Designer: How can I style a kettle suit in winter?


Over the past few seasons, the boiler suit has emerged as an unexpected hero. Traditionally made from heavy cloth or denim, the one-zipper wonder was one of many inventions that changed the game to emerge from the Industrial Revolution, but it was adopted by the fashion industry over time. They were crowned by everyone from Giambattista Valli to Gigi Hadid, as well as the street style suit at New York Fashion Week.

Although easy to throw in the summer or spring, the one-of-a-kind garment is a little harder to pull off in the colder months. So we turn to Louise Markey, the designer behind the workwear-inspired label LF Markey (and longtime boiler suit collector), for her tips on how to winter the utilitarian ensemble. Read on for her expert style advice.

Wear in layers

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