Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Rompin Around

So I realized I am way too impatient to wait until a certain day of the week to show you guys the clothes I want. Instead, I'll just post things here as I find them. Right now, I need this Torrid romper. I hate being poor.

13 comments:

  1. I saw this on their website but its way over priced for my cheap ass. It probably wont be going on sale anytime soon.

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  2. I've just bought a romper and it is fabulous! I feel like a glamourous kid when I wear it.

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  3. I dont know if I like rompers. Im leaning heavily towards the NO side...but it looks cute on this model.

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  4. I have to agree with Elle, anything I ever come across at Torrid is way to expensive for my liking.

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  5. that drop waist does nothing for me and my hips. girl w/o curves, have at it!

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  6. You should really learn to sew. Rompers are super easy to make.

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  7. Yea Im not really feelin' the romper. I did however see a DYI that made rompers from old dresses that was kind of cute

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  8. i was so in love with this, tried it on and it fit so awkward. Hopefully it looks better on you!

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  9. I just ordered a romper the other day! Can't wait til it gets here!

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  10. Where si everybody getting these said rompers? I know that Torrid makes the one above (and I, too, need this) but where is everybody else shopping?

    Also, I'm afraid the inseam will be too short me. Alas. Also, I'm poor.

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  11. I love it. I am gonna have a tailor in Asia make it for me!

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  12. Did you ever get this romper? And do you still want one? I have one new with tags that can be yours for free99. I have no curves so it really didn't work on me

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