I own several rompers, but they all lean a bit more towards evening appropriate rather than casual, daytime pieces. As long as I'm not going to be in one for 12 hours (having to take off the belt and unzip myself each time I need to use the restroom can get a bit tiresome), it's a nice alternative to a dress, but with the same convenience of only throwing on one piece.
When I was in second grade, I really leaned into neon. It was 1989 and between my side ponytail, oversized shirts that hit at the knee and my day-glo yellow shoes, I was all about embracing the trend. I'm not as focused on that anymore, instead I pay more attention to tailored ...read more