NavyRomper1I usually am not the biggest fan of rompers- mainly because I feel like a toddler (and the whole bathroom issue), but I actually really like this navy romper! It’s long enough, which is a common complaint of rompers, and basic with the cute shoulder detailing. Paired with a few statement accessories and I’m ready for a date night. I could also throw on some cute flat sandals and this would work easily for brunch or a weekend shopping trip. It’s a great alternative to shorts and a blouse, or a sundress. NavyRomper2 NavyRomper3
Photos: Jacque, Inc.

Romper | Handbag | Shoes similar | Bracelets | Necklace | Earrings | Watch

 It should be noted that statement necklaces are now being layered (as in- you wear two at a time) and this specific piece is perfect to pair with other necklaces. It can be worn longer, or shortened to a collar-like length to let a larger and longer necklace shine. It comes in other colors, but I really prefer a basic clear crystal when it comes to a smaller stone- as it goes with more and is more versatile in general. The bracelets aren’t cheap (the set is $58 eek!) but I wear them all. the. time. Every time I have them on someone compliments them. Additionally, they have held up to my toddler randomly grabbing them on my wrist and haven’t broken yet. (My Hulk baby broke his toddler spoon in HALF yesterday, so he’s pretty ridiculously strong. So that’s saying something.) Granted, I won’t let him play with them outright- but I appreciate the sturdy construction. I tried to find a copy elsewhere and even looked at making my own due to the steep price, which was a stupid idea. It’s basically $14.50 a bracelet, so that’s not entirely terrible.

Regardless, this look really shows how some cute accessories can bring a bit of color to a basic outfit. Also, navy looks good on everyone. It’s less intense than black and easier to keep clean than white. 🙂 Think about it.


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