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5 Ways to Wear a Romper This Summer

Apr 28 2014 - 3:00am

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Rompers [1] are everywhere this season, and we're seeing serious style from the festival scene to the red carpet [2]. The cute and flirty jumpers come in so many flattering cuts and prints, making them a sophisticated yet fun piece to add to your Summer wardrobe. Not sure if this trend is right for you? We hit up Instagram and found five ways to style this flattering silhouette.

Source: Instagram user style_4_me [3]

Summer Cool

Pick a romper with a bold print, add lots of accessories (even a flower crown!), and you're so on trend this Summer. Toss on a fringed sweater, and you are ready for anything.

Source: Instagram user jahdesigns [4]

Just a Little Flirty

We love this flirty look! Dividing the romper with a red belt breaks up the print and defines the waist. Matching red heels and a ruby pucker work together for a sexy look that's fun for meeting up with someone special.

Source: Instagram user dollees_13 [5]

Classic Chic

For a really classic look, go for a single-color fitted romper that looks sweet all on it's own. Top with a blazer, and you'll look stunning meeting the girls for cocktails or heading to work.

Source: Instagram user style_4_me [6]

Big Event

Rompers are also perfect for black-tie events. Go with a longer jumpsuit cut that's flowing and elegant. And you can really make a statement with a tuxedo jacket and sparkling baubles.

Source: Instagram user gabrieleid [7]

Work Attire

Jumpers are totally appropriate work attire, too. Go with a bold print and top with a neutral-colored blazer that looks so chic at the office. Layer on the accessories for a professional but trendy look.

Source: Instagram user whatwouldvwear [8]

More From Target

You match your purse to your outfit, why not your phone? Whatever trend you’re loving right now — romantic floral, geometric print, Cali-cool — Target [9] has stylish cases from your favorite of-the-moment designers, like Tracy Reese and Nicole Miller. Starting at just $19.99, you’ll want to buy one for every new Spring ensemble. Click here [10] to shop now.

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