Sunday, 24 April 2016



One spring like sunny morning, when our gardens are in a feast of blooming blossom. I decided to dress as my inner four year old and take to the streets of my pretty London village. And pose like a yeti in the middle of the beautiful streets by 'pretending' to be a model in a pair of heels and my new favourite Tomboy Dungarees. (As you do!) 

To be fair I feel like my awkward posing has got a little better over these blogging months, but I'll delve more into that on my next post with a spin on 'How to Be The Best Blogger in the World'

The work wear vintage thick jean. 
Originally worn in the 40's by working women and 80's by our fabulous popstars. Our classic lovable dungarees have definitely made a wardrobe comeback over the last year or so. I love seeing a timeless statement piece like the dungarees constantly evolving with a crop ankle, fray hem or ripping detail which I've seen a lot recently on our high streets.

I've styled my dungarees with my new 70's inspired white-bell-sleeve cute blouse, which I'm kind of obsessing over. I recently wore this frilly top with a leather pale blue highwaisted skirt and nude platforms and felt so comfy and fabulous in it. (I can't help but wear this top! Expect more overuse of this top on me blog! Eeek!) 
Zara have such lovely pieces in at the moment. I would like them all please, especially a pair of suede mules I've seen and ACTUALLY all the spring summer collection. (Shhhhh!) 
Popped on my lush vintage black patent sandals, which have a lovely cross over strapping detail and my classic leather satchel bag.

Sunglasses(Borrowed from boo): Topman, Blouse: Zara, Dungarees: Rokit Similar hereSandals:Vintage, Bag: Absolute Vintage 

The dungarees look great with a plain or stripped roll neck jumper or roll neck top, a simple plain t-shirt or a funky slogan t-s, print shirt, vest or thick layering oversized cardigan. I've also worn this look with my converse trainers and primsoles too. So I find dungarees quite versatile to style and wear. These are also quite transitional across all seasons. (Bonus! :-) )

What do you think of this funky look? 

Thank you for reading. 



  1. Love this look! But I have to opt for dungaree dressed as the bib sections are never long enough for my torso �� You look fab! X

  2. Thank you Jennifer for your kind words. And taken the time to leave a comment. I love love your blogging page and look forward to reading your future posts. Yes I totally agree, finding the perfect dungarees can be tricky. In fact finding any perfect jeans can be tricky let alone dungarees. I do highly recommend checking out any vintage clothing stores you have around you, because I struggled to find the perfect fit on the high street. Xx

  3. Oh thank you! I will check them out, that's a great idea thank you xx