Strap yourselves in, folks, because boiler suits are well and truly back on the scene. Now, I know what you’re thinking — when the fuck did mechanic-wear become chic? God only knows. But, hey, we’re not complaining — these all-in-ones are comfy as hell and make for a full fit, minus all the trouble of deciding what goes with what.
So, without further ado, here are some of the best around the traps, especially if you’re in the market for a seriously comfy spring.
In full workman style, Thrills has collaborated with Hard Yakka to create this lil’ number. A cross between “I’m going to my plumbing day job” to weekend pub chic — the chokehold this piece of clothing will have on the masses this spring will be unmatched. Just wait.
For something that screams a little more “boozy brunch with the girls,” may I present to you this Third Form cotton boiler suit for women? With a tie-belt to cinch you in, and an ankle cut-off to show off some chunky sandals or heels, you’ve got yourself a solid fit here, besties.
If you’re planning on giving your boiler suit some love in summer, this Rue Stiic all-in-one is made from lightweight cotton and linen, so rest assured, you’ll be able to get some breeze up in there to stay cool.
Did someone say boiler suit fit for a night out?! This leather number is the perfect bridge between comfy and sexy.
If you’re not a fan of the long sleeves and long pants but still want to embrace the boiler suit trend, this shorts variation is just as gorgeous — especially when it comes to chucking something over your togs before you go to the pool or beach.
Moving to thicker material, this Signature 8 wide-sleeve denim boiler suit for women is better kept for those cooler spring/summer days given it’s quite heavy. The in-built belt will also give you the SNATCHED look that I know you’re all after.
The boys don’t have to miss out either — this Top Man number makes picking a fit easy as hell. Kind of like an all-in-one shampoo or face wash, but in clothing form. Thank us later.
From the people that make the iconic Dickies pants you’ve seen all over the internet — rolled down at the waistband, no less – this boiler suit is just an extension of that with sleeves. You can wear it all zipped up or throw on a crop and leave it open like the model above. The world really is your oyster here.
Well, well, well, what do we have here? A boiler suit dress? Yep, folks. For those among us who would like a more femme twist on the boiler suit trend, this is it.
Alternatively, this high-neck, collared boiler suit for women comes in a unique tan colour that can be dressed up with heels (as shown) or down with sneakers.
In the market for a unique boiler suit that has a plunging V-neck? Nasty Gal has got you covered — and for 55% off. While it’s currently pictured in white, it also comes in a bunch of different colourways, including pink, black and blue.
Thanks to its loose fit and cotton build, this Converse option is the epitome of comfort. It’s also down by a neat $50 for a limited time only, so get in quick, bbys.
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