I was casually perusing Etsy this morning when I found a cute romper and it got me thinking about how much I would love a vintage playsuit/skirt set. Have you seen those? I have seen a few but they have either been extremely expensive or not in my size. But it got me thinking, why don’t I just create a new romper set? I could buy a vintage jumper and then pair it with a skirt that matches! This way I can lounge around the house or the beach in my romper and then add the skirt when I need to do errands. I put together a few sets so you could see what I mean.
Let’s start with the orignal playsuit that caught my eye (here). The obvious match would be a black or white skirt (here and here) but I like it best with this vintage inspired sailboat skirt (here).
I think this is my favorite of the combinations because that floral romper (here) is so glamorous and then wearing it with the black and white striped skirt (here) would be the perfect combination of vintage and modern. You could also pair it with a plain black skirt (here).
On the kitschier side of things, this bright blue jumpsuit with white trim (here) is adorable! I would wear it with this bright tulip skirt (here), but you could also match it with a white skirt (here) for a more subtle outfit.
I adore turquoise, so of course this romper (here) caught my eye. I think it would look glamorous with either the white skirt (here) or the solid turquoise skirt (here). I especially like the bow on the turquoise skirt because it helps define the waistline.
ModCloth just happened to post this fun nautical playsuit (here) so I included it in the round-up even though it isn’t vintage. Wouldn’t it be perfection with the red and white polka dotted skirt (here)? You could also match it with a solid red skirt (here). Either way it would be perfect for a summer picnic by the lake.
So do you ladies think you might be up for making your own romper/skirt outfit? Oh, by the way, if you happen across any vintage playsuit/skirt sets online, be sure to send the link my way!
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