How I'm Styling: The Denim Boiler Suit

Being able to chuck on one thing and go when I am getting dressed genuinely makes me happy.  The ease of it all is just perfection and with boiler suits cropping up in all manner of designs, I think I am going to be feeling happy most of AW19. The fact they can be worn in entirely different ways makes owning a few of these one piece wonders so worth it. On top of their versatility, they keep you warm which is essential for London’s upcoming colder months. How am I styling mine? Well, here’s one of the more simple ways. 

Wanna throw a jacket or coat on top for those colder days? Here’s a few that work well with a denim boiler suit. Make it seamless with denim on denim with this Carhartt Michigan Jacket (£105 - 100% going to be stealing this from my brothers wardrobe). Or, play around with lengths and go for a contrasting material like vinyl to give it an edge with the All Saints Kelsie Nya Jacket (£198) or this glossy trench from Rains (£159). I’m obsessed with long belted outerwear, so this black coat from Zara (£129) will be one I’m throwing on all winter and for those rainy days this Ganni Trench (£350) goes perfectly with a denim one piece.

Dressing up a boiler suit is simple, just switch out trainers for boots or heels and you’re ready to go. These Zara cream leather mid heel boots (£129.99) provide some contrast to the outfit or opt for something like the Paris Texas croc boots (£360) when you want to keep it neutral. To create a real evening look these strappy sandals from Topshop (£36) do the trick and if you want to go all out, platform heels do just that. This pair from Saint Laurent (£685) are literally the definition of OTT in all the good ways and give it a 70’s vibe.