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Five outfits to help you rock the dungarees trend

With the denim classic now back in fashion, Katie Wright picks some of the high street's best looks

Dungarees, £49, top, £28, Miss Selfridge
Dungarees, £49, top, £28, Miss Selfridge
Distressed denim dungarees, £22, Matalan, knitted top, £22, Tu at Sainsbury’s
Blue ripped knee denim dungarees, £29.99, New Look, top, £22, M&Co
Jumpsuit, £75, Oliver Bonas, Anita roll neck bodysuit, £26.99, Superdry
Denim dungarees, £59, FatFace, knitted T-shirt, £18, Next

There aren't many people who are sitting on the fence when it comes to dungarees. Fans of the denim onesie say they're practical, comfy and cool, an instant outfit that requires very little thought.

On the other hand, some people think they're childish, unflattering and man-repelling.

We're firmly in favour, especially now that dungarees (or 'overalls' as Americans call them) are having a fashion moment and there's tons of outfit inspiration online.

Teaming indigo overalls with a stripey top and trainers is the most popular combo, but we're also loving the way Instagrammers are finding ways to dress up an item of clothing that was historically worn for work.

Now's the perfect time to shop for such an ensemble because not only are there plenty of pairs of cool dungarees in the spring collections, but the trend for striped, roll neck and ribbed knits means you've got tons of cool top options too.

Plus, this is an ideal pairing for the transitional season when it's too hot for winter jumpers but not warm enough for short-sleeved T-shirts.

Dungaree lovers, rejoice - here are five awesome outfit ideas on the high street...

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