Dress Like a Toddler Trend: Stella McCartney’s pocket dungarees

This model broke our “Grown Women Shalt Not Dress Like Small Children”rule, so we’ve made her go stand in the corner to think about what she’s done.

We caught her wearing these:

Now, we find dungarees childlike even at the best of times, and unfortunately this incident confirms that not even being buck naked underneath that can make them look any more grown up:

Of course, maybe you don’t WANT to be a grown up. (We don’t really either, to be honest.) Maybe you’d prefer to dress like a toddler long into adulthood and beyond, and if that’s the case then you should click here and buy these for £484. Definitely not child-friendly prices, anyway…

4 Comments

  • May 5, 2011

    Lighty_lo

    Wow, that’s gotta be one of the must fugly things you’ve ever published. Yuck!

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  • May 6, 2011

    Moni

    While I agree that dungarees always have a childlike feel to them, they can look at least okay on grown women – if done right. And “right” does not include having an asscrack that goes up to your neck and a shapeless front that lets all the children around you look straight at your underwear!
    I bet it’s another one of those “I bet people will buy this anyway because it’s OMGdesigner!”-jokes…

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  • May 9, 2011

    Coppelius

    Well, the model here is just too skinny… rounder girls will be happy for this!

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    • May 20, 2011

      Rock Hyrax

      Rounder girls will be too busy checking for the inevitable wardrobe malfunction.

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