Default Casual: Why everyone needs a boiler suit in their wardrobe

Products • 11/04/19

Easy to wear, unmistakeably stylish and an entire outfit in just one product, it’s no wonder that the boiler suit has been on the style hotlist for quite some time, remaining up there as we head straight into SS19. The boiler suit’s versatility has not gone unnoticed by the fashion crowd with just as many street style fashionistas layering over high-necked jumpers and pairing with chunky trainers as there are styling it for the workplace, with the trusty court shoe and leather tote combo dressing up boiler suit fashion perfectly. With so much you can do to make it your own, it’s no surprise that the humble, once only worn by mechanics, boiler suit is fast becoming a wardrobe staple.

Designers that do it right

Whether it’s thrown on for effortless, casual cool or accessorised to the nines, the boiler suit has fast become a symbol of fashion, with the likes of Bella Hadid and Victoria Beckham showing us exactly how to wear a boiler suit. With boiler suit fashion featuring heavily on the SS19 catwalks of fashion weeks everywhere, we list the designers that have professionally curated the trend.

Ganni

Somewhat iconic for taking boiler suit fashion and running with it, Ganni’s pastel pink recreation is definitely one to keep an eye out for. Its iconic style includes a slit at the ankle and the classic, belted middle but its pink colouring means you’ll stand far out from the crowd, whilst remaining bang on trend.

Joie

Another super feminine number, Joie’s light pink variation is a cropped design that makes it perfect for a summer outfit, whether that’s to wear abroad during a summer holiday or for a casual weekend look during the warmer weather at home. Its collarless aesthetic contributes to its minimalistic form, meaning it can also be dressed up, accessorised with a neck scarf or heavily embellished jewellery. Another one to watch.

Tibi

Also tapping into boiler suit fashion is Tibi, with an all-white denim creation that boldly showcases a contrasting orange belt – styled perfectly for those that might be wondering how to wear a boiler suit day to day. The clean-cut design resonates with the signature, structured tailoring of Tibi’s collections and is a go-to item for day to night fashion.

Casual boiler suit fashion

Once you know how to wear a boiler suit and incorporate it into your everyday wardrobe, you’ll never want to take it off. Whilst a jumpsuit is often associated with party and even formal wear, the boiler suit is a casual version and can be styled effortlessly with Balenciaga Triple S for off-duty weekend style, no matter the occasion. Nail that effortless yet well put-together look that comes with the boiler suit fashion trend.

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GANNI
Denim Jumpsuit
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MARINE SERRE
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BRUNELLO CUCINELLI
Bead-embellished Belted Wool Jumpsuit
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5
GCDS
Logo Intarsia Wool Blend Knit Sweater
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1
GANNI
Denim Jumpsuit
NET-A-PORTER • £222
2
PHILOSOPHY DI LORENZO SERAFINI
Japanese Cotton Poplin Romper
LUISA VIA ROMA • £413
3
MARINE SERRE
- Logo Print Pvc Trench Coat - Womens - Red
MATCHESFASHION.COM • £715
4
BRUNELLO CUCINELLI
Bead-embellished Belted Wool Jumpsuit
NET-A-PORTER • £1,941
5
GCDS
Logo Intarsia Wool Blend Knit Sweater
LUISA VIA ROMA • £388
1
GANNI
Denim Jumpsuit
NET-A-PORTER • £222
2
PHILOSOPHY DI LORENZO SERAFINI
Japanese Cotton Poplin Romper
LUISA VIA ROMA • £413
3
MARINE SERRE
- Logo Print Pvc Trench Coat - Womens - Red
MATCHESFASHION.COM • £715
4
BRUNELLO CUCINELLI
Bead-embellished Belted Wool Jumpsuit
NET-A-PORTER • £1,941
5
GCDS
Logo Intarsia Wool Blend Knit Sweater
LUISA VIA ROMA • £388

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