Kendall Jenner wore a white boiler suit for just $87

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Famous people often serve as the blueprint for style trends. But Kendall Jenner in particular may have outdone herself by rocking a look that won’t hurt your pockets nor the environment.

The supermodel stepped out on a coffee run when she was spotted in an all-white boiler suit from Warp + Weft. Needless to say, when a celebrity approves a ‘fit that regular degular folks can shop, it’s a win for everyone. Did I mention her boiler suit is size inclusive and retails for $87, too?

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Warp + Weft is a sustainable denim brand, which, according to its site, uses less than 10 gallons of water to create a single pair of jeans. The brand also makes its denim-making process less harmful by recycling 98% of the water that is used to create trendy looks like this white denim boiler suit.

Shop: Warp + Weft MAD – BOILER SUIT 33″ PARCHMENT, $87

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The boiler suit is equipped with a zip and drawstring closure with two breast pockets. Plus, the boiler suit also comes in a classic blue denim shade. But what makes this suit even more of a spring-ready banger is the fact that it also comes in plus sizes (1X-3X to be exact). Regardless of which one you shop, the design features remain the same. But because it’s Kendall Jenner sporting it, sizes are already selling out fast. So if you’re ready to rock this one-and-done boiler suit like a supermodel, you better act on it while this gem is still in stock.

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