Ladies, the dreaded jumpsuit is a great stylish piece but it’s also a nightmare on a night out. It’s a lot of faffing around.
Your jumpsuit prayers have been answered as Londoner Hetty Lawrence has only gone and designed a rest room-friendly jumpsuit.
Hetty, 29, works in marketing and owns a brand called Léim (which means ‘Jump’ in Irish Gaelic). She came up with the idea of the jumpsuit after a stranger accidentally saw her semi-nude over the top of a toilet cubicle at an event.
Hetty, a little embarrassed, decided to turn the awkward situation into a brand new way to wear jumpsuit. It has an unbuttonable and rezippable buttocks section.
Dubbed as the “game-changing” design the jumpsuit comes in two styles, the ’Sisterhood’ and ‘Bringing Sexy Back’.
The ‘Sisterhood’ comes in denim, velvet and linen with cross-straps that allow you to wear it two ways.
The ‘Bringing Sexy Back’ jumpsuit is a long-sleeved option and you can get it in chic rose lyocell and navy lyocell.
Hetty designed the jumpsuit with a woman called Paula and creates the clothing in a Sheffield Factory.
Hetty explained: “I could have used a factory in Europe, but I don’t want to be shipping them to the UK, only to send them all over the world again.
“I can visit the factory – jump on the train in a day and go see them. That was really important to me. Some of the factories I saw were genuinely terrible. I was worried for the staff in those environments.”
These aren’t cheap though! They’ll set you back £219 ($265) and £245 ($297).