Holla for Hump Day ?!!! I’m celebrating my mid-week marker with a fun outfit of Pink Overalls!

Ok, let’s talk overalls for a minute. They’re an interesting form of clothing, not quite a dress, not pants, not a top…they’re all of this combined (if you can’t tell I am a fan). I know wearing them can feel like a style regression into pre-school. BUT if style them appropriately, they can add so much fun to an otherwise plain outfit–plus they’re so easy!

Ok, so I LOVE mini skirt overalls (I own two). The way I keep them feeling fresh and not like I’m back in diapers is by styling them as skirts! I wear the bib down just to add some flare…But there are a TON of ways to style overalls to feel adult:

  • wear them with an adult top–a crop top or a button down
  • add a belt (this can come off really 80s though so watch out)
  • buy current denim styles–distressed, boyfriend cut, etc.
  • stay away from too much embroidery (remember those Looney Tunes overalls you had growing up)
  • stay away from bright colored denim–pick adult tones (neutrals, blue jeans)
  • the fit/cut are most important to sophisticating this toddler trend

Check out how I styled my pink overalls to add some edge to my hump day…

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Don’t be afraid to give overalls a try. They are super fun and can create an edgy outfit! They’re a great staple for weekend wear. Swap your go-to jeans for a pair of relaxed overalls to add flare to your casual style! You won’t regret it..

What are you wearing today? Let me know in the comments!

Shop My Look

| Pink Overall Skirt | Corduroy Overall Dress | Red Striped Turtleneck | ConverseHot Pink Bag |

P.S. Most of this outfit pieces are from overflow stores (Ross, Marshalls) But I have included links to similar items.

Check out my other Spring Outfits: Jumper Outfit | Vintage Sweater Outfit | Gingham Skirt Outfit

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