Rompers are awesome for when you’re feeling really, really low-maintenance and just want to roll out of bed, throw on one item of clothing and basically be ready to go — tou just might not want to run into anyone you know. But add a pair of animal-print sandals, a bling-y statement necklace and a cute saddlebag, like actress and style blogger Jamie Chung, and suddenly that romper is fancy as hell. What a difference some accessories make… Keep reading »
Holiday party season has arrived! While I love a fun, short, fancy dress, allow me to suggest going a different route this year. Consider THE JUMPSUIT. No longer for those still wearing diapers, the onesie is a totally party-appropriate alternative to your standard cocktail dress or mini skirt, minus the risk of flashing your panties. And don’t ignore short, romper-style jumpsuits either — just throw on a pair of tight underneath and you’re good to go. Here are 20 reasons to consider the jumpsuit this holiday season…
Most people feel less conflicted about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan than they do about buying anything, anything at J.Crew. The land of the $49.50 T-shirt is a land most of us can only afford to visit — if we can even control our rageface at their excruciatingly painful combination of cute clothes and obscene prices. If your blood pressure is a little wonky, don’t continue reading: the J.Crew bridal department is now selling a $750 sequined romper. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a gorgeous white sequined romper that would look hella cute at a wedding after-party. But SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS. That’s practically one month of my rent. For a romper. A bridal romper. A dry-clean only bridal romper. As if peeing in your wedding dress isn’t difficult enough! Sit with that for a minute. (P.S. J.Crew Factory 4 Eva!) [J.Crew]
As popular as they may be, rompers aren’t really the most flattering piece of clothing. They tend to highlight the lower belly, cause wedgies, and induce cameltoe. And now, despite all that, clothing brand Rebel Yell has created a neon yellow smiley face romper that is just begging for comparisons to the Kool-Aid Man. No thanks. [$79, The Trend Boutique]
We already told you that we do not want the adult BabyGro for ladies, but we want our man to wear the dude version even less. The guy version of the OnePiece features a snowflake design and a kangaroo pocket. We’re not sure how combining this manages to equal cool. But maybe you think this is hot? [Telegraph] Keep reading »
Rompers have become a must-have item for beating the sweltering summer heat. This cute and breezy Victoria’s Secret romper pulls double-duty: it works as a cover-up at the beach but is also festively chic for a BBQ at a friend’s house (just add a T-shirt and a little razzle-dazzle). It’s flattering for all body types, and the roomy fit means you can eat as much as you want without fear of a noticeable paunch.