If any of you know me, you know that I am a total brand loyal to Abercrombie & Fitch. Long gone are the days of wearing a logo the size of my head across my chest, but I still do represent them proudly. This romper is one of the many pieces that I have that I’ve been loving for the winter to spring transition.
I love pieces that you can wear across seasons. It cuts down on the cost of buying new clothes and also lets you get more wear out of your favorite pieces. I’ll be honest with you guys… I have a pretty laid back lifestyle. I don’t exactly have a million places to wear a red floral romper. When I do get an occasion to wear it, I jump on the opportunity. Below, I’ve styled it for winter with tights, over the knee boots, and my favorite Blank NYC suede moto jacket. I’ve also paired it with my absolute favorite designer dupe bag (see my splurge vs. save post!). You can bet that on my next winter date night, I’ll be busting this outfit out.
For a warmer Spring night, I’ve paired it with a jacket and closed toe mules. This jacket might not look that substantial, but it has a fleece lining. I wear this American Eagle jacket through December and it keeps me surprisingly warm. The shoes are closed toed which provide a little bit of warmth… although let’s be honest, not a whole lot of warmth. They’re super cute and versatile though, so that’s a win in my book. This outfit would be best for those chilly Spring nights where you don’t want to freeze but still wanna look cute.
Finally, I’ve paired this romper with some open toed heeled booties for a Summer look. Don’t let the long sleeves fool you, this fabric is so breezy. I’m confident that I could wear this in warmer weather and still wouldn’t sweat like Ramona Singer at the Berkshires.
For size reference, I got a medium petite. I’m a size 4 and I’m 5 ft. 3. I probably could have gotten away with a small, but I like my clothes to fit a little bit looser.
I hope you guys like this romper as much as I did!