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Summer is officially here, and we are SO excited to get outside and (finally!) see our friends and family again.

Wherever these sunny days take us, we know we’ll be wearing the Lakeside Romper on repeat. This effortless, comfy piece was designed in collaboration with our gal, Jillian Harris. It was inspired by Jilly’s love of afternoons at the Kelowna wineries, big family dinners and beach days. Read on for some inspiration on how to style this ultra-versatile summer staple!  

Set Sail 

The midi-length wide legs on the Lakeside Romper make it the perfect breezy thing to toss on when you’re hitting the open waters. The tie waist lets you customize your fit, so you feel your best when you’re dropping anchor. Add some sunnies and a fun sandal and you’ll be ready for a day of boating adventures!  

Vineyard Vibes  

Jilly loves to rock her Lakeside Romper when she’s sipping vino at local wineries. The classic Midnight Black acts as a blank canvas for statement earrings, a cute tote, heeled sandals or whatever lets you express your personal style. We also love the double-v neckline because it’s flattering and keeps you cool on those hot summer days.  

Picnic Perfection 

Throw on your Romper, pack some snacks (and some bubbly, of course) and hit the beach! Our high-stretch signature fabric is easy to lounge lakeside in and lets you chase after your kiddos or pooches (we’re looking at you, Peaches and Nacho!) You can style it with sneaks for comfort on the fly and a hat for sun protection.  

Happy Hour, Anyone? 

We made this Romper to take you from a day of errands to date night with the girls, no wardrobe changes required. Some strappy sandals, a fun hat or a classic jean jacket can quickly transform the Lakeside Romper into an evening-ready look. Cheers to you! 

There are endless ways to style this feel-good wardrobe essential. Now all that’s left to do is choose between Midnight Black or Slay Grey (or don’t and treat yourself to both!) Shop the Lakeside Romper now! 

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