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Designer creates jumpsuits you can easily pee in without getting totally naked

Finally, someones sorted out the biggest problem with jumpsuits (Picture: Kickstarter/Henrietta Lawr..

By Sunday Herald Team , in Fashion , at July 5, 2019

Finally, someones sorted out the biggest problem with jumpsuits (Picture: Kickstarter/Henrietta Lawrence)

Playsuits. Jumpsuits. Rompers. The only thing tougher than naming your beloved one-piece is getting the damn thing off.

Particularly in the height of summer, when endless parties and festivals means the drinks are flowing, the bathroom queues are long, and your faithful jumpsuit is stuck to your skin with sweat.

The solution comes in the form Henrietta Lawrences newest design: the ezp™ jumpsuit. Its a romper without the toilet troubles.

Thanks to two zips on the trouser half, you can partially undo the jumpsuit, letting the back drop down so you can go about your business. No more sitting nude from the neck-down in a public bathroom stall.

Being at Glastonbury a few years ago, most of the toilets there arent enclosed like Portaloos, youre open to the elements, the London-based designer told Try going to the toilet in a jumpsuit, with people peering over the top to see if its free and youre in there naked.

And then of course theres the whole winter vs jumpsuit issue – when its 0 degrees outside, why would you want to get undressed unnecessarily? Particularly in my office, where the toilet is freezing.



The 29-year-old is currently crowdfunding her ezp™ jumpsuit business on Kickstarter, and has raised £2,114 of her £12,500 goal since May.

If the campaign is successful, jumpsuits will be sold in denim, velvet and linen, and will be available to customers in the UK, Europe, US, Australia and New Zealand.

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The fabrics used are sourced from fair-trade and ethical suppliers, and the garments are handmade in Sheffield. The buttons are also made from Corozo nuts, which are natural and biodegradable.

Sourcing the sustainable materials and overseeing production has been a lengthy yet enlightening experience for Lawrence, and she hopes to create a greater awareness Read More – Source