There are few things I feel extremely comfortable in aside from a slanket. However, a boilersuit comes pretty close. Loose-fitting but flattering, casual but chic with heels and easy to layer throughout the year, this pedigree breed of an all-in-one is a true wonder.
I have a couple of age-old boilersuits lurking in my closet because they're the kind of throw-on piece that comes back around in fashion every couple of years. Some styling moves may change, like the fact that so many people have worn theirs this summer with "ugly" sandals and belt bags, but essentially, the same item will see you through each and every return. Hint: This season, fashion girls are wearing theirs with roll-necks.
In 2018, the boilersuit comeback was kickstarted by the most unlikely version: a pink button-down, super-baggy Ganni jumpsuit. It became a constant presence on the stylish streets of Scandi Fashion Week and then filtered through to Instagram. The trend has also inspired sellout pink all-in-ones from ASOS and Urban Outfitters. It was proof that such a traditionally "masculine" and industrial item could be rebelliously fashionable. Next came Topshop's top-stitched denim boilersuit: More fitted and significantly more retro than it's power-pink siblings, this sold out in mere moments. Since these two big retail hits, we've been on a non-stop boilersuit mission, confident that it will translate so well into next year. Keep scrolling to see what we've found…
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