June 5, 2014

The Most Effortless Trend Of The Season





Romper: Peter Som for Kohl's // Sandals: Sam & Libby for Target // Bag: Tory Burch // Jewelry: Michael Kors watch, David Yurman cuff, C.Wonder bracelets

I’d say the romper is a true example of what summer should be like ~ easy breezy!  It is a perfect staple to get you through summer.  

As a little girl, I would wear terry cloth rompers almost everyday during summer.  My favorite was a purple strapless romper that my mom bought for me at Walmart.  Although my style has evolved quite a bit since then, I secretly enjoy feeling like that carefree happy little girl when I slip on my adult onesie romper. 

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21 comments:

  1. You pick the pretty backgrounds for your photo shoots and as always you look so natural like your having fun!

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  2. Super cute, as always. I remember wearing Terry cloth rompers too. Great memories.

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  3. Very nicely styled, this is a very grown up romper (or 'playsuit' as we say in the UK!), I am always worried about them being a bit young but this one is SUPER!! P x

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  4. I'm with you, rompers just can't be beat! Its like a sundress with all the freedom to move around :)

    Maddy

    http://cassidylou.com

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  5. This romper is perfection! SO cute!

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  6. Aww, thank you! I am also a Roswell Lover, it's beautiful here! xo

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  7. Thank you Glenda! Those were carefree childhood memories that were so fun!! Thanks for stopping by and your sweet comments! Your support means everything to me! xo

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  8. Thanks you! I'm so happy you stopped by! xo

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  9. Well said!!! Thanks so much for stopping by! xo

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  10. Rompers are the in thing this season! I love the colours you're wearing. Your style is effortless yet stylish!

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  11. I love rompers and this one is a great print. I still have a terry cloth one that I wear over my bathing suits. This is a classic style and you wear it well.

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  12. I love your idea of wearing the terry cloth romper as a swimsuit cover up! Thanks for stopping by!

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  13. This is such a cute romper. It was fun running into you and meeting you at the LOFT a couple of weeks ago! I love this blog!

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  14. So cute, these little dudes. They do pretty much style themselves, don't they. You look effortlessly beautiful, and should be so pleased with yourself! I no longer show that much of my stumpy legs, but I am looking for the romper's longer cousin, the jump suit. There are lots around, just haven't found the one for me. Hope whatever I find works as well for me!

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  15. Hi Jan! Thanks for your kind words! I can't wait to see what jumpsuit you end up finding! I love both looks, but haven't found the right jumpsuit either. I have short legs so rompers work well for me, where the jumpsuits are so lonnng, just like all the maxi dresses I try on! I'll wait for you to take the lead on that one!!! Thanks for stopping by! xo

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  16. It's a given I'll have to make alterations. I don't think I've had a pair of trousers, pants, jeans ... anything with legs ... in the last 60 something years that haven't had to be shortened. No, wait! I haven't had to alter tights. But that's it.
    That, in fact, has been part of the problem finding a great jumpsuit. So often, the pattern on the print gets all artsy at the factory hem. Arrgh.
    I persevere. Stay tuned.

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  17. Ahh Monica this looks fabulous on you - I spotted your post over on
    Google+ and glad I did because I got to discover your lovely blog! I'll
    look forward to visiting again x

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  18. this is such a cute and modest romper! the stripes are classic!


    xo. maggie
    Moda & the Mar

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