DUNGAREE SEASON IS BACK FT. ROMWE
Now that summer has sadly officially ended here in the UK, it's time to start thinking about Autumn / Winter fashion pieces and well, one item that continues to provide me with joy during those seasons are a good ol' pair of dungarees. I won't lie, it took me several years to come round to the idea but one day, I put all the TLC and baby-grow connotations to one side and decided to embrace them. And I genuinely have never looked back since.
I currently have two black pairs in my wardrobe, one super skinny pair and another pair which is a bit more of a 'boyfriend'-y fit but I felt like there was definitely a gap in my wardrobe for a blue denim pair. So, when ROMWE kindly got in touch wanting to collaborate, I was really excited to find this blue, ripped pair of dungarees on their site. They ticked all the boxes!
As much as I love black denim, I feel like blue denim has a more 'cool', casual, laid back vibe that's just so perfect for weekend outfits. There's nothing I love more than just throwing on a pair of jeans and a t-shirt for an effortlessly cool look, but, dungarees give an outfit that elevated fashion-y feel. They come in so many different styles; go for a flared pair with a great platform heel for something a bit more high fashion or strip them back with straight skinnies and trainers for something more everyday suitable. Either way, you'll look really chic and put together!
DUNGAREES - ROMWE
VEST TOP - TOPSHOP
TRAINERS - SUPERGA
SUNGLASSES - RAYBAN BLACK AVIATORS
The great thing about dungarees is that they do all the talking. You can pair them with a minimal, simplistic top and a pair of trainers and they just do all the work for you. It's fabulous and it makes dressing so much easier. And heck, if you're feeling super sassy, an evening option is always just to forgo wearing anything underneath at all. Naughty...
As you can see, I paired mine with a simple black strappy crop top from Topshop and my silver platform Superga trainers. Very casual. In terms of sizing, I stayed true to size with this pair as I feel like anything that's too baggy or hangs off me just makes me look bigger than I am - I much prefer dungarees to look quite skinny on the leg too as it makes pairing them with heels much easier.
I really hope you liked this look, it's something a bit different for me so if you'd like to see more causal style outfits, let me know!
Also, who else is excited about Autumn / Winter fashion? What are your go-to staples?
P.S. Photos above are taken by the lovely and very talented Holly Baxter.