I don’t know about you but I feel like rompers can either be SO hit or SO miss…especially depending on your body type. I have pretty long legs and a shorter torso, so finding a ‘hit’ romper is no easy task. I’m SO excited though to share this off the shoulder romper with y’all today because it is definitely a “HIT” for me!One thing I love about this off the shoulder romper is how versatile it is. I wore mine for dinner on a little getaway Michael and I took last week…so I dressed it up a bit with lace-up heels. But, this off the shoulder romper could just as easily be worn as a swimsuit cover-up, or paired with slide sandals for a super casual summer look.Another thing I love about this off the shoulder romper is how comfortable it is! The elastic waistband makes this romper super comfortable and flattering for any body type. The length is also perfect – not too short and not too long! (I’m 5’7 btw!)If you’ve been following me for a while, you’re well aware that my wardrobe is honestly 90% free people. Free people is my go to – no matter if I’m shopping for a vacation, or just need to refresh my spring/summer wardrobe. I could go on FOREVER about why I’m so obsessed with this brand, but a few reasons are because it’s just easy to wear…whether you’re going out with the girls, road tripping to Austin for the weekend, or getting dressed up for a date night. They have options for any occasion that will still allow you to feel comfortable, relaxed, and your absolute best! A few of my favorite Free People styles at Nordstrom right now:
Outfit details: off the shoulder romper (comes in three colors! i’m wearing the XS) | strappy sandals | round crossbody bag | similar tassel earrings here and here | round aviator sunglasses
Just to give you an idea of HOW MUCH Free People has become my go-to brand…Michael and I were in Nordstrom on Friday picking something up for him, and he said “don’t you you want to go look at the Free People section before we leave?” Haha, and of course my answer was yes!
This post was created in collaboration with Nordstrom + Free People. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own!