It’s something worn in the American youth culture in the 70s, got back in the 90s for stylish females and has been worn by construction workers all along. We’re talking about Dungarees, shortalls or overalls whatever you want to call it. Since a year, specially last year, the whole fashion trend of jumpsuits and dungarees got back in to stores all over the world. To adept to the consumer wanting of comfort and easy to wear major fashion brands like Zara and HM got back with these 70s/90s beauties, but not just for female. The male dungaree, or construction worker overalls, made it’s comeback and they got more stylish then ever.
Wearing from top to bottom
Dungaree: Zara (last season)
Shoes: Dr Martens
Dungaree in Milan
For some sort of reason a lot of people always ask me what to wear. I tell them what I would like to see them in and they usually respond with something about the fast that it would fit comfortably. Well guys, I am wearing a dungaree today and its freaking comfy (besides the sweaty back it will get you in hot weather). So, maybe not as comfortable as it should be when the sun is out but still really nice and easy to wear. I combined it with a darker green color to match the little dinosaurs on my socks. A white t-shirt will make the whole outfit have a bit more of a summer vibe, which is better for some casual chillings at the park or a stroll on the beach. Check out my Dungaree outfit below and let me know what you think.