STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: Roaming in Rompers

While rompers and playsuits have been around since the early 1900s, in the last few years they have become a huge staple in the wardrobes of women around the world. Rompers offer instant style and comfort with minimal effort and fuss. There is no need to dig through clothes and hunt for matching tops and bottoms. All you have to do is pull the romper on, accessorize and head out the door. Despite the ease, a lot of people have trouble finding a romper that works for them.

There are two things to consider when picking out the perfect romper: color and cut. Rompers come in a variety of styles, each with different lengths and proportions. The trick to finding the right cut for you is to give each style a shot and determine what works best for your body and personality. Don’t get frustrated if you can’t find the perfect style right away—I promise it’ll happen eventually. Besides looking at cut, it’s also incredibly important to wear a romper in a color or print that also complements one’s complexion.

This Fashionista understands that a simple romper looks best on her. It’s not fussy or frilly; it’s just clean and comfortable. The cut isn’t the only reason our Fashionista looks amazing in this outfit. This romper is the perfect shade of forest green to look flattering with her skin tone. It makes her tan glow and the gold streaks of her hair shine. By pairing the romper with her golden, personalized jewelry, she individualized the look even more. Finally, she threw on some Converse, casual shades, grabbed a cross-body and was ready to hit the town. Overall, this beautiful Fashionista is exuding confidence in her gorgeous green romper.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK?  “Whenever you’re wearing something simple, try to spice it up with some fun accessories like spunky sunglasses or your signature necklace.”

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