We still immediately recognize in cartoons - or (very significantly) in advertising - the stereotype of a Frenchman, with beret and striped vest or blue dungarees .
But, turning to a photo of a bunch of Method actors rehearsing a scene at the Actors Studio in the 1950s, one sees every male body clad in dungarees , leather jackets, and torn T-shirts.
The kid staggers away from me swaying dangerously, shrugging his dungarees off his shoulders and pulling the top off awkwardly, like he's not in control of his body.
It was cool and casual and hung lightly over his khaki dungarees .
I enjoyed watching her work in her so-called summer dungarees , which were actually just old coveralls with the legs lopped off below the hip pockets.
In the corner of the viewfinder a slightly stooped figure in blue dungarees appeared.
When I was a kid they were called dungarees , but somehow somewhere in the '60s they became blue jeans and I just never took them off.
But the only thing I found was a stocky man, wearing a plaid red shirt and dungarees .
Isabelle just grinned and gazed down at her faded denim dungarees which were covered in spatters of colourful paint.
She was already changed into a casual blue T-shirt and dungarees and she went to the bathroom to brush her teeth.