Skip to main content

4th of July Style Inspiration - Romper with Wrap Skirt Review

"You've got to be willing to lose everything to gain yourself." ~ Iyanla Vanzant

Hey hey sweetie pies, happy Tuesday! I have been loving all of the new pieces that I snagged a while back such as this romper that I snagged for under $25! With a scoop neckline and a wrap skirt giving the illusion of a dress from the back, this printed piece is great for the 4th of July or for a dinner out with the girls!


It contains two skinny straps - allowing you to flaunt your decolletage which is perfect for a night out with strappy heels. If you are not a fan of showing much cleavage, and you are on the bustier side like yours truly, then you may want to opt out of this piece. I am a D-Cup and it definitely is on the revealing side, however I do not mind. I love my curves... ALL of them. My special man reminds me all the time of how beautiful my body is. (Thanks hunni!)

With a sheer panel that wraps around the waist gives it a wrap skirt look. I love the print with warm and cool tones. With such a vibrant print, I kept everything else simple with solids. My bag is sold out but here is a similar one. I have been loving these sunnies and they are so affordable just under $10! My sandals and jean jacket are old as dirt but here are a similar pair of sandals and a similar jacket with patches.

So do you sweetie pies like how I styled this romper? Have any styling suggestions? Leave them in the comment section below! I would love to hear you guys opinion!
As always, XO and Stay FAB! ~ Stormie J 

Popular posts from this blog

Thank you Ma - Open Letter to my Mom - Mother's Day Edition 2017

"The beauty of a woman must be seen from in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides." ~ Audrey Hepburn
Hey hey sweetie pies, with Mother's day 2 days away I wanted to dedicate today's post to my Mom. Here is my open letter to you...
Hi Ma Happy (Early) Mother's day! I want to thank you for all the things that you have taught me 1. For teaching me to put God first 2. For teaching me to not be afraid to speak up for myself because no one else will do it for me. 3. For teaching me to not judge a book by its cover 4. For teaching me to be a strong woman 5. For teaching me the importance of an education 6. For teaching me the value of hard work 7. For teaching me to love life  8. For teaching me who I belong to 9. For teaching me to love myself 10. For teaching me take pride in what I do 11. For teaching me to respect my elders 12. For teaching me that my opinion holds value 13. For teaching me what unconditional love looks li…

How to Win an In Home Spa Experience! | Mother's Day Giveaway with BV-Spa!

"Dream as if you'll live forever. Live as if you'll die today." 
Hey hey sweetie pies! Happy Monday. Today has been a busy day for your girl but I miraculously managed to get this post up! And lucky for you guys, it is a GIVEAWAY! You all can check out my last post about BVSpa and how I like to use their products for the transitional weather. They were generous to sponsor my last giveaway which went to Krissa DuBois. A few things that I personally love about BVSpa is that they are paraben, sulfate, and phthalate free as well as created with some of the finest ingredients. The scrub is one of my newest obsessions and it is everything!
Since we had so much fun last time with the giveaway, we have decided to host another one! And this time, we are doing it Mother's Day Style! The prize? An in-home spa set for a deserving Mom out there! All you have to do to enter is subscribe to my blog via email and then leave a comment in the comment section below on why an aweso…

How to Style - B+W Striped Dress 3 of 3 Ways

"We must be willing to let go of the life we planned in order to have the life that is waiting for us." ~ Joseph Campbell
Hey hey sweetie pies I am excited to show you the third way that I styled this dress from Rainbow. I opted to wear it tunic style with a pair of jeans and strappy heels. If the length is too long you can opt to leave two or three buttons closed and tie the ends of the shirt into a knot. It helps you  pull off that easy casual look. You can easily create variations of this look by swapping a few things. You can easily swap out the heels for some flat mules for the perfect casual spring outfit. Or you swap out the jeans for long distressed shorts with sandals for sexy casual look. Even though I have styled this dress 3 ways, the options are really endless. Make sure to check out the 1st or 2nd way that I styled this dress. Which look is your fave? 1, 2, or 3?! Leave your thoughts below I would love to hear!



As always, XO and Stay FAB! ~ Stormie J