I know this is a controversial topic so I’ll speak delicately: I like dungarees but I’m not like, everyone has to wear dungarees. Not everyone can be that person. But for those who are, who know the heady delights of the buckled straps and useful pockets, this is for you.
Probably the best princess ever now I’ve seen this. People wore dungarees like they were normal clothes in the 80s though. I have the evidence of both of my parents in them pre-me and therefore having to have proper jobs. I salute you Dad.
Chung wore these to a club, which I quite admire. The obvious problem with dungarees is that one wore them as a tot, which means they are sort of infantilising, as well as referencing of garages. And I think we may be finally exiting the ultra-twee phase that has taken over girl culture on the internet: I do not really want to see any more cupcakes or woodland creatures. I think this season’s pastel overload may finally have broken me.