How 90s fab are these? Fresh off writing my Throwback Thursday post last week dedicated to 90s fashion I stumbled across these cuties in a little discount clothing store. It was love at first sight! I called these things suspender pants, but I’m not quite sure about that moniker. They’re not quite overalls since there’s no bib portion, and I don’t really consider them a jumpsuit since I HAVE to wear a shirt under them. A quick search on Amazon brought up some very similar items with a multitude of names: overalls, romper, jumpsuit and my favorite … suspender pants.
They are super comfy. I can easily style them for work and then change to a crop top for drinks, girls night or dinner. The straps are adjustable, so they work for my long body and can easily be shortened for those vertically challenged ladies. Oh and in case you missed it in the photos….THEY HAVE POCKETS!
While you might not be able to score these for the same awesome price I did you can certainly find some afforable options on Amazon here, here and here.
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I love fashion. I love making things. I also love shopping – in-store, online, handmade – it doesn’t matter to me. Here lately I seem to find myself falling down the Amazon rabbit hole. Combine Amazon Lightning Deals with my love for a bargain and you have a match made in heaven. Since I know I’m not the only one that loves some Amazon I have decided that I will start sharing my Amazon (and maybe some other) finds. You’ll get to see the good and the bad in all of its glory! I’ll give you low down on the sizing, fabric, fit and styling options. You might even get to see transformations of some the bad items. So without further ado…here is a sneak peek of the first item!
This top is super versatile and can be found here! Normally I toss it on with a bralette and some shorts for a comfy chic look, but today I decided to style it for work by pairing it with a black knit pencil skirt from Costco, black tank and slide-on sandals from Old Navy. Stay tuned for a follow-up post of other looks created with this top and a full review.