You may think of overalls as more of a summer garment—blame the months you spent as a kid wearing them while school was out—but they actually hold their own in the colder months, too. Follow the lead of the fashion set to learn how to wear overalls in the fall and winter, and you won't have to pack them away with your sandals and gingham dresses.
If you have a denim pair, swap out your linen crop top for a lightweight hoodie or a knit turtleneck. Pile on the outerwear—whether it's a leather jacket or a faux-fur coat—and make cropped hems seasonally appropriate with cute hosiery or ankle-hugging sock boots. It's also the ideal time to break out overalls in heavier fabrics like leather or velvet, which can be dressed up with silk blouses or fancy knits.
With a little thoughtful layering, dungarees can be a year-round staple. Below, see 10 ways to wear them right now, plus shop pairs for every style.
We love head-to-toe white in the winter, but adding the camo jacket takes this one up a notch.
The details here—from the coordinating scarf to the slightly sheer socks—are all on point.
Who says paint-spattered overalls can't look high fashion?
Keep things sleek and simple with a black turtleneck and patent boots.
This dressier option proves anyone can wear the trend.
Like leather pants, only better.
Very My So-Called Life—and we fully mean that as a compliment.
Break out the Carhartts.
Oversize layers keep you comfy and warm.
The gold accents make this outfit particularly sophisticated.
Style these with a '70s-style pussy-bow blouse.
You can't beat the classic.
Add a pop of color underneath, or opt for head-to-toe neutrals.
We love this head-to-toe winter white look.
You can't go wrong with a loose, comfortable fit.
The workwear staple gets a stylish upgrade.
Yep, you can find skinny-jeans styles too.
The zip-front is a cool touch.
Everything is better with a bow on it.
With heels, this leather pair is perfect for a dinner party or night out.
This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.