I just happened to be on the anthropologie site and I fell in love…. with a romper. It’s more like a jumpsuit but they’re calling it a romper.
Isn’t it cute?!
I’m going on my first-ever cruise in January 2013 and I’m already getting excited about all of the fun, nautical inspired pieces I can make for it. Wouldn’t this jumper be cute in a similar jeans material but perhaps with either red & white or navy & white stripe detailing (belt, trim, pocket flaps, & buttons)?! Or maybe in a really light, flowy material (with underlining of course).
Now… how do I make this for myself?! heh
I’m 4’11” and would be willing to wear some comfy platform shoes to achieve at least a 5-foot status so I could have more leg-length.
I’m thinking a Gertie-bombshell top would be nice coupled with a wide leg trouser pattern or a bell-bottom trouser pattern…
For some perspective, this is me in a pair of high-waisted Burda trousers (light weight wool) on the left and some store-bought (cotton sateen) trousers on the right:
I’m wearing a slight heeled shoe on the left, maybe 1.5 inches high in the heel but flat at the toe. And the image on the right I’m wearing a pair of white platforms with 2.5″ in the back and 1″ at the toe. (I have one other pair of platforms that are true platforms with like 2-3″ at the toe and even more at the heel.
I know I have stumps for legs… but maybe??? it could work??? heh
Thoughts? I’m open to hearing positive and negative! I’d rather have honest feedback than spend a month working on a project that would look horrible in the end.
Do you think there a way this look could ever work for a shape like mine (pear-shaped & short)? Or should it never be attempted?
But before you suggest it, shorts are not on the menu. I haven’t worn shorts since high school, and I doubt I ever will unless forced. Capris and pedal-pushers are okay though…