Floral Rompers or Why Playful is Good

So I’m wearing a romper, which I’m pretty sure was originally a garment meant for babies to wear on their play dates back in the early part of the 1900s. Today women have usurped the snappy one-piece for their own, otherwise motivated, playtime. I mean, how can you not feel playful when wearing a romper? I challenge you to even say the word without cracking a smile, or at least a smirk. Yes, when you wear a romper it is expected that you will, well, romp, which (according to the questionably sourced online dictionary that I continue to reference), means that you must have a “lively or boisterous frolic.” That is exactly what I did when I wore this floral print Nasty Gal number to the Ken Fulk for Pottery Barn collection preview party in downtown Los Angeles. I danced, sipped champs, made friends, and merry. A perfect play date if ever there was one.

With love,

Amanda

Amanda Garrigus NastyGal Romper

Amanda Garrigus Nasty Gal Romper detail

Amanda Garrigus Flower Print Romper Nasty Gal

Amanda Garrigus Nasty Gal floral romper

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