6 Overalls That Look Overall Fantastic

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6 Overalls That Look Overall Fantastic

by Mollie Wintle |
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It's London Fashion Week and we spy overalls on the catwalk. And we couldn't be happier. Not only do they look incredibly cute, they've got that lack of sleeve thing going on that's just an ideal way to show off layers and/or arms. Check out these instagram snaps for some inspiration.


Spotted at A.P.C., the Parisian brand shows that a utiliarian look can be both pretty and practical. You could roll down a hill in these without showing anyone you knickers and you'd look seriously on-trend (and free-spirited) in the process.

Lib Purvis

Olivia Purivs pairs a bardot-esque top with some simple black dungarees, proving that you only need to flash a little bit of flesh to look amazing. Optimistic nod to summer with the sneakers and sunglasses.

Pandora Sykes

Dungarees are undeniably cutesy, so why not embrace the cutesiness with a high necked striped tee? Pandora Sykes shows us how its done with the aid of the moon, or possibly willow, filter. Very petit batea.

Frédérique Harrel

Why leave overalls at the dungarees? We love the pinafore dresses popping up on Instagram. Frédérique Harrel pairs hers with a flannel shirt for a chic yet cosy look.

What We Wore

Orange on orange works in a way here that we were just not expecting. We could put up endless scaffolding in this outfit knowing that we looked fantastic.

Chriselle Lim

And finally a shout out to Chriselle for bringing to our attention what must from this moment onwards be called the skinny pinny. Proving that thin straps bring a certain elegance to the traditionally cutesy pinafore look, Chriselle even manages to make fingerless gloves work here. Usually impossible to wear without looking like Marilyn Manson.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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