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{outfit} Double Printed Romper



  Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,,, 
This romper was one of my April buys. It's a tiny bit too big, but that's what you get for shopping sample sale sites...I couldn't exchange for a smaller size - because it sold out - so it was either return it or keep it. Since it was only $27 I opted to keep it. I love the little bit of skin it shows in the back, it also adds a nice breeze when it's super hot out.

I've been meaning to get these sandals fixed but I have no idea if a cobbler would be able to do what I need. Or where there is a cobbler near me.  My friend borrowed them when we were on vacation and it rained so the leather stretched out a LOT. I need to get the back straps shortened so I can buckle them again. When I wore them this day I kind of faked it since I knew I wouldn't be walking a lot. #shoehacks.

Romper: Greylin (Gilt), Sandals: Ancient Greek Sandals 'Clio' (Nordstrom), Sunglasses: Ray Ban 'Erika' (Ditto), Necklace: Geoclassics


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6 comments:

  1. So pretty! :) Both you and the outfit! :) x
    Helena - Swedish girl in Tokyo
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  2. It's a really cute romper - and will definitely be good when the heat really climbs.

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

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  3. I like the romper and dont think it looks bad..
    Regarding the sandals, maybe you can make an extra hole ? There is a tool in the Swiss knife that is meant for that..

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    1. No room for an extra hole, sadly. That was my first idea, haha

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  4. Love the mix of prints in the playsuit and I think the relaxed fit works really well! :) Bargain price too.

    My first thought was to make an extra hole too - sorry that's not an option for your sandals! Is there a key cutting place near you? They usually do shoe repairs too! :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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  5. Such a cute romper! What a bummer the sandals stretched out - your ancient greeks! I'm sure there are plenty of shoe repair places you can take them too. I always go to my guy in branford, but Sean likes Paradise Shoe Repair in Milford.
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