Thursday, February 7, 2013

The nineties are back!, Jumpers and dungarees to give and take

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From 13 to 16 years had in my closet several dungarees. I remember them very well, had a denim dungarees over Levi's, another short cowboy with stars and a cowboy pichi pockets. Were l nineties and both jumpers as dungarees were popular. It was the most unbearable of my closet, I actually molaban much. The Cowboys are back jumpers at the cutting edge, leading several seasons poking his head shyly but for spring 2013 are recorded with great force.

I have not decided if I will buy one, but for now I'm looking around the shops to find the perfect model. Celebs like Alexa Chung are fans of Dickies jeans and jumpers.'s Lead with such grace that I produce a lot of envy. The good thing is that jumpers can carry both summer and winter. Here you have a selection of the models I've seen ...

pichi black cowboy

A black cowboy pichi flared at the skirt can be a wise move for those not decide on a traditional cowboy pichi. The photo is from TopShop and really goes with everything.

Cowboy pichi flowers

The model we propose Topshop seems cute, shaped dress, the detail of the paisley flowers gives a different touch to the design.

pichi buttons topshop

Another model of Topshop, pichi cowboy with gold buttons. The lightweight denim is perfect for spring.

Cowboy pichi dahlia

A flight in pichi cowboy skirt combined with a pastel blouse will give a romantic touch to our looks. The photo is of Dahlia.

asos denim dungarees

Peto short frayed denim with details of Asos. Dickies shorts are ideal for summer, combined with a striped shirt sailor give an air fun.

LONG PICHI ASOS

We also have the long pants version. Peto cowboy Asos gray granite for informal and casual looks.

leather breastplate

Peto with leather straps Miss Selfridge. The spaghetti straps and leather give it another more modern denim dungarees.

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