Get This Look: Romper Room

On trend and for every type, chic shortalls are crucial for a complete spring closet.

 

> With both the change in seasons and fashions current flux from dramatic, 80s-inspired looks to easy 70s pieces, the popularity of playsuits was inevitable. The perfect replacement for falls jumpsuit trend, the springs take on the onesie is all about abbreviated hemlines and a rebellion against tops anchored by harem pants and MC Hammer-style bottoms; think Chrissy Snows costuming on “Threes Company.” A tad tricky in more ways than one, finding a perfect-fit romper may require a few trips to the fitting room. And once you find one that hugs in all the right places, consider yourself forewarned: if, outside of the wardrobe realm, you encounter any comparisons between you and Jack Trippers roommate, be sure to leave yourself plenty of time when you go to the bathroom.

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Uncommon Threads
Eyelash Bracelet
Maybe its my vintage bolero or my micro-mini that, when worn, has me dancing like the metal mesh-donned dancer in the “Livin La Vida Loca” video throughout my day, but I have a thing for fashions with fringe. Lucky for me, fringe is having a momentseen on suede, knee-high boots at D&G and composing tassels on satchels at Etro for SS10. Made of sterling silver pieces and seemingly shimmy-ready, the Eyelash Bracelet by Uncommon Threads will be a new addition to my hardware-heavy jewelry collection this season. By local designer Randi Chervitz, the complete Uncommon Threads collection is available at uncommonthreadsjewelry.com (314.966.6010).

 

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Eyelash Bracelet

Eyelash bracelet by local designer Randi Chervitz, uncommonthreadsjewelry.com, 314.966.6010

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Romper Room

126_22.jpgWhether shopping, or out with friends, wear a floral romper to look cute, playful and on point for spring. Free People romper available at Alixandra Collections, Ladue, 314.997.2360

 

Photo credit: Photos by Carmen Troesser

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