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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
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Fashion Month isn’t exactly known for producing wearable trends. And yet, when New York, the first of the four cities to hold the Spring 2021 shows, began its first all-digital showcase on Sunday, it presented looks that are a lot more attainable than in years past. It makes sense: With most of our lives spent at home now and in the foreseeable future, there is no need for extravagant dresses or out-there trends. And, given that sweatsuits have become the unofficial uniform of the pandemic, it makes even more sense that versions of the style (albeit much more fashionable than typical offerings) made their way into the shows of even the most high-fashion designers. (Masks, another necessity of the pandemic, also appeared frequently.) Sustainable designer Zero + Maria Cornejo debuted a stunning silky hot pink top with matching pants that looked like it could take its wearer from lounging in bed to jumping on a last-minute Zoom call and taking a walk outside. A collection that served as “a love letter to New York City,” it also showed other appropriate-for-today wear, including a white hoodie-shorts set and a coordinating mask-and-jacket look. Buzzy brand PH5 — whose new collection spread awareness about climate change and the bushfires that devastated Australia earlier this year, and cast members of the Firesticks Alliance, an Indigenous Australian-led organization, as models — showcased a printed pair of lounge-like pants with a coordinating sweatshirt and bucket hat, as well as knit matching sets. Even Rodarte, Kate and Laura Mulleavy’s label more known for its ethereal dresses and layered lace skirts, showed an athletic-inspired sweatsuit, emblazoned with “J’Aime Rodarte” on the sweatshirt and sweatpants a la its Radarte x Depop offerings, and floral pajama sets. Given that NYFW has a few more days left, it’s likely that many more brands will present their version of the style that we’ve come to live in (and love) over the past six months. See some of the NYFW-approved sets in the slideshow ahead and check back as we add more looks from the forthcoming presentations.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Harlem’s Fashion Row Kicked Off NYFWThe Winners Of The 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards Are...Fall’s Biggest Handbag Trends Are Practical & Fun