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Here Are The Floral Rompers I Love For Summer

For the longest time, I shied away from wearing shorts and sleeveless tops. I have broad shoulders and broad hips, so I tried to cover up those areas. In the summer, I tended to wear mostly a-line dresses that hit at the knee, or other flowy dresses. More recently, I started trying out new things – shorts, rompers, and different length dresses. When I saw this floral romper, I wasn’t sold it would work on me, but I decided to take it home and give it a try anyway. I’m really glad I did.

This romper actually takes me back to the 80s. The rouched, stretchy bodice really reminds me of those tube tops my mom used to wear. It has thin straps for a little extra lift, but is super playful for summer.

{Stacey’s Look: Romper; Headband; Shoes (similar; similar); Lip Color}

This floral romper has buttons down the front and pleating at the waist. I love these little details because it feels more special than most other floral jumpsuits I’ve seen. The way the bodice is rouched up against the pleated waist really accentuates my hourglass shape, which is what sold me on this romper.

The floral print is so sweet and subtle for summer. I chose to keep this look super simple since I think the romper is a statement in and of itself. I paired it with one of the trendy knot headbands and nothing else. Originally, I planned to throw on a bunch of gold bangles, but honestly, in summer, I like to keep it simple. I did pair the look with colorful heels, but on second thought, I wish I’d gone with black. For this look, the jumper just really speaks for itself.

If you’re looking to try a floral jumper this summer, I’ve pulled some of my very favorites. Some are as low as $15! Click on the image below to view the one you like best!

P.S. If you’re looking for new fashion and style inspiration, check out my new friend Thalita. I love her website and her IG feed is so fun!

Floral Rompers & Jumpsuits

 

 

Stacey Freeman: I am a Style Maven, Mommy, Educator, and Traveler.