Question: If you were in a clothing store and you saw a romper or jump suit, would you try it on? And if you tried it on and liked it, would you buy it? No matter your answer, I hope you’ll read on to see what I have styled for you!
You might be thinking to yourself: I hate my [insert body part] and that would never look good on me. To this, I simply have to disagree. In my opinion you don’t need a certain body type to wear a romper, you just have to find the right romper for your body type.
If you are leggy (and I wish I was!), you might want to choose a jump suit to accentuate this feature. Here, I’ve styled a one-shoulder bright blue jump suit for a complete look. I chose to pair the suit with strappy neutral heels, a bright yellow chunky necklace, and a bright pink fold-over clutch. I don’t think body suits are for me, but I would buy this look in a heartbeat! (Or at least be willing to try it on.)
So, you say you aren’t leggy and prefer something cooler for the brutal summer heat? Or maybe you work in a casual office and are looking for something you can wear to work instead of out with the girls? Well, check out this look then.
Here I’ve styled a romper with a floral print. The print will draw eyes away from areas you may not want noticed, while the V neck and belt add the perfect elements of depth & dimension. Pair the romper with a jacket or blazer and some heels and head on off to work! Of course, this look is easily transformed from office to weekend with a few accessories, so, flip that hat onto your head and be off on your weekend getaway. I’m fairly certain I wouldn’t even have to try this look on to know that I’d be buying it!
Just be careful when choosing a shorter romper that you find something that you are both comfortable in and is flattering for you. If you like it, who cares what everyone else thinks!
Let me ask the question again now: If you were in a clothing store and you saw a romper or jump suit, would you try it on? And if you tried it on and liked it, would you buy it? If your original answer was no, have you changed your mind?
If you liked any of the styles or collections, click on each picture’s link which will take you to my Polyvore page. Here you can view each of items and you’ll find price information as well as information about how add pieces to your personal collection. XOXO – Katie