So named for the ability to just jump into this piece, this easy-wearing piece was our interpretation of the typical romper. This edition is paired with the handloomed Vahi print, reminiscent of the flow of clear spring water over pebbled brooks. Made for the free summer spirit.
Model is a US Size 4-6, wears Matter Size 1. 174cm tall.
An edit on the typical romper, this piece features a low slung drape on the back and a drawstring waist with tassels details. Bottom cuffs can be folded two ways - buttoned up or rolled down.
100% medium weight cotton. Selectively bundled and dyed by hand with azo-free dyes, the threads are then handloomed. Colour and weaving variations may occur, as it is a part of its charm.
Wash separately the first few washes to prevent colour runs. After that, machine wash with similar colours. For best results, handwash cold or use delicate machine wash. Do not tumble dry. Line dry inside-out. Cool iron inside-out.
Really comfortable and beautiful fabric. The design of the romper with the open back is nice. Unfortunately the opening at the thigh area is cut a bit small. I have some difficulty folding it up when I put it on and maintaining a nice thick fold while wearing it - will bunch up.
I really like this romper. It's cute, lightweight but not see through, and so comfy. I only wish it wasn't so baggy in the back so my bra didn't show. As a 32f woman, going without a bra is not an option so I have to resign myself to having my bra show when I wear this beautiful romper. Other then that it is fantastic. Comfy, breezy, and a beautifully unique peice to add to your wordrobe.
The fabric is so soft and feels amazing on the skin, and thick enough that it's completely fine without wearing a bra. It is definitely my new favourite romper in my wardrobe!! I'm usually AUS size 8 (top) and 8-10 (bottom) and size 1 fitted perfectly. Initially, it was slightly tight around my thighs where the fabric folds, but that loosened once the fabric got softer. The back opening does get wider with multiple wares, but it hasn't really bothered me much yet.