Size: labeled 31 X 34 (men’s XS-S or women’s S)
Waist: 30” flat”, will stretch a bit with wearing (shrunk 1” after we washed them)
Hip: 36” flat, best for 35” or smaller
Length: 60” from shoulder to hem in front, with straps as shown (adjustable)
Outseam/waist to hem along outside of leg: 42.5”
Rise (measured from just below 2nd side waist button): 11” in front; 13” in back
Label: DeeCee by Washington Manufacturing Company (based in Nashville, TN)
These dark navy blue corduroy 1970s overalls by brand “DeeCee” have straight legs, and are unworn, with their original tags! The 100% cotton corduroy (no stretch) is lightened in a few of our photos to better show details, but is a deep, dark blue color. The overalls include many typical details, including: a snap-front pocket on the bib, button/buckle adjustable straps, two-button openings on each side of the waist, and a button fly in the dropped/slightly long-rise crotch. Diagonal pockets sit below the side opening buttons, and large patch pockets adorn the seat in back. Bib overalls were originally designed as work clothing for men, but have been worn by both men and women as fashion (or anti-fashion) over the years—the overalls “revival” of the grunge-era 1990s is a great example of overalls worn as fashion! In excellent to mint condition, unworn, these true vintage 1970s corduroy overalls have been gently laundered by us for freshness, so they should not shrink much more from subsequent washings. They have nice, long legs—with a 34-inch inseam—perfect for you taller folks!