Rompers aren’t just for four-year-olds anymore. It may not be high on your shopping list, but it should be.
One of the reasons I love rompers, especially in the summer is because they are comfortable and flattering. You put one on, you look pulled together, and you don’t have to labor over what top or pants/shorts/skirt to wear. You throw on shoes, a few accessories and you’re good to go. Also, I like this trend because, although at first sight it might seem very niche like, it’s pretty versatile. It’s all about the cuts, styles, designs, colors, patterns, fabrics and the length. All these will make some rompers great for music festivals, others for the beach, others for going out in the evening, others for casual weekends. It all depends on the romper and of course, the shoes.
Wearing romper can be tricky sometimes; If you wear one with too airy a fabric, it can end up looking like pajamas. If it doesn’t fit properly, you lose all your shape (the ideal romper isn’t too tight or too loose, but lands somewhere perfectly in the middle). If it’s too skimpy, you look like a teenager that’s just escaped from the mall. Rompers can also be difficult to accessorize, especially if they’re printed.
But fear not—below I’ve gathered 16 romper polyvore combinations to give you an idea of how you can wear your romper this season!
Do summer layering right with a cropped denim vest. Instant easy update!
Want to stay super casual? All you need to do is add a large necklace. Perfect!
Add a flower crown to a romper for a boho/Coachella inspired look.
Belt it! The easiest way to make any romper look cuter is to add a nice belt.
Which of these romper polyvore combinations is your favorite? Do you own a romper? How do you wear it? Tell me in the comments and do not hesitate to copy some of the combinations above and thus look trendy this season. Thank you for reading and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Fashionsy to find many other polyvore outfit combinations that you can try to copy.