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Fashionista NOW: How To Take Advantage Of The Sunny Weather In Rompers?

It’s a romper weather here in Malaysia because it’s so hot you want to cry but you can’t coz your eyeballs are all dried up.

Scorching heat mixed with brutal humidity makes anyone a threshold away from going nuts but alas, how lucky that some of us ladies get to indulge in a bit of a romper infatuation. I saw a young girl breezed by me at the mall the other day in a cute little romper that had me thinking: Wow, it really is an official romper season here in the mad equator!

A romper is a one-piece of garment that combines both the top and shorts together. It poses a unique bathroom challenge but who cares, the heatwave situation is too real and even fat clouds aren’t shedding fat droplets of rain anymore. So, in rompers we trust for when a pair of shorts and a sleeveless tank top just won’t do!

Let us eyeball the looks below for a quick romper style inspo courtesy of fashion-forward lookbookers now, shall we?


Will you be wearing rompers anytime soon? Which romper style do you like best? Share below – I’d love to know!

If you don’t know, the thing to do is not to get scared, but to learn.Ayn Rand

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