Some of you may have seen in my previous instagram post I have recently brought some overalls from Topshop. Not available online, mine are twill/tweed style and I cannot stop wearing them!
So will the overalls make a come back for S/S 2013? They featured on some of fashion's most influential catwalks, from edgy 3.1 Phillip Lim (one of my favourite designers!) to the feminine collections of Jason Wu.
Not only have they been making a come back amongst the high end fashion elite, 2012 saw them being sported on the street, and they continue to do so. Celebrities such as British Style Awards 2012 winner Alexa Chung have always made the overall a signature wardrobe piece, both of the day and evening.
Originally when people mentioned the word 'overall' or 'dunagrees' my mind imagined one of the following: Saved by the Bell, A hillbilly or a Builder. But now they scream easy style, a hot piece for 2013 and a wardrobe staple. Here are my favourite picks from the highstreet:
1. Free People Cross Over Distressed Dungarees, £98 // Buy them here
2. Nasty Gal Acid Wash and Mesh Overalls, £105 // Buy them here
3. Topshop Tailored Dungaree by Boutque, £100 // Buy them here
4. Danielle Scutt Dungarees in Black Denim, ASOS, £67.50 // Buy them here
5. ASOS Leather Look Dungarees with Buckle Detail, £55 // Buy the here
So versatile and easy to wear, both from day through to the evening, smart and casual, this is how I style my Topshop Overalls.
Overalls & Crop Top, Both Topshop // Converse, Office
Smarten it up... DIY Studded Jacket, Old Miss Selfridge Collection // Bag, Cambridge Satchal Company, ASOS £139
...And just add heels // Heels, River Island Sale // Necklace, H&M
Wearing them assisting on a shoot at Selfridges
So what do you think of the Overalls? A blast from the past that sould have stayed there? Or a piece you might invest in this Pre Spring Season? I'd love to know how you'd style these Topshop Tweed Overalls!