Trendy Summer Romper - Day Look

For me, summer days are all about simplicity and comfort. Trust me, when the weather is over 80 degrees in New York City, you do not want to be caught in anything that isn't lightweight and breathable which is why rompers are a summer staple for me! Not only are they super comfortable and chic, but they can easily go from day to night in an NYC minute, which is something that any city girl can appreciate. Although this Fashion Nova Romper has sleeves, it is beyond perfect for summer days. The fabric is lightweight and I love how it compliments my curvy figure. For those looking for a flowly feel and look you can always size up. I'm wearing a large.

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I've always loved how versatile jumpsuits are and the endless style possibilities you can achieve with them. They are perfect for travel because they take up less space in your suitcase compared to a top and bottom . I love how they easily transition from day to night without a fuss so you can worry about the things that really matter like the best rooftop happy hour or who had the best potato salad at the BBQ.

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DAY LOOK

This look is trendy and chic. Stylish yet minimal. Basically me in a nutshell! I amped up the romper thanks to the help of key accessories like this belt bag from H&M and this silk scarf from my Amazon store. Comfort is key so I threw on these $12 slides and called it a day. Perfect outfit for brunching around the city with your girls and living your best life. 

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Romper: Fashion Nova (wearing a Large but wish I would have sized up!) | Slides: Espirit |Belt Bag: H&M (sold out but here's a similar one) | Headwrap: Amazon | 

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In my next post I'll show you how I take this romper from day to night. Stay tuned!

Un Abrazo, 

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Photography by Denisse Benitez @chasingdenisse

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