24 March 2011


I'm kinda confused here.

Is this literally something you are supposed to wear to work? Or is this some sort of overalls-ish fashion statement?

I'm guessing the women who actually do wear something similar to work would probably laugh at women wearing this as a fashion statement.

Oh, and it is $200.

My gut is telling me you can go to a thrift store to find one or borrow it from a welder friend.


  1. Wow! $200, and it's probably dry-clean-only, too. lol. Fashion is...interesting. You can buy a real one of those--one that probably would last forever and can be washed hot with bleach--at a farm store for under $100.

  2. NO! Put that towards a Loubotin fund (a pretty pair of course!)

    Chic 'n Cheap Living

  3. Whooooa - yeah, I don't think I can pull that look off!

  4. What in the hell?

    That's all I have to say about that.

  5. ROFL. Wow... I'm no fashionista, but I think I'd rather PAINT in an oversized t-shirt and a pair of old shorts than THAT. Ew!

  6. All I can think is that when you were to sit down in it, it would be rather uncomfortable in the same way overalls are to the ummmm lady parts

  7. Let's call that what it is - a Halloween costume. Lovely if you're going as a mechanic.

  8. I'm pretty sure I look like that on a rough day at work. Not even kidding.

    Although, my coveralls cost me $50, I put the dirty on them myself. Maybe I need to start selling my dirty work clothes for 4X the cost...



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