Fall Hero: The Boiler Suit
You don’t need to be a mechanic, gardener, or painter to rock this hardworking one-piece. The boiler suit has been reimagined, shifting from handyman-ware to fashion-forward jumpsuit. As a singular piece that covers everything but your head, hands, and feet, the boiler suit is an easy, cool way to keep covered in the colder months.
Take, for example, this denim number by New York designer Caron Callahan: With its long sleeves, hidden front button placket, loose fit and slightly cropped leg, it gives nod to the classic coverall with just enough tweaks in tailoring and detail to look up-to-date and polished. It’s playful, purposeful, and extremely wearable. Keep the industrial vibes going by styling a turtleneck underneath and adding a pair of feminized lace-up work boots, or give the boiler suit some glam by accessorizing with statement earrings, pointy toe slingbacks, and sparkly socks. Any way you wear it, we promise you’ll be providing way more OOTD envy than the construction worker down the street.
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