Collection: Vintage Overalls

The Vintage Overalls đź“»

Ever heard the phrase? It was always better before! That's why our range of Vintage Overalls is so popular. With its uniqueness and a rich array of choices, colors come together and unravel with the rhythm of the seasons.
If you're more of a 90s person, the Dark Green Vintage Overalls brings back the golden age of the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" series, where Will Smith enthralled us with his charisma through overalls that he used to wear with one strap attached (why not?).
For lovers of the 2000s or millennials, the Vintage Brown Velvet Overalls perfectly suits the current urban fashion trend. Manga and Japanese culture fans also find what they're looking for, with cute kawaii overalls, for example!
For mornings when time is of the essence and quick decisions need to be made, the vintage overall is easy to wear. Pair it with your favorite t-shirt, boots, or sneakers, and let your hair's natural waves flow for effortless chic. Add a bold lipstick with minimal makeup if you really want to elevate this look. The versatility of denim and its high-quality materials ensure a flawless outfit over time.
This means you don't need to overthink your color palette; the retro style of our overalls gives you freedom in your choices as it can blend with almost anything. Quite handy when looking to refresh your boho wardrobe. 👒

A Bit of History! 🎥

After the war, most women returned to their family lives if they could. Other women had no choice but to continue working on the family farm. They also had no choice but to keep wearing overalls. The overalls of the 1920s were made of dark blue denim with wide-cut legs that folded over boots, a square bib in the front, and two straps that crossed in the back like an X or joined on the shoulders with a triangular bib in the back. This last style prevented the straps from falling off the shoulders, a common problem for women with sloping shoulders.
The idea that women wear overalls for fashion instead of doing "men's work" only emerged in the late 1930s. The first group of women to wear them was not yet women but little girls. Boys had been wearing denim overalls, just like their fathers, for a few decades already. Mothers of yesteryear anticipated the cold and put their daughters in sturdy overalls to play outside. Eventually, the clothing market took over and produced Overall Dress designed for little girls. Not to be confused with the boys' blue denim overalls, girls' overalls were made of dark blue cotton with pockets in the front rather than on the sides.
You now know where to turn for an old-fashioned overall that still fits the times! 🕰️