Go Shorty it's your birthday, we gonna shop for Rompers like its your birthday! But seriously, did we just make your #rompsohard dreams come true? I'm pretty sure you can't tell us what your birthday wish was because it won't come true, but don't worry.... (whisper) WE KNOW!!
Available in our signature Rayon from Bamboo and Cotton blend in Midnight Black this short version of the bestselling Sunday Romper was designed with perfectio on the mind. It's classic V neck and in-seam pockets are just like its' big sister, the Sunday Romper, but the short legs were designed and re-designed until they were just right!Just short enough to be flirty, just long enough to be a little modest, and just wide enough to ensure they don't ride unnecessarily.
The Romper is super generous and the fabric has a nice amount of stretch! If you are between sizes, we definitely suggest that you size down, especially if you want a slimmer fit!
I HAVE A LONG TORSO...WILL IT RIDE UP?
No! The best part of the Romper is that it has a drop waist, perfect for our taller gals!
MY BUST IS ON THE LARGER SIZE...SHOULD I SIZE UP?
No! The beauty of bamboo is that it has a lot of give! Don’t worry so much about your bust size. I would make your sizing decision based on your pant size vs your shirt size!
LADIES SIZE CHART
ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN INCHES, TAKEN AROUND THE BODY WITH A SOFT MEASURING TAPE.
This size chart is for our core range of Rompers.
0-2 (Short Leg)
HOW DO I CARE FOR MY ROMPER?
For the majority of our rompers, excluding limited edition, seasonal items, we use an incredibly soft and high quality fabric that is 66% Rayon from Bamboo, 28% Cotton and 6% Spandex.
Although the fabric experts say you should wash cold and can tumble dry, some dryers are a girl’s best frenemy! Sure they make life easy, but they can be super hard on your clothes! To be on the safe side, we recommend washing in cool and lay flat to dry. Be sure not to hang it, as the weight of the item may stretch and pull it down.
How do you keep your romper silky smooth? Fabric pilling can be prevented to some extent by proper washing and care. Try washing your romper inside out and on a shorter wash cycle with gentle agitation.
And a reminder, just because the fabric is expensive, does not mean that it’s made of steel. It will snag or tear if you aren’t careful. So be sure to take good care of your romper, and yourself – cause both are amazing!