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3 Ways to Wear: Floral Romper

3 ways to wear a floral romper featuring complete looks under $100
One of the hottest trends this season is the romper or jumpsuit. The simplicity and comfort of this piece is perfection for when you want to throw something on and step out into the sun. In this post, I'll show you three ways to style H&M’s powder floral romper for day or night. And, even better, each head-to-toe outfit is under $100!

3 ways to style one floral romper for summer
Simply Chic: Sky-high wedges, metallic gold and a hint of orange instantly glam up this jersey romper. This minimalistic look is perfect for date night or lunch with the girls.

H&M Jersey Jumpsuit, $17.95 // Bangle Set, $13 // Platform Wedges, $26 // Crossbody Bag , $25 // Earrings, $6

Total Outfit: $87.95!

3 ways to style one floral romper for summer
Casual Cool: The perfect look for a casual summer weekend, this outfit features simple flats and a cross-body bag for an effortless on-the-go look. Great for that backyard barbecue that’s on your calendar or an afternoon out shopping with friends!

H&M Jersey Jumpsuit, $17.95 // Denim Jacket, $34.95 // Cutout T-Strap Sandals, $19.99 // Faux Leather Crossbody, $19.90 // Earrings, $6.00

Total Outfit: $98.79!

3 ways to style one floral romper for summer
White Luxe: Another trend this season is the color white. Pair this chic neutral with the playful romper and a pop of bright orange to make a fun statement on the street, while still staying stylish.

H&M Jersey Jumpsuit, $17.95 // Crepe Jacket, $34.99 // Sandals , $24.95 // Tassel Wristlet, $6.99 // Necklace, $7.90

Total Outfit: $92.78!
I wear mine 2/3 the ways!! I have not tried the dressed up approach, bc I am too comfy in my jean jacket and flats!! :-) I love love love rompers!! Great post!
#1 Diana (Homepage) on 2015-06-16 21:06 (Reply)
OMG, I love them all!!! Such great combos!
#2 Laura (Homepage) on 2015-06-17 08:16 (Reply)
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