Boilersuits For The Win

Hi girls,
happy weekend! I hope you’ve had a good week despite the somewhat extremely windy and rainy weather. Can you believe it’s almost coat season! But I am holding off for as long as possible because as we know there is plenty of time to wear coats over the next few months – don’t want to succumb to the coats too early.

One item of clothing I am really loving at the moment which is so versatile for this time of year is the boiler suit. A sister to the dungaree which I also love but there is something about the boiler suit that is just that little bit more chic and smart and just SO effortless. I often wear mine in Spring and Summer but I’ve started to layer mine up a bit more with polo necks underneath and accessorised with berets and neck scarves. They are easy to style with coats as well come Winter.

I recently treated myself to this fab blush copper colour corduroy boiler suit from LF Markey (the queens of the boiler suits!). It is currently in their end of season sale (although it doesn’t scream high Summer to me?) and was 50% off so I couldn’t resist. As you know I’m a big fan of playing around with colour combos and clashes and love this blush colour mixed with pink and red with my boots and beret. Then for that final touch I added a little neck scarf in neutral colours, stuck to the neutrals to not take the outfit over the edge – too many colour clashes can be a bad thing 😂
I know I’m going to wear this cord jumpsuit a lot as the colour will go with so many things (ooo imagine it with lilac as well!) and I cannot tell you how comfy it is due to the stretch in the fabric. It is the perfect working from home outfit.


(See below link to the boiler suit online)
https://lfmarkey.com/products/danny-longsleeve-boilersuit-copper-blush-corduroy

I also live in this green relaxed boiler suit that was last season’s Rita Row in both Summer and Winter. I wore it this Summer with my beautiful printed detachable collar from Olivia Annabelle Apparel but it looks equally as good with a polo neck underneath like in lilac (always love a lilac and green combo).

Some other boiler suit looks I am wearing…

This cotton boiler suit from Gap I often wear with jumpers over the top

I’ve scrolled through the internet to hunt down my favourite boiler suits out there right now…
(click on the photo to go through to the website – none of this is an ad by the way!)

H&M

Similar to my Levis one, it looks super flattering with the wide leg and elasticated waist band – the kind of chic outfit you can go for a roast in 😉 my kind of outfit

Anthropologie

Can’t go wrong with cord!
I have loved this one for ages from House of Sunny on Anthropologie’s website.

LF MARKEY

This is basically my one but in cotton not cord.
That colour, wow!

Bimba & Lola

& Other Stories

Lucy & Yak (the other queens of boiler suits & dungarees)

I discovered this one last night on their new arrivals page. I am so tempted eek!

Rita Row

Love this one, it’s really different with the frills.

Then finally some other boiler suit outfit street style inspiration pulled from Pinterest (how the cool ones do it 😉)…

If you’re a boiler suit advocate like me then I’d love to see how you style yours, tag me in your photos with Instagram; itsgirlthing.net_

Lots of love girls xxx

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