Overalls are back!
Here are three celeb-inspired ways to wear them.
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Yes, ladies, you read that correctly. Overalls, my all-time favorite trend from the '90s, are making their way back in style. Now, before you get all oh heck no on me, check out the way these celebs have styled their dungarees. Turns out they can work in a bunch of different situations.
For Saturday afternoon with family: Alessandra Ambrosio took hers out for a spin one weekend, pairing them with two layered tank tops. She added classic Ray-Ban Clubmaster sunglasses, a structured shoulder bag and wedge sandals, which gave the look a more mature feel.
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If you're going out with girlfriends: Actress Brie Larson hit the Sundance channel premiere of "The Spectacular Now" sporting a pair over coveralls with a silky button-down. She teamed the outfit with beat-up combat boots, but I think a chic pump would have been a wiser move for girls' night out, pushing the style into cool-girl dressy territory.
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Date night with your partner: "Revenge"'s Ashley Madekwe attended a Topshop/Topman event in these patterned dungarees from the brand. Simple jewelry, a black clutch and strappy sandals allow her overalls to be the center of attention.
What do gals think? I'm a huge fan of Ashley Madekwe, but who do you feel pulled off the trend the best? Are you inspired to try out overalls? Discuss!
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Photos: Ashley Madekwe courtesy of Topshop; Others: Getty images
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Everyone who is wearing these overalls would look ten times better wearing jeans or long pants. Overalls are not attractive on anyone except a model whom (as I said earlier) would look much better in jeans or long pants.
However, if you just want comfort and don't care about looks, go for the overalls! (And get rid of all the floral pants--they make my eyes hurt. And it only makes the consumer look that much longer for solid long pants).
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