A romper is a no-fuss, playful yet comfortable garment, making it the must-have piece to add to your summer wardrobe. It has also become a favorite among travelers as this versatile piece can be worn both as a casual daytime outfit or can be dressed up with the right accessories for a nice dinner. There are a lot of different prints and styles to choose from, so we’ve put together the top 5 styles we’ve spotted on trendsetters.
Floral rompers certainly have an eye-catching appeal, especially when you have a of mix playful colors on a delicate, soft fabric to create a very feminine touch. You can either go for big, bold floral prints or smaller muted ones for a more delicate look. Either way, the floral print will be the statement part of your look.
Lace rompers create a romantic yet sexy look and it also happens to be the cooler, more laid back version of a lace dress. The lace romper is a great party piece that can be re-worn for multiple occasions by pairing it with different accessories. Go for a lace-trimmed one for a more flirty look or a fully laced one for a more glamorous look.
Long-sleeve rompers featuring fitted sleeves add a little chic and sophistication to the look, while looser sleeves create a more relaxed look. It is also a great piece for slightly cooler weather, keeping you warm while your legs get some sun. You can also wear it as a cover-up piece to shield your shoulders and arms from the sun.
Off the shoulder rompers have a romantic appeal mixed with a slightly bohemian vibe. Exposing your shoulders is the new way to create a subtle hint of sexiness. This is a great look for a music festival or any outdoor event where you’ll be out in the sun.
Wrap rompers flatter the figure with a deep-cut v-neck, mixing elegance and sexiness, and create a silhouette that leaves you feeling confident. A solid colored wrap romper is a closet essential piece that can be easily worn for different events when accessorized appropriately. This cut also follows the iconic style of Diane von Furstenburg’s iconic wrap dress, which has stayed in style for over 40 years.