Overalls have come a long way since the 1940s when they became popular with women entering the manufacturing sector en masse. The denim-bib style that was once the working person’s uniform for decades has evolved into an easy-wearing, one-and-done wardrobe staple for the fashionably inclined. After surveying our readers on their fall fashion wish lists, we discovered that many were carting up covetable coveralls. Whether it’s the rugged ease of a black canvas version or the sumptuous softness of a sleeveless suit rendered in corduroy or cashmere, this utility-chic tog has seized us with a shopping fever that we won’t shake until we’ve found the perfect pair. While classic brands like Carhartt and Dickies are still turning out sturdy workwear iterations in basic blues, blacks, and whites, newer overall styles can now be found in every conceivable fabrication – from corduroy to tencel and even cashmere (gasp!). Click through to see all the best overalls under the sun. (Sorry, had to!) At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Float Through The Heat In An Airy Cotton JumpsuitThis Sleek Jumpsuit Was Designed For Chefs,Turn Up The Heat With These 20 Boiler Suits
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If you were to combine two of the year's biggest trends, tonal dressing and coziness, you would get a matching sweatsuit. If you're like us, the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of a sweatsuit is a matching velour Juicy Couture moment, but it's 2020 now, and it's only right that the iconic look gets an upgrade. In our opinion, the best way to tackle this look is to make sure your colors match. That way, the look is more cohesive, and then, the world's your oyster. Pair your sweatsuit with sneakers, slides, or slippers. The possibilities really are endless when it comes to crafting this look, and honestly, we can't wait to shop. Whether you are going for an all-white look or prefer to stick to blacks or blues, we found a sweatsuit you're going to love. If you're set on a print, we say, make it tie-dye. Just keep reading to see some of our favorite ways to wear a matching set, then shop some of our most flattering picks! Related: 17 Pairs of Cozy Pajamas You're Going to Want to Wear Every Single Day
Without outfits to plan, schedules to coordinate, and portable phone chargers to buy in the days leading up to the first show, New York Fashion Week ended as quickly as it came. No street style, very few in-person runways, and no after-parties — digital NYFW was an entirely new experience. One thing about this week that didn’t change, though, was what it left behind: a variety of spring '21 trends to contemplate from now until the season actually begins. As expected, masks were everywhere during the shortened NYFW, starting with those showcased during sustainable brand Zero + Maria Cornejo’s video presentation. More appeared later at Collina Strada, Oak & Acorn, Libertine, and Imitation of Christ, to name a few. Staying true to the pandemic theme, gloves also made an appearance, though none that we’d consider wearing for anything other than aesthetics. At Theophilio, gloves were adorned on one hand only, whereas the ones at Rodarte were fanciful, dainty, and made of chiffon. From there, it was comfort that reigned supreme — another genre that we expected given the number of hours we continue to spend indoors and away from judging fashion eyes. Simon Miller and LRS used ribbing in their loungewear, while Collina Strada and PH5 went the sweatsuit route. Some designers took chances that we weren’t expecting. At Social Work, C+ Plus Series, Snow Xue Gao, and Maisie Wilen, among others, designers broke fashion's long-running rule by clashing varying prints. Snow Xue Gao included micro florals paired with plaid — thus making us happy we bought Kate Middleton’s floral mask before it sold out, just so we can now pair it with a plaid mini skirt — while metallic stripes sparred (in the best way possible) with quilt-like patchwork at Maisie Wilen. This NYFW was about more than just clothes, though. Many designers, including Oak & Acorn, Collina Strada, Studio 189, PH5, Tanya Taylor, and Chromat, used their spots on the NYFW calendar to spread meaningful messages regarding social injustices, climate change, politics, and more. Ahead, see all the trends that stood out at the first-ever digital NYFW. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Telfar Won NYFW By Announcing A Collab With UGGFace Masks Are Getting A Fashion-Forward TwistSweatsuits: The NYFW Trend We Should Have Expected
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While they're often packaged as travel-friendly options, mini beauty products don't require a boarding pass. After all, they're also an ideal way to try an entirely new skin-care routine . . . without committing to several full-sized items right off the bat. Since no one can say what our holiday plans will allow this year, we looked for the best sets that anyone with wanderlust can still appreciate on a staycation, a road trip to see family, or right in the bathroom at home. Ahead, check out the travel-sized beauty gifts from Sephora we're tempted to add to our overnight and everyday bags. Related: 24 Reasons You'll Want to Nab Sephora Collection's Beauty Advent Calendar ASAP
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