Railroad Jumpsuit

~ Cheminot, salopette de travail

Size:  medium

Denim jumpsuit with fine blue lines brought to a new esthetic with this

vintage hand embroidery, a beauty ancient collar who become a shoulder pad.

A silk handkerchief with an antique button had a great detail of sophistication. 

The Jumpsuit as a Canvas is absolutely my favorite fashionable piece to create

and to wear!

Jumpsuit from workwear-turned-streetwear to Haute couture wear! 

Judith Bodart Beylerian’s Up-cycled vintage Jumpsuit are One of a kind

...a real storytelling of details!

“I love how capable I look and feel in it — like I can do anything in it.”

A jumpsuit is a one-piece garment, generally regarded as a garment

of convenience, especially for entertainers,

as they are simpler, lighter and more flexible to wear. They have

become more of a put on and remove garment than an ensemble outfit.

Now jumpsuits are a wardrobe staple in their own right, as ubiquitous

as the little black dress.

Though they do have one flaw, “You have to strip to go pee, so that’s

a little rough” but “the jumpsuit is so comfortable, it makes up for that.” ;-)

Big News: “This Jumpsuit was modified to clear out of this problem”

by a zipper placed at the crotch to create an easy experience at the bathroom. YEAH!!!

The functional, rugged, work-wear focused” jumpsuits also “takes curvy

bodies into account ” …really any type of body!

There is something so fresh, modern, and effortless about a jumpsuit.

It’s easy to dress up or down with the simple addition of heels and accessories.

And if you’re among the women who aren’t big fans of dresses, or you’re

just a little bored of your daily rotation of summer frocks, then jumpsuits

are the coolest alternative out there. The one-piece wonder never really

goes out of style either. 

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