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975358 No.6682   [Reply]

It's hard to wear overalls when you're skinny and short! You have to move the strap adjustment sliders and make the straps almost as short as they are able to go.

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>> No.6688  

Thanks. It's great to know that I'm properly "rocking" my overalls ... and it looks as good as it feels!

>> No.6702  
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Overalls are cute, comfy, and easy to wear... but only if they fit well.

>> No.6706  

Wow those overalls fit you very well. Nice curve on the top of the bib, which is a sign the overalls are under tension because you have pulled them up nice high. Keep wearing them like that!

>> No.6709  
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Thank you!
It’s very rare that I happen to see another person wearing overalls. Sadly, very few people wear them these days.
I wear my overalls high on my chest. When I wear them that way, the bib sits closely against my chest and doesn’t ‘flop around’ when I am walking or sitting down.
When people wear their overalls too loosely (or have the straps adjusted too long) there tends to be a larger gap between their stomach and the bib.

>> No.6710  
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I wear the same way so no gap. I have many pairs and only wear overalls and its perfect. Always adjusted the correct way when so not loose when out and about and perfect when i sleep as it better to sleep in overalls. As part of my collection i also wear dickies as well.

>> No.6711  

Nice overalls; they fit you well!
I currently own several pairs of Dickies. I have the Stonewashed Indigo (8396). I also have the Indigo Blue (83294), like I am wearing in post >>6709 .

>> No.6712  

Nice as dickies is great to wear especially the indigo blue. Thank you. I have two dickies to wear and enjoy wearing this brand. Generally i wear dickies for sleep but every once in a while ill wear out and about. I have many other brands like Levi's and Carhartt wip i wear during the day as well in addition to dickies at night. I only wear overalls and have adjusted all straps like your so it ends up being the perfect fit.

>> No.6787  
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I followed your advice about shortening the straps as short as they will go. My overalls feel so much better! Here is how I looked before I adjusted my straps...

>> No.6788  
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Here is how I looked after I adjusted my straps...

>> No.6789  

Wow that looks SO much better when you have pulled them up high. When someone is wearing overalls low, it gives the impression that he doesnt really want to wear overalls. Overalls should always be worn high. It looks better, it is super comfortable and it feels awesome when the bib is very high on your chest. Maybe you can try to adjust the straps a little bit higher

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318011 No.6731   [Reply]

Is there a reason that some people wear overalls with one strap left unfastened?

As in, do they just like wearing overalls that way, or is there an actual reason to leave one strap unfastened?

>> No.6732  

From what i can tell it’s just peoples preference. Some wear one strap and some wear no straps. Its all preference. Personally i only wear overalls and wear both straps.

>> No.6733  

Especially when sleeping as I always sleep in dickies overalls

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Overalls are designed to distribute weight evenly across the shoulders. I find overalls uncomfortable to wear, if I leave one strap undone. I always wear mine with both straps buckled, because it looks more balanced.

>> No.6786  

I do the same. If one strap undone it becomes uncomfortable. I always wear both straps up as most comfortable especially since I always sleep in overalls.

No.6781   [Reply]

What's the name of that kind of bib overs that engineers etc wear, not made of denim and the straps are just held with clips, I would not some for the summer, if they are comfortable.

>> No.6784  
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Dickies is selling them in Europe, that is the typical European industrial bib overalls style.

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275835 No.6776   [Reply]
>> No.6777  

Wear a shirt ;-)

>> No.6778  

Plenty of others here also don’t wear shirts though

No.6773   [Reply]

Why does every post I make here get removed?

>> No.6774  

Violations, posting copyrighted material with a watermark, etc ...
Not following threads ...

>> No.6775  

This post hasn’t been removed 😜

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62361 No.6734   [Reply]

Opinion: reasons why wearing overalls with the bib down is not the best idea:
1.) Wearing the bib down is not practical for work or activities that require bending and moving, as the overalls may slip down. Wearing the bib up and fastening both of the straps helps keep the overalls in place and ensures that the overalls don’t slide down as you move around.
2.) The bib often has pockets, so wearing it up allows you to use these pockets to carry items.
3.) With the bib down, you lose the additional coverage and protection for your clothes underneath.
4.) The unfastened straps could potentially cause a tripping hazard if they're not secured.
5.) It increases the likelihood of the bib or straps getting caught or snagged on something since they are loose.
6.) When it's cold, having the bib up helps retain body heat by covering your chest and back.

