Look 1: Dungarees/Jumpsuit- M&S
Look 3: Dungarees/ Jumpsuit (as before)
Shirt- Urban Outfitters
Look 3: Dungarees/Jumpsuit (as before)
Crop Top- River Island
I bought this dungaree set in the Marks and Spencer summer sale back when I worked there. I'd been eyeing it up for ages but I thought I wouldn't get enough wears out of it to pay the full price and I knew it would go down as lets face it the Oldies weren't going to buy it really! Eventually I got it for about £15 (with my staff discount) which I personally felt was a massive bargain.
Surprisingly as things conspired I have gotten a lot of wear out of it. It's a really good quality- which yeah you should expect from M&S, but the bit I really love about it is that there's like five buttons and some clasps at the waist opening. This may sound excessive but trust me doing up so many buttons makes you feel kind of special and secure!
I thought some people may have difficulty envisioning this piece styled- hence the large amount that went into sale. Therefore I've taken style inspiration from three unlikely icons: a chavvy girl (or gansta b**** as Chris referred to this look), a 1940s gentleman/ Haley Cropper (from Coronation Street) and Lydia from Beetlejuice. Beetlejuice is an amazing film that you must see if you haven't by the way.
Which look is your favourite? Let me know how you style your dungarees!
Love Eleanor xxx
PS Sorry for the lack of links, most of these things are no longer available boo :(
Labels: fashion, ootd, street style, style, three ways to wear. marks and spencer