Rompers: my go-to choice for casual wear or vacation

Rompers, which initially appeared in the U.S. as a popular playwear for younger children, have lately been one of the popular fashion trends for women. These are typically made of light fabrics and are very comfortable.

Today’s look features a casual romper which is perfect for daily casual wear or for a vacation/holiday.

For this look, I am wearing a spaghetti style romper in floral print. This romper has elastic across the top hem and along the waistline which gives you a perfect fit when you wear it. This outfit is made of cotton and has a relaxed fitting to further add to the comfort level when you wear it. The floral print looks very chic and trendy. Overall, this outfit is stylish and comfortable.

For styling this look, I paired white and golden flat sandals which complement the color of the outfit and the floral print really well. You can even pair flip flops (for a vacation), thong sandals or any other shoes you are comfortable with. I kept the accessories minimal with just a long necklace and some drop earrings.

For makeup, again, I kept it minimal since this is more of a casual look. Just a thin line of eye liner across the eyeline and a bright lip color. For hair, I just pinned up a small section in the front and left them open. You can even don a ponytail, braid or a messy bun with this look.

That’s about it for this look. Its super easy to style and carry. You don’t really need to be a fashionista to style this look. Just be confident and flaunt that beautiful style to rock this look.


Styling & makeup – Me

Photography – NinadK Photography (You can follow him on Facebook or Instagram)


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