How to Style Denim Dungarees (Overalls) | With a Blue Tee Like a Jumpsuit

Blue t-shirt, denim dungarees (overalls), tennis shoes

Admittedly a blue t-shirt and 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?!

Blue t-shirt, denim dungarees (overalls)
Denim dungarees (overalls), tennis shoes
Blue t-shirt, denim dungarees (overalls), backpack
Blue t-shirt, denim dungarees (overalls)
| T-shirt: Asos | Tennis shoes: Unknown, old | Backpack: Asos (I like ) | Cuff: Unknown, old |

P.S. Like this post? You might also like how I styled my grey denim dungarees!

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    • 29 June 2015 / 8:58 am

      Thanks Lauren – it's the most basic way to wear them but sometimes that's the best way…!

  1. 26 June 2015 / 6:29 pm

    I did love my dungarees in my twenties, must admit a little afraid now but you pull them off effortlessly, I am tempted!

    • 27 June 2015 / 5:59 pm

      You'll never go back if you do get some, Steff!! Thank you hun x

  2. 26 June 2015 / 8:38 am

    catherine you look so young and youthful and so so prettyyy!! I am on the fence with dungarees, of course you rock them, but i have a pair and don't love them on me.. jumpsuits however, i freakin' love.. currently on my 4th purchase and i just can't be stopped haha! XX Happy friday my lovely xx

    • 27 June 2015 / 5:58 pm

      Hehe isn't that funny, Rachel – I'm the other way round when it comes to jumpsuits! Just don't feel right in them somehow: I've hardly worn the one jumpsuit I have. But thank you my lovely xx

  3. 25 June 2015 / 3:11 pm

    I just love this look. Your dungarees are gorgeous and look great with the white sneakers. Really lovely but still looking casual and relaxed – great. Lorraine x

  4. 25 June 2015 / 8:47 am

    I so couldn't pull this look off! You look ace! x

  5. 25 June 2015 / 3:01 am

    You can pull these off so well! Me…it would just look so sloppy. Love the laid back look on you!


    Hope to see you Thursday for TBT Fashion linkup.

    • 27 June 2015 / 5:57 pm

      Aww thanks Alice – I think a lot of it is how you feel in something… I get that dungarees aren't for everyone! x

  6. 24 June 2015 / 3:12 pm

    I love this! You look so fresh and funky. This is my day-to-day type of look….. Although, with my cropped hair and small bust, the dungarees can make me look like a teenage boy (with a few wrinkles!!) hahaha. I had never thought of going so casual on my own blog, you are such an inspiration.
    What blusher do you use? I like the warmth it brings to your face.

    • 27 June 2015 / 5:18 pm

      Samantha thank you, what lovely comments!! I can imagine you'd actually look amazing in dungarees – I think the red crop would suit them!

      I *think* the blusher I used here was a Barry M powder blush which, now that I've looked on their website, doesn't seem to be available any more. But it's close to the "Make Me Blush Powder Blusher" in Knickerbocker Glory – hope that helps…? It's a very peachy-orange colour that used sparingly comes out nice and warm 🙂

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