Admittedly a blue t-shirt and denim dungarees don't really look like a jumpsuit, but I thought that a tee in a similar colour would at least give the impression of one. This was a thrown-it-on outfit for a weekend walk and jolly to the supermarket (hey, my weekends are crazy!!), and although the outfit has a touch of the painter/decorator about it I'm really not bothered... I love dungarees.
I have a little tip for styling dungarees: Whatever top you wear underneath, either make sure it's a close-fit (like a vest top/tank) or quite long. After wearing various different tops and tees with my dungarees I find that if it's a loose fit and about the same length as the top of the trousers part then it'll keep popping out and you'll have to constantly tuck it back in. This was a nice extra long t-shirt so I didn't have to worry about popping-outage (my word).
Have I converted anyone to dungarees since my last outing with them - I know many of you were considering them?!
Dungarees: c/o La Redoute | T-shirt: Asos | Tennis shoes: Unknown, old | Backpack: Asos (I like this one) | Cuff: Unknown, old | Sunglasses: Ray Ban c/o Sunglasses Shop
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P.S. Like this post? You might also like how I styled my grey denim dungarees!
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