How to Ride Out Summer in a Romper

August 1st, 2017 at 2:00am

While you can’t go wrong with an effortless summer dress, one of the most popular trend silhouettes of the summer is the romper. From hitting the beach to glam night out on the town with your friends, the romper is perfect for every occasion.

Rompers are honestly one of the easiest outfit choices. Save time and effort with this look. Choose a romper to eliminate the frustration of finding and coordinating pieces for your fashion attire. Not only are rompers easy, but they are one of the most comfortable trends of the season. This piece allows for an effortless route to chic no matter where you’re headed. The need to constantly adjust separates is no longer an issue when wearing a romper.

Rompers look great on all shapes and sizes. They are available in a variety of colors, patterns, and textures. From floral to gingham to chambray, there are rompers appropriate for every event. If you opt for a more formal look, choose suede, silk, or lace, rather than lightweight cotton or jersey.

These one-pieces can be decked out or dressed down for a more laid back style. Add some statement jewelry and heels for a sharper look or throw on flat sandals with a hat or scarf for a casual summer vibe.

This gingham romper is one of my favorites. Gingham has been a popular pattern since the 18th century, but this summer the vintage gingham is exceptionally trendy. For a more updated look, I added accessories including the red bandana scarf tied around my neck, the white vintage wicker handbag, and a pair of cat-eyed sunglasses. I styled this romper with my nude block heels to add polish and height, creating a slightly more sophisticated look. This snappy casual outfit is ideal for a weekend brunch.

Stay in an island state of mind with a tropical colored romper. A flowy one piece such as this one, allows you to move effortlessly throughout your summer adventures. Cardigans are a great addition to this look for staying warm both indoors and out. Accessorize one of these pieces with a straw fedora hat and a pair of gladiator sandals to complete the summery vibe.

No matter what the silhouette, your new summer wardrobe savior is a savvy addition to any closet.

What’s your take on this summer fashion trend? Let me know in the comments below!