Byron Romper

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Description

Feel comfortable and relaxed in the Byron Romper.

Our Byron Wide Leg Romper is a functional and flattering piece. Cut with an attractive V front and easy cropped legs, this romper is comfy and secure. A favorite detail is the oversized side pockets. The gathered neckline, held together with a delicate cord, can be untied at the back so you can get in and out of your romper with ease. Pull the cord tighter to adjust the romper and bring the neckline and pant height up.

The woven cotton fabrication is both soft and sturdy. You’ll notice that the fabric gains more character and texture after each wear and wash.

 

Product Info:

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Fit: Relaxed, with a dropped waist, wide legs and a gathered section at the shoulders. If you’re unsure about your correct size, go by your hip measurement. THIS GARMENT RUNS LARGE. WE RECOMMEND SIZING DOWN. Please refer to the size chart above!

-Model: Zanetta (dark hair) is 5’6″ and typically a size 2 in dresses and rompers. She is wearing a size S in the Blue Doublegauze with Dot. Melissa (brunette) is 5’5″ and typically a size 4-6 in dresses and rompers. She is wearing a size S in the Charcoal Romper.

-Fabric: Blue Doublegauze Dot: lightweight, 100% organic cotton. Charcoal: midweight,  100% organic woven cotton. Both are prewashed and shrunk

For our sizing guide and care instructions, click here.

**Concerned about this garment fitting you correctly? Simply include your bust measurement, waist measurement, hip measurement, and height in the order notes and we’ll make sure to send you the right size for your body! If you’d like length added or taken away from the pant, note that as well. We will make you a custom length piece free of charge.

Additional information

Weight 10 oz
Dimensions 10 × 12 × 1 in
Size

Large, Medium, Small, XLarge, XSmall

Color

Blue Doublegauze with Dot, Charcoal

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