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Sunday, 11 November 2012

London - At the Palladium Theatre.


It is interesting to see how certain pieces of clothing can transcend different generations and keep on being re-interpreted differently by each one. In our parent's generation, dungarees were used as working uniform (blue collar), whereas today's generation interprets this as casual wear.

5 comments:

Underemployed said...

"Fashion" turns up its nose at "overalls" (while embracing jumpsuits, go figure), but I wore them back in the day (in fact, looked a lot like this young lady) and they are actually the most comfortable jeans out there.

She looks lovely!

styleeast said...

One of my recent favourites, such a chilled out vibe but has a glamour about it too. Not easy to pull off but she nails it! Hope to see you soon!

Fashion art and other fancies said...

I adore dungarees - I paint in them. Yes. Most artists do. And some day I might just go straight from studio in dungarees to PFW;)

Mat said...

big fan of dungs

dawn said...

Fresh

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