The romper is making a major comeback and this year you are going to see even more of them. A romper is a one piece suit that includes a tube top or halter top as well as a pair of shorts all in one. This style was incredibly popular back in the ’70s and is quite possibly more popular today. If you are looking to take advantage of casual wear fashions this year, the romper is the ultimate within casual clothing. Nothing can be more comfortable and fashionable at the same time. We can help you choose the right romper for you and help you learn how to wear them properly.
If you have never worn a romper before, it is definitely not a good idea to order one online. Trying one on in person is essential to ensure you are purchasing the right size. Because this is an all-in-one outfit, it will fit much differently than a top and bottom separately and even a dress. Once you find out the size that fits you best you can then begin shopping for that perfect romper that suits your personal style. Whether you are tall or short, or no matter what your body type is you should have no problems finding a romper that fits you perfectly.
Once this step is complete you will want to choose a fabric. Jersey and cotton are by far the most popular but even velour is in the top choices as well. Rompers are made of the most comfortable materials and they are becoming a staple fashion piece in the casual clothing industry. If you are interested in wearing your romper early on in the season, there are some great layering techniques that can help you do just this, even if the weather does not cooperate with your fashion sense.
Although cropped jackets and sweaters are at the top of everyone’s must-have lists, what may look even better with a romper is a long cardigan or light spring sweater. Because the romper is a one piece and already quite short, a cropped sweater will not show off the features of this fashion piece. A “distressed” sweater that is just a bit shorter than your romper would be perfect to keep you warm on chilly nights and early in the spring season.