Happy Friday everyone! It is finally the weekend and I have so much to be excited about! The school year is winding down, the weather is nicer, and I am now an affiliate partner for Pink on Main!
As the school year is winding down, I have less school items to worry about, so I can spend more time sharing my thoughts with you! As things start to slowly and safely open back up here, I have been thinking about my favorite styles to wear out and about! Rompers!
I love wearing rompers for every sort of occasion. From trips to Publix, walking around downtown at the farmer’s market, grading papers, to going out to dinner or to top golf, Lilly Pulitzer rompers are a fun way to look polished and be ready for anything. My favorite romper styles tend to look like dresses, are super comfy and lightweight so you can wear them in the summer heat, and they are so easy to dress up or down depending on the occasion.
One of my favorite styles is the Donna Romper! The Donna romper has all of the grace of a shift while also providing you with extra comfort and movement (hello shorts!)! The Romper looks like a shift dress, but has to slits down the side, accented by side bow-ties, and the shorts peek through just a little bit. My prints of this romper are older, but the Donna is available on Lilly Pulitzer’s website in two prints, Out of the Blue and Who Let the Fronds Out.
Another style very similar to the Donna Romper is the Blanca Romper. The Blanca Romper has all of the cute details of the Donna and Adda rompers, but with short sleeves. The sleeves help make it look more professional for work, and it is a great option paired with a cardigan like this one for dinner, or with sneakers like these for a fun day on the town or green! Pink on Main currently has it in stock in one of my favorite spring prints Coral Bay.
While my Donna Romper I’m wearing today is no longer available, my shoes are on sale at https://www.stevemadden.com! Use the code SPRING50 at checkout for up to 50% off select styles!
What are your favorite romper styles? Let me know in the comments!