Rompers 2018!

While  jumpsuits are all the rave this summer, rompers are still making waves. Rompers should hold a coveted spot in your closet for warm weather must haves. The shorter version of a jumpsuit  still has a fashion impact this season.

Notably, rompers are the ideal summer outfit. They come in adorable resort wear styles that can showcase your back, legs, and arms. The one stop outfit comes in all desired styles for each body type;  strapless,  long sleeve, high neck, low-cut, extended neckline, thick short trim, bodycon, spaghetti strapped, double strap, off the shoulders, keyhole shape, tie knot, and the other endless opportunities. So, the romper can form to your fashion protocol and still keep your cool for the summer.

Rompers also compatible for many scenarios. The romper can mesh into any dress code. Formals to beach bungalows the romper can fit the scene. This clothing product is designed to be the comfiest or stylish outfit out there. You can dress it up or down, and add key accessories to enhance your look.  Notably, I’ve seen several sorority sisters where sequins rompers to our formals, and a few celebs rock the romper on red carpets. Likewise,  the romper is normally acclaimed for its ready to go look.

For this clothing attire I work a jungle palm tree printed romper. It has spaghetti straps with a higher neckline. The shorts were more flowy and mid-thigh range. The print was tropical and a great pattern for resort wear.

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Spring into Prints 2018

Every season has a seasonal trend or a defining print that one can’t go without seeing. This spring, 2018 is no different. All high brand stores are sporting posy dots, Georgian spots, gingham, and glenurquhart plaid.

Posy Dots are a popular floral design that stems from the posy flowers. The print offers an elegant prospect into the normal floral designs of roses and daisies. Instead of classically small prints the design has been shown as a floral sketch or expanded print. Posy themed pieces have been seen in Anthropologie and Topshop.

 

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Georgian Spots are a wider dot pattern than polka dots. The pattern became popular in early 2010 with the rise of Pinterest.  The pattern comes from all the old southern brooches. The gems would be set with black circles below. Several artist recognized the old-fashioned placing and innovated it into a pattern. Georgian spots have appeared in Kate Spade‘s and Billabong‘s spring lines.

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Gingham is a pattern that previously wasn’t appreciated. It was often associated with children clothing sets. Much of this is due to the 1950’s symbolic print, normally having a creme or white background with a checkered pastel color correlating with infant aesthetics. Now, the print has made a huge comeback. Ginghams lightly colored prints serve as a girly homage to Cannes fashion. All in all its a perfect summer print that can be found in Forever 21 and Pac Sun.

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Glenurquhart Plaid or glen plaid, is a woven plaid. The pattern generally consists of a twill look. Four colors compromise the pattern. Two light colors and two dark colors will contrast in different repeating checks. This creates a trendy cross pattern. The glen plaid is often seen in blazers and skirts. It has become a fast growing instagram fashion for places with a colder spring weather. This print can be found at River Island.

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Notably, my outfit of the day was inspired by the Georgian spots. I wore a romper from Billabong that I ordered off of Swell. The romper had the southern pattern printed on the mauve fabric. It also showcased cute flare sleeves and a trendy tie string at the top.

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