Summers Are For Rompin' Around
The elusive romper. Most people love them, but are unsure how to style them so that they don’t look in the mirror and envision a potato sack. Trust me, we have all been there at some point in our lives. This is why we decided to take the cute and comfy rompers from our sale collection and show you different ways to style them.
Featured above, the Izzie Romper is made of upcycled men’s shirts. Aside from our stylish products, we embellished the outfit with a camel outback hat and tawny colored, cut-out wedges. The whole look is very light and summery, with a hint of boho. Next, the Irma Romper already has a nice cinched waist feature, which is very slimming, especially for those who find themselves blessed with the pear-shaped body. Hourglass figures may also find this feature flattering for their body. To add contrast to the solid color of the romper, we added a multi-colored tribal pattern belt. To top it all off, our fabulous intern-turned-model wore peep-toe mule heels. Wearing heels can help elongate your figure when wearing rompers; this is a win for those of us who are a little on the shorter side (moi, xo). Shop the Izzie and Irma Romper for only $25!
Finally, for a more elegant, out-about-the-town look, we have chosen the Irma romper in black. Black is always slimming for the figure and adds a tiny bit of chic to every outfit. To contrast with the all black romper we added a white fedora, which is perfect for both summer days and nights. The look was completed with black pointed-toe flats.
The great thing about rompers is that they can be casual or dressed-up. The same romper can transition from day to night simply by adding different accessories. During the fall you can pair them with a flannel and booties, or during the spring they can be paired with a long cardigan and simple sneakers, adorable flats, or fabulous wedges. Hopefully when you think of rompers now you don’t think potato sack, but versatile and a must have in your closet.
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