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>> No.6739  

You are absolutely right. Bib must be worn up fully or otherwise no good. That said i will add to that my rule. Bib must be visible at all times when worn. For me i say especially when i sleep as i also only sleep in my dickies overalls. If something is going to cover it up i do not wear. You have the best example of how to wear and those look amazing on you.

>> No.6743  

It makes me very mad -- and annoyed -- whenever I see someone wearing overalls with either the bib hanging down or one strap undone. Another thing that drives me absolutely crazy is when I see people wearing overalls and one or both of the side buttons are left undone. Not being able to fasten all of the side buttons is a sign that your overalls don't fit correctly. Why not buy the next size up, so you're able to fasten all of the side buttons? I don't want to walk by one of "those people" and catch a glimpse of their underwear, or lack of, through the gap where the side buttons aren't fastened! Sorry to say it, but this is my honest opinion.

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It was a slow day at work and I got kind of bored. So I started playing around with the strap adjusters on my overalls.
I pulled the adjusters all the way forward and the straps got longer. The bib of my overalls began to drop in height and started to curl forward and droop. The top of the bib was now positioned near the middle of my stomach. My straps, now at full length, were no longer able to support the bib and hold it flat against my chest. The buckles started to jingle against the buttons on the bib. If I were to have made a sharp motion with my shoulders, the straps might have come unhooked off the buttons; the bib would have fallen on my lap.
I held onto my left strap and started to slide the adjuster back as far as it would go, until it was positioned behind my back. The buckle was nice and snug on my shoulder and it jingled less now. But the right side of my overalls bib still drooped loosely away from my chest. I now had to adjust the right strap, to make both straps even in length.
Never before, had I ever bothered to adjust my straps as short and as snug as they would go. I was amazed at the way the bib now sat higher on my chest. I shifted in my chair. With every movement I made, the bib also moved with me. The straps gently tugged at my shoulders. I had finally found the perfect way to wear my overalls. So I decided not to mess around with the straps anymore and keep them short.

>> No.6746  

I did the same with mine when i switched to overalls only. It is better feeling that way. I to work a job in overalls as i work from home taking calls and its great. A friend also convinced me to sleep in overalls as well which is great. Always great to have adjusters on overalls short for a perfect feeling. Yours look amazing as well.

>> No.6752  
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>>6737 I like the tan Dickies. I would like to add a tan and a black Dickies to my collection. So far, I only have stonewashed and indigo blue.

>> No.6753  

The dickies you have look amazing on you. I want to add those as well especially the black dickies. Right now i just have two dark blue dickies as part of my collection along with other brands as i only wear overalls. My dickies are mostly for sleeping in but i do wear out from time to time and when time comes i need to add the above like you want to.

>> No.6754  

Rather for 6752

>> No.6755  

The 'Stonewashed Indigo Blue' Dickies overalls (style: 8396) are made of lightweight denim and are not as thick and heavy as the darker 'Indigo Blue'
overalls (style:83294). This makes the stonewashed style perfect for wearing during warmer weather, because you won't get as hot in them. The 'Indigo Blue' overalls are made of thick, heavy denim, which makes them sturdier and more durable for working in. They would be able to withstand more wear and tear than the lighter-weight stonewashed style could.

>> No.6756  

You’re welcome and agreed. I eventually will get the light blue as well along with a black from eBay. Dickies are great overalls to wear and love wearing out and sleeping in them.

>> No.6771  

I agree! (Although, I'm sure some people might disagree with me): If you're not going to wear the bib --up-- and fasten --both-- of the straps, there is no point of even owning a pair of overalls!

No.6768   [Reply]

Wearing overalls normally with the bib up and both straps buckled
is better than
Wearing overalls with one strap unhooked and hanging down
is better than
Wearing the bib down with both straps unhooked and hanging down
is better than
Not wearing overalls / wearing jeans

No.6762   [Reply]

I learn that people don't worry about what you are wearing. Too busy to know what you are thinking about themselves!

Wear your overalls proudly, but keep those blue denim overalls for days off and everything will go easy.

