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I've been pretty frugal so far this year but am weirdly tempted by a pair of denim dungarees like these to wear with fitted t-shirts for Spring.
Are they in fact (as my "I have been staring at code for too long" brain suggests) cute as a button or will they make me look like a)a mad BBC children's TV presenter or b)as if I am trying to dress like my toddler in some sort of Motherboy scenario? Answers on a postcard....
Dungarees have mixed reviews. I personally love them. I have those very dungarees. I havent worn them yet..but they are really lovely and a grown up style as opposed to a pair of childish old enough to remember andypandy vaguelly bbc presenter ones. I think the key is to have a slightly wide leg for me. Suits my shape. Wait for the huge tidal wave of negativity regarding dungarees....but do make up your own mind.
The toast models make everything look crap. They are really nice on. Tbh, the only issue i have with them is the length. They are fine for me at 5ft 5 but i think any taller and you may be struggling. They are meant to have a straight widish leg. These are not meant to be tight.