Dungarees. Reliving my youth.

Friday, August 12, 2016


When I say youth, I mean my childhood. I wore dungarees a lot when I was little, I loved them.

However, after the age of ten, when my Mum made me wear a hand-me-down pair of red dungarees with small ice creams all over them to a party (a party!!), I refused to step into another pair ever again.

Until now.

These khaki lovelies were a recent ebay win. They arrived, I ironed them, I wore them. And I'll wear them tomorrow, and possibly the day after.

Have a great weekend!

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  1. These are amazing, seriously some of the best I've seen! xxx

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    1. Thanks Laura, I'm really pleased with them :)

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  2. I'm liking the sound of your ice cream dungarees! As a child I had some purple velvet ones with a bumble bee embroidered on the bib which I loved to bits!
    Your grown-up versions look fantastically chic. xxx

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    1. Thank you. The red dungarees where lovely but I was 10 and wanted to look like Madonna...

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  3. This is a nice pair, and they suit you very well! xxx

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  4. I love them I have been after a pair of light denim one's for the whole of winter. I lived in my short legged ones in summer. So comfy and easy to wear.

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    1. I might have bought myself a pair of short ones too...

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  5. Dunagrees and denim always make me think of childhood.

    http://lizziedailyblog.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Corduroy, hand knitted jumpers, and cagoule's trigger the most childhood memories for me

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  6. They look amazing Hazel!!! I had a pink pair of Dungarees when I was in year 2 although I have bad memories associated with them because I was told off in Assembly when wearing these for something I didn't mean to say wrong!
    Hello by the way
    I am so sorry I have not been around recently. I've actually been on a cruise for almost 2 weeks and before I was in France for a week! I do apologise for the lack of blog presence and comments. I do hope you are well! I'm busy on Thursday but do you want to do a maze this week!?

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    1. Hello! Thank you :)
      I hope dungarees haven't been spoilt for you by the experience?
      Sounds like you've been busy, I don't think I'll be able to make the maze this week, work and life are manic this week. I'll comment over on your blog too...

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  7. Oh they're so lovely! You've managed to avoid the dreaded looking-like-a-kids-TV aspect of adults wearing dungarees! Gorgeous! :)

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