Summer is officially here. The weather gets hotter, and our outfits become lighter! Rompers are one of our favorite items of the season, especially if they are a little boho. They are chic, fun, and extremely versatile! Go embroidered and get ready for an easy-breezy summer!
Maxi dresses are a summer staple but everyone should have at least a few rompers and jumpsuits in their closets. They’re as easy as maxi dresses, except they usually don’t have five extra yards of fabric that you sweep the sidewalk with. Rompers and jumpsuits are also incredibly versatile. They can work for the beach to casual weekends looks to formal events like weddings. No wonder Taylor Swift loves them almost as much as her beloved crop tops.
Here are jumpsuits and rompers that work from for different occasions:
1. Starflower Romper ($118, Antropologie)
Pack this navy romper for your next summer festival. When it gets cooler, you can pair it with tights and boots for an easy transeasonal look.
2. Silk Floral Print Culotte Jumpsuit ($125, Topshop)
Tick off two huge summer trends with this culotte jumpsuit. The floral print jumpsuit is great for day but you can also dress it up with heels and statement accessories.
3. Mixed Business Linen Overalls ($99.99, Urban Outfitters)
Overalls are just as popular this year as they were last summer. If you already own a classic blue pair, try something a bit different like these black linen ones.
1. Yumi Kim Dance To Dawn Silk Jumpsuit ($173.60, Nasty Gal)
Why choose a solid one-color dress when you can choose a floral jumpsuit? This tropical print makes as much of a statement as shimmering sequins.
2. Lace Sleeve Jumpsuit ($70, Missguided)
This black jumpsuit is as versatile as any LBD. You could wear it to any wedding or formal event throughout the year. The lace sleeves and trim add a flirty touch to the streamlined silhouette.
3. Studio Sweetheart Neckline Jumpsuit ($119.90, Eloquii)
This wine-colored jumpsuit would work for most weddings, and it is a style you would actually want to wear after the nuptials. Pair it with a statement necklace and heels.
1. Printed Floral Cross-Back Romper ($41, American Apparel)
Throw on a floppy hat and a pair of flip flops and you’re ready to go to the beach. This magnolia print romper has an open back with crisscross straps and it also has pockets big enough to store some of your essentials.
2. Tile Print Strapless Jumpsuit ($27.90, Forever 21)
This wide-leg printed jumpsuit is as comfortable as any maxi dress. All that is missing is a cool pair of sunglasses, and your swimsuit, if you plan on going for a swim and you don’t plan on skinny dipping.
3. Tropical Fern Convertible Jumpsuit ($99, J.Crew)
If you’re by the water, it’s an unwritten rule that you have to wear some sort of flower or leaf print. This tropical fern jumpsuit has straps that you can wear or tuck them inside for a new look.
1. Lovedrobe Plunge Neck Embellished Romper ($88, ASOS)
You can definitely wear a romper to go out. Just leave the beach-y prints at home and choose a more evening-appropriate style. You can’t go wrong with a bit of sparkle.
2. Woven Bardot Romper ($60, River Island)
Show off your shoulders in this flirty style. Wear your hair up for the full effect and skip the necklace.
3. NBD X Naven Twins Found Love Jumpsuit ($93, Revolve Clothing)
The 1970′s are a popular trend in fashion and a jumpsuit was an essential piece in any ’70s girl’s wardrobe. This wide-leg red jumpsuit nods to the 1970′s but doesn’t look like a costume.
The embroidered romper
Summer is officially here… The weather gets hotter, and our outfits become lighter! Rompers are one of our favorite items of the season, especially if they are a little boho. They are chic, fun, and extremely versatile! Go embroidered and get ready for an easy-breezy summer!
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