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Country Style | OOTD

Ok, ok, I know I’ve already talked about my dungarees on here one too many times. I’m just utterly and completely in love with them and to be fair, I haven’t featured them in any outfit post yet! Today I’m going to set that straight: it’s time for my lovely “garden pants” as they’re called in Dutch, to shine.

So far I’ve worn them mostly with sweaters and I love how comfy and cute they are that way, but with temperatures rising, it’s time for me to explore different ways to wear my dungarees. No matter how urbanly I see people style these, I can’t really shake my association of “garden pants” with the country. For this outfit I decided to just roll with it and jump in head-firstΒ πŸ™‚

I love the way these light wash dungarees look with pastels and white, so I decided to pair them with a white, lace detail top.Β My white lace sneakers are pretty much the only pair of sporty shoes you’ll see me in, and I think they work wonderfully with the casual feel of the dungarees. A beautiful wooden watch and big, floppy straw hat pull the look together. You know I love my hats!

What I’m Wearing
Hat: Primark
Top: H&M
Dungarees: New Yorker
Shoes: Primark
Watch: Jord
Lipstick: Sleek Matte Me Bittersweet

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6 thoughts on “Country Style | OOTD”

  1. Oh, one more thing! I want to buy a Jord watch for my husband and I’d like to ask about the fastening. Is it strong? Or is it likely to open in the course of the day?

    1. It has never opened on me unexpectedly, the quality truly is wonderful. It fastens with one of those systems that you squeeze from the top & bottom.

      1. Thank you very much! Now I won’t worry that it will open and get lost during an intense workday.

  2. They are called “garden pants” in Polish too. I can’t get over this association. This, and kindergarten kids πŸ˜€ Garden pants are good for them, since they don’t fall during playtime, tons of running and climbing. The last time I saw dungarees on anyone, it was almost 20 years ago on small kids. So now, when they’re suddenly back… I can’t, I just can’t πŸ˜€

    1. I was a small kid 20 years ago so I’m just super happy I get to wear them again, haha! Took some getting used to but now I’m all for it

      1. We’re more or less the same age, I’m only slightly older. High five πŸ™‚
        And you look fabulous in them! πŸ™‚

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