Romp Along 5

I can’t believe I’m about to say this – hell, this may be a sign that it’s time for me to retire, to lay down my laptop, hang up my judgeypants, and retire to a cabin in the woods where I can live out my days fashion and internet-free. That’s probably the only responsible thing to do, because my confidence in my sanity has been so deeply shaken.

I think I have found a romper that … God help me … I … kind of don’t … hate.

Maybe it’s the dropped waist, or the draping, or the fact that it fits the model really well. I don’t know what the key is. It may be as simple as a pact with Satan. But whatever the explanation, this romper works for me. Sure, the grey makes it a little sweatsuit-ish, but on the whole it looks like a cute, comfortable option for lounging, running errands, or general romping about.

Riller & Fount Firecracker Romper – $130

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5 thoughts on “Romp Along

  1. Reply Annabelle Jun 14, 2011 10:39 pm

    As long as they’re baggy and have proper-length shorts, I don’t mind rompers that much. In fact, I wore one to work yesterday (but it was OK because it was crazy hot that day and nobody cared). I take exception to this one’s one-sleevedness, but that’s just me and my irrational hatred for one-shouldered things (you can imagine the strain this puts on my relationship with Kim Kardashian)
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    • Reply Amanda Jun 20, 2011 4:41 am

      My issues with rompers is how rarely they’re done right. This is the first time I’ve seen a romper look good enough on a model that I’m tricked into thinking I could pull it off. More often than not, the proportions get screwed up.

      I don’t have an issue with one-shouldered things, but apparently you’re not alone in it. Now I’ll have to start reconsidering.

  2. Reply Ella Jun 15, 2011 2:21 pm

    I have an irrational hatred for one shouldered things, too.
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