>> No.6765  

I grew up during a
time when overalls were popular and were mostly worn by girls... however a few boys wore them, also. I asked my parents to buy me overalls, but I was told 'no'. I didn't discover how awesome overalls were until I was an adult and bought myself a few pairs online. I felt very excited while I put on the overalls and adjusted them. Staring at myself in the mirror and admiring how I looked while wearing overalls became a fetish for me. However, the main reasons why I bought the overalls was because I loved how they felt on my body and that I wanted to wear them in public. I wear my overalls everyday, but usually cover up the bib before going out, by wearing a shirt over the overalls, so it appears as if I'm just wearing baggy pants. My goal is to stop covering up the overalls and wear them openly, bib and all.

>> No.6766  

Same as you. I wear overalls everyday as very comfortable and love the feel. I started off by only wearing a couple of days with em covered up then began to go to overalls only and has been perfect. Then I began wearing openly soon after. I then made a rule that my overalls must be fully showing when i wear. It all went good and then i took the last step and said i should be sleeping in em as well so i can be comfortable at night. It is a process but you will get there and will wear openly with whatever brands you have. Overalls only is the best and glad you switched to overalls only.

No.6698   [Reply]

Do you wear your overalls around your friends or family?


If so, have your family or friends mentioned anything about your overalls in a conversation?


Are they supportive of your preference to wear overalls?


I wanted to hear what your experiences have been. I want to feel confident when wearing my overalls around other people that I know.

>> No.6699  

It has been great. I just recently switched to overalls only and it has been perfect. My friends and family like my overalls and when out in public i get a bunch of compliments. It may take time for the comfort level to get there but it eventually does and you’ll wear more and more.

>> No.6704  

I decided to wear my overalls to my friends house yesterday. I put on an orange hoodie over them, hoping to conceal the straps and the bib.

When I got to my friend's house, I bent over to remove my shoes. While doing that, my hoodie had shifted, revealing the side buttons on my overalls.

My friend was surprised and asked, "dude, are you wearing overalls?"

"Yeah, I am." I said.

My friend looked surprised and said, "Wow, that's cool. I didn't know you liked overalls."

"Yeah, I do." I replied. "I like
them, but I'm too scared to wear them in public."

Anyways, my friend didn't care or mind that I was wearing overalls.

>> No.6705  

Do you wear your jumpsuit with your friends or family?

Whenever I have worn onesies with friends or family it has been with a hoodie or jacket over them covering the straps and bib.

If so, has your family or friends mentioned anything about your monkey in conversation?

They have never made any comments, so I understand that they have not noticed, or have not wanted to comment.

Do they support his preference for wearing overalls?

I can't know, they've never told me anything, and since I live alone, I don't think anyone knows that I have overalls.

I wanted to know what your experiences have been. I want to feel safe when I wear my jumpsuit around other people I know.

The only times I have worn the jumpsuits in public have been with strangers, and although I have sometimes been asked about them, I have always received positive messages, at most out of curiosity.

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>> No.6760  

My mom made me wear overalls as a kid and I hated them! As soon as I left the house, I would unfasten both of the shoulder straps and pull the bib down. I would tuck the straps and the bib down into the pants part of the overalls, so that they looked like normal baggy pants.

>> No.6761  

I wear around everyone and they compliment in addition to compliments around town. I only wear overalls (even for sleeping)and it’s perfect. It takes time for confidence level to go up but you will get there.it took me 2 months to get there and switch over.

No.6757   [Reply]

I was around 10 when I saw this older boy wearing an overall outfit.
Please, mom, please! … OK, but you must wear them often. I grew up in overalls, many pairs over the years.
And came college and university, I forgot about overalls. And Boy Bands take all the places.
Just after the COVID, one of my students came to class wearing OVERALLS. (electronic, 18 years old and more)
So, I am a worker and workers wear overalls. I try, one day after an other and everybody seems to find this normal.
I don’t have to please mom and can buy all the overalls I want. More than 12 pairs, mostly Carharth and Dickies. Even keep one or two pair in my car trunk, maybe in case of an atomic war!
I am addict, please help me!

>> No.6758  

Me too.

>> No.6759  

Salo: Do you wear overalls everyday? It's great that you get to wear what you want. It's good that other people accept you for who you are and don't judge you by what kind of clothes you like to wear. Be proud of your addiction, because it isn't an unhealthy one.

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