From the boiler rooms to the runways, boiler suits have officially joined the list of industrial clothing items being integrated into fashion. Styled with the right shoes and bag, boiler suits are an easy, edgy, high-fashion look anyone can achieve. You don’t have to worry about creating a whole ensemble of an outfit – and best of all, they are extremely comfortable! Here are some of the best boiler suits online and in stores right now, as well as some tips for styling this tricky piece.
Since boiler suits are one of the hottest trends this season, you’re going to want to stock up on a few options! You can find suits that fit within your budget at places like ASOS, Nordstrom and Urban Outfitters. I’m a fan of this one here because it includes a belt that cinches at the waist – a necessity to avoid getting lost in an oversized garment. If your suit does not come with a belt, feel free to add one.
For a middle price point, I recommend looking at brands like Madewell, Lucky Brand, and Topshop. This one comes in three dusty cover ways that I can get on board with. They’re eye-catching yet neutral enough that it doesn’t feel overpowering. As far as shoes go, the beauty of the boiler suit is that you can really take it any way you want. I really enjoy the contrast of industrial coveralls with boots or sandals.
If you want to really go all-out on this trend, look at Net-a-Porter and Ksubi. These boiler suits prove that this old, masculine, utilitarian staple has been revolutionized into a legitimate fashion staple for chic modern women.
Are you guys on that boiler suit trend yet?