Fashion, Outfit of the Day

Banana Print Romper

It’s fruit week on Kelsey Kaplan Fashion and I hope you find it just as juicy as I do! A couple of days ago I taught you how to transform your graphic prints from kitschy to chic. Today I’m hammering the point home with this banana print romper.

 

banana print romper

banana print romper

 

If a banana print romper does not scream fun, I don’t know what does! As if a lemon peplum top was not playful enough. One of the reasons I look forward to the summer is because it’s onesie weather. Sounds funny but these silly little playsuits are easy to wear and take the guesswork out of creating an ensemble. Yay for saving time and dress-stess! Not to mention they are suitable for a variety of occasions.

 

banana print romper

banana print romper

 

A simple cloth jumper like this is great for Sunday Funday at Off the Grid, in the Presidio, or a casual brunch date with your gal pals. Either way, you’ll be the best dressed with little to no effort with a print like this! I synched the waist with a black belt creating a more feminine shape. A quick fix for a garment that’s a little too big. I kept the fun going with black knee high gladiator sandals. Finally, I polished off the look with retro Karen Walker sunnies that I rented from DITTO (click here for the deets).

 

banana print romper

banana print romper

 

What do you think?! Are you “bananas” for graphic printed items?! If so, shop this post:

Romper (Current Clothing SF – similar here) | Shoes (similar here, here, and here) | Sunnies (Get one month FREE of #EndlessEyewear with code kelseykaplanfashion) | Lipstick | Eyebrow Pencil

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4 Comments

  • Reply Karin Rypl July 28, 2016 at 8:30 am

    Beautiful Bananas!!!

    • Reply Kelsey K. July 28, 2016 at 10:27 am

      Thanks! I thought it was a fun summertime print.

  • Reply Julia September 5, 2016 at 7:30 am

    Hi, what size did you get ? 🙂 So cute.

    • Reply Kelsey K. September 5, 2016 at 3:09 pm

      Size small!

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