boiler suit


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boiler suit

n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) Brit a one-piece work garment consisting of overalls and a shirt top usually worn over ordinary clothes to protect them

cov•er•all

(ˈkʌv ərˌɔl)

n.
Often, coveralls. a one-piece work garment worn over other clothing as protection.
[1820–30]
Translations

boiler suit

n (Brit) → tuta (da lavoro)
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Oliver Bonas Mini Spaced Paisley Midi Dress, PS59.50; Black Eloise Slouch Ring Detail Crossbody Bag, PS39.50 (available September; shoes and socks, stylist's own) boiler suit ESSENTIALLY a readymade outfit, boiler suits are the jumpsuit's cooler counterpart, characterised by their loose fit and patch pockets.
GLAMOROUS HEELS Heels, PS75, Dune Whether worn with a boiler suit, cargo pants, or skinny jeans, gold strappy sandals are perfect for 18-carat glamour.
Try a classic denim boiler suit like the M&S one or, if you want to be more adventurous, the pale pink offering from Topshop is perfect for day or night.
HE utility trend is huge this spring and no garment epitomises the look better than a boiler suit.
Alternatively, you could take boiler suit into party territory by adding heels, a and a pair of jazzy earrings.
Short Sleeved Suit, PS55 If print and colour are more your thing, go for a pink or leopard-print boiler suit with a pair of on-trend chunky trainers.
Monsoon Jane utility boilersuit, PS60 HE utility trend is huge this spring and no garment epitomises the look better than a boiler suit.
Short Sleeved Boiler Suit, PS55 If print and colour are more your thing, go for a pink or leopard-print boiler suit with a pair of on-trend chunky trainers.
If print and colour are more your thing, go for a pink or leopardprint boiler suit with a pair of ontrend chunky trainers.
My personal fave, the jumpsuit (or boiler suit to give it its SS19 name), is back.