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Romper Weather: There Ain’t No Such Thing

Romper weather” is a made up thing. Over the last few years, onesies have grown in popularity because they are season-proof. Now that’s the type of versatility anyone and everyone should appreciate! Below is my attempt to teach you how to shop for a romper according to the time of the year.

 

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romper

 

When you shop for an adult playsuit during the winter, look for sleeves. They don’t need to be full length, but at least 3/4 length is a good idea. During the spring, gravitate towards shorter sleeves and light weight fabrics. The summer months are the most conducive to “romp” around. As a result, the options are endless. Consider sleeveless, open-back, and colorful designs. Finally, during the fall, choose boot-friendly styles and go back to 3/4 length sleeves.

 

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Today we feature a bell sleeve romper from Current Clothing. I will wear this little number all year round. Burgundy, a hybrid of red and brown, is a neutral in my book. Whether you pair it with black or brown accents, it looks fabulous. Thanks to the “cold front” (lame!) in San Francisco, I knew a fur vest would keep me warm. Bare legs were not an option, so I slipped into a pair of printed stockings and my over the knee boots (look for less here). Just like that this leg baring item transformed into a cool weather ensemble. This is the perfect Friday night outfit. We finally tried The Saratoga last weekend, and this is what I wore. If you live in the city, get there sooner than later but make a reservation first. The burger and parmesan fries will rock your world!

 

romper

romper

 

Shop my favorite rompers here:

 Navy Lace Romper  | Green Bell SleevesRose Jacquard Romper | Pleated Chiffon RomperPeony Embroidered Playsuit | Black Cape Sleeves | Boots (look for less) | Vest (similar here and here) | Earrings | Stockings | Lip Stain in Always Red

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  • Reply LBD for Valentine's Day - Kelsey Kaplan Fashion January 25, 2017 at 11:16 am

    […] pairing sheer black tights with this ensemble. For added warmth, top a black fur vest (similar to yesterday’s look) over it. Add a pop of color with Sephora’s cream lip stain in Blackberry […]

  • Reply Stonewash Jeans for the Winter Months - Kelsey Kaplan Fashion February 7, 2017 at 9:25 pm

    […] only way to season-proof an outfit. Texture can have the same affect. Do you remember the burgundy romper from a couple of weeks ago? The fur vest and suede boots were all that it […]

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