I was talking to a couple of friends the other day about how to label my outfit in this post. In England you’d call what I’m wearing dungarees, in America you’d call them overalls. I have this problem a lot when labeling clothing items in posts, its always a battle whether to name them the English version or the American, mainly because for some very confusing reason English and Americans have very different meanings for the same clothing items. For example, a jumper in England is an American sweater, where as a jumper in America is an English pinafore. Overalls in America are what I’m wearing in this post, but English overalls are what you’d generally find farmers wearing, or mechanics, sturdy ‘trousers’ which you’d pull over regular trousers, attached to an upper bib with straps, or if you’re a mechanic, overalls would be an all in one suit… see the confusion? Anyhow, I’ve come to the realization that sometimes I’ll choose the English version of the word and sometimes I’ll choose the American. So, if it doesn’t make sense to you it’s probably because I’ve used the other countries word version.
Anyhow! After I’ve bored you with that! These DUNGAREES are on SALE for $39 and I love them so much! I rolled them up a little because I wasn’t loving the style of the fray at the bottom, and wore them over a T-shirt also on sale for dun dun dun dunnn $10.80! So for under $50 grab yourself this dungaree/overall – t-shirt/shirt combo and enjoy this summer!