Diesel’s satin jumpsuit: probably comfortable


We’re trying to look at this in a positive light. So far all we can come up with is, "it’s probably comfortable. And lightweight! Yes, lightweight! And, er, you wouldn’t need to get changed out of it when it was time for bed, although you’d probably have to hope you didn’t need to pay a visit to the bathroom during the night while you were wearing it…"

Aaaaand…that’s it. We’re out. Because really, it’s a £200 grey satin jumpsuit, and no matter how fierce and sexy that model tries to look in it, we still just want to say, "Ooh, been doing a spot of decorating, love?"

If you have any other suggestions in which this could be seen as A Good Thing, feel free to leave them in the comments box. And if you want to buy it, you can get it here


  • November 17, 2008


    Ahem, well, I’m sure it would be very useful if you happened to be working in a garage.

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  • November 20, 2008

    Joey Sauer

    Umm, err… well I guess it hides your fat if you have any? But overall, that is revolting and should be given to some mechanic yard and left there. YUCK!

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  • November 29, 2008


    It screams “I paint houses for a living.”

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  • July 7, 2010


    Agreeing with the posters above. This jumpsuit reminds me of the stitchwork of 80’s parachute pants, the color reminds me of some of the more shapeless bland stuff available in any mall across the states, and the drawstring waist reminds me of jumpsuits in the 70’s. i’m sort of attracted to the cut of the sleeves, but wish they didn’t pucker along the lower arm. =/ All in all this one’s an epic fail, a nightmare to iron, would probably stick to the skin like saran wrap at the least hint of perspiration…it’s not an eyesore. It’s just as boring as toast soaked in milk. =/

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