Boilersuit - Sea Green
As we garment dye our boiler suits, we get some variation in sizing in each batch due to shrinkage. We're finding that this batch is coming up on the small side length wise (in the body and the leg). We recommend sizing up if you are between sizes and particularly if you are over 5ft4.
In case you hadn't already guessed, we LOVE jumpsuits. We believe that a good jumpsuit can see you through all stages of womanhood. We want women to feel like themselves even when their bodies are growing and nurturing babies; a time when your body may not feel like your own.
Our navy boilersuit is designed with this in mind. Cut to flatter with and without bumps, and poppas for easy access for feeding BUT a jumpsuit you would wear regardless of a changing body. Patch pockets to store endless treasures leaving you hands free when you need to be. This is a jumpsuit that’ll be worn for years to come before being passed on.
We’ve chosen to make our jumpsuit using BCI cotton, an initiative making cotton production better for those that produce it and the environment, and tencel, a sustainable fabric made from wood pulp. We've added a small amount of elastane to provide stretch when needed. Dyed without harmful chemicals the fabric will fade beautifully over time, taking on a look that is unique to you - just like your favourite pair of jeans. This jumpsuit is made here in the U.K.
If you are pregnant and would like the boilersuit to fit you until the end of pregnancy, we advise you take the larger of the two sizes available, i.e. if you are a size 10 and pregnant and want to wear until the end of pregnancy, take a size S. Also take this option if you prefer a more oversized fit.
Kayla is 5ft5, usually wears an 8-10 and is wearing an XS.
XXS - UK 6-8
XS - UK 8-10
S - UK 10-12
M - UK 12-14
L - UK 14-16
XL - UK 16-18
Please carefully follow the wash instructions provided on the garment.
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