Indigo Girl

IMG_8308 IMG_8319 IMG_8310 IMG_8321 IMG_8305 IMG_8323 IMG_8304 IMG_8309Just call me Indigo Girl.

Here’s yet another post showcasing my obsession with the Indigo trend. Like I said before, I dive head first into trends because that’s the only way to really know what you love and what you don’t love. Indigo? Ya, I love. Some clothing items don’t shine very bright when they’re hanging on a hanger. This romper was one of those pieces. It was displayed as an Indigo blob of nothing important but as it turns out it’s currently one of my favorite pieces in my closet. This is why it is so important to give a piece of clothing a chance and try them on. I don’t know about you but this romper screams spring and summer. I’m pretty sure that I wore this little guy 3 times last week because it’s so easy to pull of and not to mention comfortable. Based on experience and feedback this romper suits the smaller chested the best. Ladies with a larger bust have mentioned some major tugging in that area. Every once in awhile my smaller chest takes the win. I would be devastated if this romper didn’t work because it’s going to be summer go to with a classic red lip. Be prepared to see this romper on my Instagram a lot. Speaking of which, go follow me @karissamariie

With love,

©Karissa Marie

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6 thoughts on “Indigo Girl

  1. Hi Karissa,
    If you don’t mind me asking, was the petite or regular size better for this romper? Did you go up a size to get the nice relaxed fit? I too love indigo and this is a nice alternative to overall shorts for the summer. Thanks for the inspiration!!

    • Hi Ria. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I recommend going UP a size with this romper. I typically wear 00P at Anthropologie but a regular extra small in this fit me perfectly and the buttons didn’t tug as much. Hope that helps!

      Karissa

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