It’s that time of year again. Albeit a little earlier than previous years, but still the sun is shining, flowers are blooming and birds are chirping. That means one of my favorite spring pieces will be popping up like flowers all over the place.
I think you’re never too old to wear a romper as long as you wear it well. So, that is what I’m going to go over today.
Apple: The wide legs and solid black bottom half of this romper will minimize the look of a larger tummy. The high waist will also help to lengthen legs. The horizontal stripes and wide boat neck bring attention away from the tummy while pulling out your shoulders to make them look more broad – which balances out a larger stomach.
Boy: This cut of waist, and how it has a curve under the bust, is great for a boy shape. It really flatters the bust, breaks up the torso, and pulls in at the tiniest part of the body. The sleeves and the width of the shorts really balance each other out creating the perfect silhouette.
Pear: The ruched sleeves on this romper will easily balance out your bigger bottom. And the straight legs minimize the appearance of hips. This play suit gets bonus points, though, for the pulled in waist.
Column: This skort romper is not only adorable, but its frilly skirt will easily balance out a larger top. The built-in belt helps to accentuate a tiny waist right before the ruffles, adding some shape to your bottom half. If you’re going to wear a necklace, make sure it’s a shorter necklace so as not to put too much attention back on your bust.
Hourglass: I love this romper for an hourglass shape. The top perfectly balances the bottom. There is some emphasis on the waist, but not too much. Plus, it’s a really simple piece that can be dressed up or down.
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