Obsessed much with the nautical wear? UM…YEAH! I’ve been so for the last 2 years. I think it started after my fetish with jumpers/rompers. But things got better and someone in the creative heavens known as D.C. came up with reading my mind and putting my two fetishes together- the sailor romper. I’ve been eyeing this romper for a while now but opted not to buy it because of budgetary restraints. But after appearing on a markdown sample sale, my sister, Steph bought it for me for an early happy birthday present! It’s a whole bag of cheetos, finger licking good. The chambray fabric gives it a very loose, casual feel, without it being too stiff, and the cut it just about right. Being pretty short, myself, the shorts don’t ride too high on the inseam, but is a modest length. Also, it’s playful, easy to wear, and doesn’t require a separate belt. When I walk out with it, I get a lot of compliments, not to mention it compliments the sailor blouse I bought 2 months ago, made by the same designer. -ps. Thanks, Te! I’ll add it to my collection of rompers.
I’m a very big fan of nautical fashion, so when Baby GAP had their season sale from spring 2009, I bought a couple pieces from that line. Maybe I can find something along the lines of this style for myself to compliment the girls. The great thing about these pieces are they are super soft, and the material transcends the summer season into fall because of its heavier texture. They definitely are layering items, which makes them versatile in any weather. I also made sure I sized up for Emma, seeing as that she’ll start school next year, and I don’t want to have to spend extra money for clothes next year. She’ll truly be a dapper Dannie. source: Baby GAP