Fashion

How to Wear Rompers in the Fall

Many of us are beginning to seriously transition our wardrobes to prepare for the cooler temps of fall.  And while it still gets pretty warm here during the day, the crisp mornings and cooler nights already have me itching to pack up some of my summer favorites and pull out my fall and winter staples.

Jumpers and rompers have had a moment this spring and summer, and I don’t necessarily see them going away anytime soon.  Transitioning some of your favorite warmer-weather friendly rompers and jumpsuits for the cooler temps of fall may mean adding a jacket, tights, boots and other layers.  Another alternative (as you begin adding fresh items to your wardrobe) is actually looking for rompers and jumpsuits that were made for cooler temperatures: that means heavier fabrics and long sleeves.  The romper that I have on below is a perfect example of one that is made for cooler weather; it has longer sleeves, the cut of the shorts are longer and the fabric is heavy.

Wear it Unapologetically

I decided to wear my romper with faux suede over-the-knee lace up boots, my felt wide brim hat and snake skin bag for texture and to pull the grays and black of my outfit together.  I wore this outfit to a blogger tour of AmericasMart here in Atlanta (details hitting the blog later this week) and it was chic, but comfortable at the same time.  I also ran errands in this outfit afterwards and did not feel overdressed.  This jumper can go from an outing to errands, easy.

What I Wore – Jumpsuit: FRNCH c/o thelabelcontent.com, Boots: JustFab (similar), Hat: Target, Bag: JustFab (similar)

 

“Can anything be sadder than work left unfinished? Yes; work never begun.” – Christina Rossetti

 

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