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The dance that brings together farming families of the region is beginning, marking the opening of the Ox Cart Festival that features young men and women dressed like American cowboys, complete with boots, dungarees, striped shirts and Stetsons.
Clad in dungarees, a crisp white button-down, and a bolo tie, this clean-cut 4-H kid paints a reassuring picture of American agriculture as an honest pursuit unsullied by politics or private business interests.
The actor, forty-nine, wore dungarees and a work shirt; the fighter, seventy-eight, wore a blazer with a jaunty pocket square.
The €15,000 Chloé Prize went to German designer Gesine Försterling, who presented a menswear collection in the competition but captured the house’s aesthetic with fringed dungarees and a scarf neck.
One of the men might like to wear 34-inch pants, while the other might take a snugger 30-inch dungaree.
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Origin and Etymology of dungaree
First Known Use: 1673See Words from the same year
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