Duck Work Overalls in Stone- Only One XS Left!
*All items bought on sale are final sale*
*These don’t have stretch and the fabric is stiff so you may want to order a size up*
Women’s Work Overalls 3.0! This is the new pattern as of September 2020. If you already have a pair or have tried on a pair before Spring 2020, here are the updates…
-Larger chest area in all sizes
-Reinforced, double needle contrast stitching on center front seam, center back seam, side seams, and pockets. This will ensure longer lasting, more durable seams.
Ready for overalls that are ready to work but made for a woman? These American-made overalls are feminine, tough, and good for the planet. We make them in small batches out of remnant fabric to reduce our impact on the Earth.
Not sure about sizing? When looking at the size chart, we recommend paying most attention to the hip measurement. If you’re not comfortable wearing garments that are tight around your hips/butt, you may want to size up. These overalls do not have any stretch, but when you try them on, maybe wear them around the house for a bit before you decide if they are too tight. You can also hike the legs up before you squat down.
*Pictured here with the Long Sleeve RInger in Striped Aubergine.
MATERIAL-Cotton/polyester duck fabric in stone
FIT-There are 3 front pockets and two back pockets. Bust darts and back darts ensure a shape-hugging fit. Reinforced, contrast double stitching down center front, center back, side seams, and pockets. Reinforced elastic at the base of the straps.
Back zipper closure
Traditional overall buckles can be adjusted for length in the torso.
CARE-Please machine wash cold and hang dry to avoid shrinkage. If you want them to shrink, wash hot and tumble dry.
2X-Large Short, Large Short, Medium Short, Small Short, X-Large Short, X-Small Short, X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, 2X-Large
These look great- definitely a designer overall. I love the material and stitching- seems like they will hold up really well. I wore them around the house once before adjusting the straps to add some torso length because I was feeling pretty cramped. With a few extra inches in strap length, they’re more comfortable, but might not be suitable for a road trip or day at the office (they’re a bit tight to sit for lengths of time or to bend a lot in). That’s the price you pay for a very flattering (and comfortable) standing fit, I guess. Who knows, maybe they’ll get less stiff with further wear. For reference, I got a large (my measurements are chest 38″, waist 34″, hips 41″). The chest is big enough to wear a sweater underneath, which is nice. Length is great- I’m 5’9″ and can wear uncuffed, or cuff a few inches. Excited for all the ways I can style these!