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Fashionista NOW: How To Exude A Carefree Summer Vibe In Rompers?

Fashionista NOW: How To Exude A Carefree Summer Vibe In Rompers?

Credit | Moore Ho

Call them rompers or playsuits, the short one-piece is such an essential summer staple, you can’t miss it!

For those into easy breezy summer dressing that involves no coordination of two separate pieces together, please get yourself a piece of carefree romper.

The one piece will fit into your speedy casual summer dressing game and will allow you to showcase your legs for days. Some sunshine time can be good for your stems so why not, right? Plus, they make rompers in a variety of styles that you will drool after. From the most flowy and casual to the dressy and sophisticated renditions, you will find that each can be suited for all kinds of settings and moods.

But first, this post is for the carefree casual fashionista and so, the romper styles are specifically chosen for days you want to wear something loose, short but ultimately feminine. The romper styles and looks below are some of my personal top favorites from Lookbook and I hope you will find them eye-catching too. Enjoy!

Red Gingham Wrap Style Romper

| Ecaterina Rusu

Sleeveless Stripe V-Neck Romper

| Elsa Lucia Flores

Flowy Three Quarter Sleeve Floral Print Romper

| Jenny Danilkova

Sleeveless Collared Vintage Button Front Romper

| Moonberry Dreams

Cheetah Red Romper

| Indiefoxx

Minimal Stripe Long Sleeve Romper

| Tonya S.

Which romper or playsuit would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.

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