There’s a first time for everything! And this is my first time styling overalls. I haven’t worn overalls since I was a child, and my mom had creative control of the styling back then, haha. I honestly never thought I would wear them again…but I was curious to try them one more time after seeing all the different styles and patterns available.
This pair is from my friends over at Eva Trends. They helped me pick them out, as I had no idea how to go about getting a pair I would actually like. This pair ended up being the winners because they are a bit more fitted, and they have adjustable straps. I also love how soft and breathable they are (they’re made out of cotton). I don’t think I could get myself to wear a pair of jean overalls in the summmer!
For me? Or not for me? Still deciding…
I’m still a bit undecided if I’m a fan of overalls for my personal style, but I have to admit, they sure are comfortable! I really like how deep the pockets are for this pair. (And if you use code LP15 you’ll get 15% off your Eva Trends order.) I don’t love that I basically have to get undressed everytime I want to use the restroom, but it’s not the worst by any means. (And it has to be better than wearing a playsuit/jumpsuit – which I refuse to buy for that reason alone, haha.)
Now, I also have two questions for you lovely readers! 1st up, do you call them overalls? Or do you call them dungarees? I’ve always called them overalls, but I know they’re called both…and I’m pretty sure they’re the same thing? (But let me know if I’m wrong in the comments!)
And, question numner 2! Do you think you can style baggier overalls (like these) with a belt? Or is that a no, no? I was going to wear them with a belt (I can’t stand not having a cinched waist). But I took it off before I left the house for the day because I couldn’t decide if it actually worked with overalls.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on these two questions in the comments! And what are your overall thoughts on overalls? (Didn’t even mean to do that! Ha!)
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Links à la Mode, June 21st, 2018
- Adorned in Armor: Adorn My Prom with Miss Black New Jersey – Prom Makeover
- Aesthetic Distance: Why Are There So Few Asian Beach Reads?
- Gabriella Lundgren: The Circle of Clothes
- Girl in Betsey: Vacation Pieces You Need This Summer
- Have Clothes, Will Travel: What to Pack for an Adventure in Peru’s Amazon Rainforest
- Lillyrose By Juliet Ly: How to Pack Hand Luggage
- Luna Vida Blog: Wish You Were Vegan | V-Neck Tee + Cropped Jeans + Sandals
- Sifa’s Corner: Buy or Skip? Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam Palette & Amrezy Highlighter
- The Petite Bijou: How To Travel When You Like Many Outfits
- What Vru Wore: White Off the Shoulder Bell Sleeve Dress and Brown Fanny Pack
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