Happy Fourth! + Striped Romper

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Romper: J.Crew Factory Striped Knit Romper (Petite XS), Wedges: J.Crew Factory Canvas Espadrille Wedge

Can any of you get enough stripes? Maybe it’s just me but I think I reach for a look like this about 90% of the time. Simple stripes make for a classic look. This romper takes them in a preppy direction with the red wedge, but stripes can also look really chic and edgy (i.e. ripped jeans and a leather jacket).

I knew when I tried this romper on that it would become one of my favorites. It’s so comfortable…I mean, let’s be honest, it’s practically pajamas. That’s why I added a long necklace and a watch to dress it up a bit. I think it would be cute with a printed flat or a t-strap flat sandal as well.

Wishing you all a happy and safe Fourth of July weekend! I hope you get to spend some extra time with your friends and families. As we’re celebrating, I’m also thinking of those currently protecting this wonderful country of ours.

Don’t forget to say a little prayer this weekend for those who are overseas!

About the Author

Lauren is a Pittsburgh-based lifestyle blogger. She is also an entrepreneur, wife, and mother. Like many modern women, she aims to balance her busy career and personal life in style. Let's do this, together. Wellesley & King Is devoted to providing inspiration to other modern women looking to bring style to all areas of their lives, in a way that is affordable and suits their busy schedules!

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