Boiler suit alert. Are you in or out on this trend?

I know it’s been a minute (I have no excuse). This blog post has been in my draft for months, so at 1 am in the morning I finally won the battle over procrastination, hence why you are reading this yay!

How are you? Hope all is well with you and your family.

Ok, Let’s talk about this boiler suit trend. I am not even sure why this is a trend now ( was in heavy rotation 2018 and early 2019) because it has been around for years. Tradies or someone in a factory is wearing one right now. I don’t get it at all, but that’s fashion, right?

But why are they called Boiler suits? Boilersuits are so-called because they were first worn by men maintaining coal-fired boilers. Hmmm feeling the heat already.

But why are they called Boiler suits? Boilersuits are so-called because they were first worn by men maintaining coal-fired boilers. Hmmm feeling the heat already.

I was easily pulled into the mix when I saw it on Victoria Beckham and other fellow bloggers. To be honest, they are stylish, relaxed, easy to pair and really do maintain a statement appeal like this one I scored from Zara for $20 under from $179. It was an impulse buy and I would have never really bought it at that price…… NO WAY

Comfortable, minimal and perfect for activities (what can’t you do wearing one), the humble jumpsuit has managed to infiltrate most wardrobe, and seriously though I think it’s only getting bigger from here — As we are in winter- spring here in Australia, there’s never been a better time to stock up.

Honestly, after owning one myself I can truly agree with others now that the boiler suit/jumpsuit trend is a fairly simple one to pull off. Pair yours with slides or low boots, add something glitzy like a brooch or pair of long earrings and call it a day. Jump on/in!

 

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