That was my thought too, Patti! What an exotic, sexy solution and I would love to see it!
Thanks for your help, everyone. Dialects are so interesting. The word overalls hadn't occurred to me, but when I thought about it, I realized that to me, overalls are those denim things that farmers wear, with a bib, over a shirt.
Jumpsuit is a word I haven't heard for years, and, to me, it connotes that sort of pattern that you posted, Hen and Patti. Something you would wear as a fashionable garment, rather than a work garment.
Both the Onion and the Butterick patterns have features I am looking for. I will think on this some more. I may even meld a top and pant together to achieve the desired look.
What is this for? My daughter wants a Viper pilot costume for Comic Con. I am trying to scope it out.
It looks something like this: