After dodging the romper bullet for years, I purchased two this month and it all started with this Rachel Zoe version (see the other romper here). It’s a lovely mix between dressy and casual and it’s the first item in years that I knew I’d purchase the moment I tried it on—before I even glanced at the price tag. That’s not exactly an attitude my bank account can support, but fortunately a sale sticker was slapped on top of the original price. (Fair warning though, it’s a beast to get off. Wear it on days you expect to be dehydrated.)
Watching reruns of What Not to Wear is one of my guilty pleasures. My favorite part? When the guest refuses to toss her ratty sweats, insisting that nothing else could ever be as comfortable. Eye roll. She’s obviously never tried on this number from DVF. This thing has so much extra space that I could eat my way through any city with room to spare and, whaddya know, it doesn’t look like I’ve just rolled out of bed.
Even if it did, I’d still wear it. I mean, nothing else could ever be as comfortable.
When I first came across this dress last year, I added it to my wish list without much thought. Then I saw it on Blair and panic purchased it before it sold out. (Tell me I’m not the only person who does that.) I couldn’t have predicted that it would become one of the most worn items in my closet. I usually wear it with a pair of classic black pumps, but I love how it looks with the vibrant pink of these sandals and the Oaks Lily scarf I bought as my souvenir from Churchill Downs.