3 Ways To Wear Shortalls Without Looking Like A 90's Kid, As Styled By Bloggers
April 21, 2014
Admit it, if you’re a 90’s girl, you’re eyeing overalls this season. And now that it’s getting hotter, shortalls (as we like to call them) are great for spring and summer. But while you’re thinking about buying a pair, you can’t help but remember the ones you wore as a kid. So now, almost twenty years later, how can you make shortalls cool? How can you “bring ’em back?” Well, we have the answer.
Following a style bloggers’ tips is a great way to learn how to wear tricky new trends, like shortalls. So we looked high and low for the bloggers that “wore it best.” While each blogger wears shortalls differently, they all make them look super cute and totally grown-up.
1. With stripes. Nautical stripes are always popular during the warmer months, and we already know that booties are great for spring. Pair your shortalls with both of these trends, like Sarah Yates of A House In The Hills, and you have the perfect casual daytime look.
2. With pumps. Now that you’re a “grown-up” you can dress up your shortalls with a great pair of heels and an embroidered top. If you style your shortalls like this, you can take them from day to night with ease.
3. With leather: Always Judging took her “grown-up” shortalls to the next level when she wore a leather pair. These Rag and Bone Leather Shortalls are perfect for a night out with the girls. Pair them with a simple white button up and a pair of black booties and you’re bound to make a statement.