STLYE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: Ready For Rompers

Ever have one of those days where you just can’t decide if you want to wear your favorite flowy shorts or an airy sundress? This Fashionista provides us with the perfect solution: a springy romper! Sometimes referred to as a playsuit, rompers are the perfect mix of shorts and a dress. They’re super fun to wear and best of all, you won’t have to worry about the wind blowing your dress up because the bottom of a romper has shorts.

This Fashionista rocks the perfect romper for spring. With purple and blue detailing, ¾ length sleeves and a synched waist, this stylish romper is flattering and trendy. With its purple and blue floral like details and its airy fabric, this romper gives off a springy and vintage vibe. The sleeves are the perfect length—not too long, but not too short—great for a sunny day with a fresh spring breeze. She paired her romper with simple jewelry including her gold statement necklace, plated silver ring, Alex and Ani compass bangle and a modest watch. These simple pieces give her outfit a classy edge while not making it over the top.

The great thing about rompers is that they can be used as a versatile piece for a day to night look. By throwing on an olive green jacket, this Fashionista toned down her detailed romper and turned it into an outfit that she can wear to class or out to lunch. Her brown strappy wedges give the look a boho edge, perfect for a day studying on the quad. When classes are done and you’re ready for a fun night, pair this romper with your favorite black wedges, some darker jewelry and voila! Rompers come in all different styles, patterns and colors including spaghetti strap, halter and off the shoulder. Whatever style you choose, there is no doubt that you will be comfy and look cute in your very own romper.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Don’t be afraid to play around with different details in order to complete your look! Adding something as simple as a colored lip can really enhance your outfit and make you stand out!”