Style & Beauty

The Best Boilersuits: This Season's Fashionable, Comfortable Jumpsuit

These mechanic suits are your answer for getting dressed when you don't feel like getting dressed.
Boilersuit, mechanic suit, jumpsuit — call it whatever you want, just get one ASAP.
Boilersuit, mechanic suit, jumpsuit — call it whatever you want, just get one ASAP.

Is there anything more delightful than a piece of clothing that counts as an entire outfit? Yes, actually — one you can wear even when it starts to get cold out.

The boilersuit (or mechanic suit or jumpsuit, whichever you prefer) has taken on an entirely new role in modern fashion ― it’s no longer just for mechanics and ghostbusters but also for runways and our closets, too. And for good reason.

Not only is it an instant outfit, the boilersuit also works as a solid layering piece. Throw a light turtleneck under it or wear it with a neck scarf and an oversized coat ― it’s the easiest, most stylish way to get dressed while allotting as much time as humanly possible to yourself to stay in bed on a cold winter morning.

Check out some of our favorites below.

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Alex Mill Standard Jumpsuit, $178
Target Long Sleeve Boiler Suit Coveralls, $34.99
Reformation Leia Boiler Suit, $178
Zara '80s Jumpsuit, $89.90
Eloquii Utility Suit, $139.95
One Teaspoon Leopard Nightcrawler Paradise Utility Jumpsuit, $250
Gap Utility Jumpsuit, $44.99
Madewell Denim Slim Coverall Jumpsuit, $168
Simply Be Denim Boilersuit, $72
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Rachel Antonoff Amelia Flight Suit, $298
Asos Design Boiler Jumpsuit, $57.50
Madewell x Dickies Zip Coverall Jumpsuit, $175
Staud Ziggy Jumpsuit, $310