HOW WE WEAR IT: BRIDAL EDITION

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With COVID restrictions slowly starting to loosen and some weddings finally in the books, we wanted to share some inspiration on how to style our Sunday Romper in Bridal White!

Whether you’re walking down the aisle, are a bridesmaid, or just love the look of a fresh white Romper, there are endless ways to style this must-have piece.  

#Rompsohard Before You Romp Down the Aisle  

Pop the champagne and get wedding glam! With our stretchy signature fabric and a v-neckline, the Sunday Romper is easy to pull off without ruining your hair or makeup. Bonus—there’s pockets for your wedding day essentials like lip gloss, your phone, or tissues. You’ll feel chic and comfortable before you slip it off and rock your gorgeous gown.  

Bridal Party Matching Moments 

Getting ready with your bridesmaids is half the fun so why not do it in matching Bridal White Rompers?! The photos will be adorable, and you and your closest will feel cozy before the wedding festivities officially begin!  

Slippers, Socks, Sofa  

You don’t need to be a bride or have a wedding on your calendar to wear this Romper. Lounge in Bridal White on Sunday (or any day of the week!) and pair it with your fuzzy slippers, some warm socks and put on your fave movie. This is also the perfect day-after-the-wedding look or a fun addition to a stagette weekend!  

Add Some Bling  

Nothing elevates a Romper like a little sparkle. We love  Olive + Piper’s beautiful collection that is totally wedding day worthy. Pick some earrings, a statement necklace, a dainty bracelet, or all the above!  

Toss Your Hair Up & Strut Your Stuff  

You’ll receive a FREE Bridal White Scrunchie with your purchase of this Romper. Throw your hair in a messy bun and soak up every moment, this is your big day!  

Hot tip: our Rompers are not only amazing for getting ready in, they make a great bridesmaid gift too! Browse our Bridal Packages and tick one thing off your pre-wedding to-do list!  


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