It's the first day of summer, and I post a look in an oversized boiler suit in camouflage print.
Don't judge me. However, this jumpsuit is so lightweight and I can never stray away from camo. And it's pretty. So there.
However, this camo boiler suit isn’t any plain boiler/utility jumpsuit. This one derived from my Babygirl 2019 collection and its definitely a piece that can be worn this summer.
It is in metallic jacquard, and as large as it looks, it's actually lightweight and should definitely be worn in warmer weather. (You'd be freezing in NYC if you wore this with nothing underneath in 55-degree weather or under!)
I gave it my street style flair, and wore it with a pair of comfortable Adidas Yeezy 700s in Utility Black. Unfortunately, it is sold out but you can still buy it through verified retailers such as GOAT (my favorite) and Stockx.
Although, this jumpsuit derived from my Babygirl collection, its an exclusive piece and can not be recreated.
If you didn't know, my Babygirl collection was inspired by Aaliyah. She used to be a stylish icon in the late 90s and early 2000s of R&B/Hip Hop culture. She mixed femininity and masculinity very well. By her oversized pants or jumpsuits and pairing it with bralettes and crop tops.
This jumpsuit was particularly inspired by her oversized motorsport/utility themed jumpsuits she wore.
Also according to the Trendspotter, one of the top 10 fashion trends for spring/summer 2019 is boiler suits. So if you want to make your own, I linked a couple great patterns below as well as a few dope jumpsuits I would purchase or look similar to mine.
Jumpsuit Sewing Patterns:
Quick Tip: In order to get an oversized look, go 2 sizes up from your original size.
Fabrics Similar :
Jumpsuits to buy:
Let me know what you think of the look, and how I styled it.
Are any you wearing utility jumpsuits this summer?
How would you wear yours?