Rompers, jumpsuits, harem-style pants -- oh my
Some fashion trends are easier to embrace than others. Who among us is ready to slip into a romper, jumpsuit or harem-style pants?
I’ve worn jumpers before. No, not as a child. An adult. A much younger adult. My favorite jumpsuit was ivory in a soft shiny fabric. It was sleeveless with wide straps, cinched at the waist with a black patent belt. It was the perfect complement to my summer tan. That was before we knew the sun was not our friend. I loved that jumpsuit, but I only wore it twice. Going to the bathroom was a hassle. Plus one of the straps took a dip in the toilet. Need I say more?
And rompers? I don’t even want to go there. My 17-year-old niece had one on the other day. She looked cute; I would look silly enough for someone to nominate me for “What Not to Wear.”
Which brings us to harem-style or softly draped pants. I’m kind of liking these. They probably wouldn’t be that flattering — unless my supermodel body came in soon. I ordered it months ago. It’s such a popular model that it’s on back order. Funny, huh? I doubt I invest in a pair of these pants, unless I find the perfect fit and style, but they would be a nice change from capris. And they look so comfortable. Comfort is a trend, too. One I’m embracing more and more.
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