Playsuits, onesies, overalls, jumpsuits. Whatever you want to call them, the shorts-with-top attached styles clogged discount bins all over Europe. Apparently, most girls decided this look was definitely not for them. The fall version – the coverall – is sort of like what technicians wear when they go deal with toxic waste, a jacket and pants all in one. The idea is cool – you’ll have less laundry to do if your whole outfit is one piece, and in the morning, it's as convenient as pulling on a dress, instead of whipping together an entire outfit. But will anyone wear it? We love this patterned coverall from Danish designer Stine Goya, but we have to admit that even with a belt, it would be pretty tough to pull off. Is there any way it can look non-toxic? --ALISON COOL
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How to Wear Overalls
Rompers and overalls have been in for a while now. And of course shorteralls have been immortalized on Girls. But recently, the overall fad has been trending back to the original--as in full jean overalls. Or, as Leah called them "denim pantseralls." They're really cute and perfect for summer (see: our street style girl today) but here's the rub: They're crazy hard to pull off. And that's where we come in...