most perfect fitting jeans, then extended them into the boiler suit, so they’re very figure hugging on the bottom. The belt cinches everything in at the waist and has the added detail of the copper D-ring, which matches the buttons up at the top.

vintage car and boiler suit

I wore my boiler suit half buttoned, and in the colder months you could add a black roll neck underneath.

I wore the boiler suit with my £3 Primark boots and a white bucket bag for an all-while look. The bag is from Sainsbury’s, and cost £16.

I would love to get some tan snake print boots to wear with this look. They would look gorgeous and give it more of an autumnal vibe. I felt so confident in this piece and really think one piece’s are the way forward. There is minimal thinking involved as you can add any accessories without wondering what will ‘go’. Next on my list is a 70s corduroy boiler suit for the ultimate fall dream.

boiler suit collage from NAKDboiler suit from NAKD


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