Romper For Perfection

We've heard every excuse in the book: "I'm too short," "I feel like a kid," "But how will I pee?" Quit complaining, because no matter what you call the onesie, jumper, or romper, it can look kind of amazing on most any body type. We love clothing that shortens our early-morning closet shuffle, and this one-step item incorporates the convenience of a dress with the practicality of a pair of shorts. We've selected a few stand-out rompers that are fitting for daytime escapades, special evenings, even the office. But before you step into one, scan our styling tips, which are sure to help you avoid any one-piece blunders.

A Little Cinch Goes A Long Way—Clothing that's cut to fit your entire body can lose definition at the waist. Add a belt, or select a romper that includes a cinched waistline to enhance your natural curves.

Keep It PG (Or At Least PG-13)—Be sure to select a romper that covers your derrière (we recommend jumping around in the fitting-room to make sure!). The weather may be warm, but that's not really an excuse for a full moon.

Prints, Prints, Prints—There's no shortage of bold prints, and we encourage you to try them all! But, be selective. If you're very petite, a large, loud, floor-length print may swallow you up. So, opt for a print and silhouette that's a little more understated.

Work Those Gams—A romper, whether shorts, cropped, or full-leg, can make your gams look like they go on for miles. Play them up and avoid sandals with thick ankle straps that can segment your shape in an unflattering way.

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Beach Chic by M&Co

Spring has finally sprung and soon we will all be thinking about our summer holiday, or more importantly our holiday wardrobe!

Look no further than M&Co. for all your beach essentials.

No matter what your style M&Co. has something for everyone.

M&Co. has combined key details with flattering cuts to create our best swimwear range yet!

Don't miss out on their Spring/Summer accessories range which compliments their swimwear pieces

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Newly launched t-shirt label Collect From London

Newly launched t-shirt label Collect is making its mark on the fashion world with a range of tried and tested cuts to cater for every body shape and desired fit, with a unique range of limited edition print designs.

Shunning the idea that 'one size fits all', Collect has undertaken extensive consumer testing to come up with a range of t-shirts in a variety of styles.

Simply decide whether you want a fitted, regular or relaxed fit, then browse from the collections Plain, Patterned or Printed ranges featured on its online store at, a customer friendly site which offers guests a sophisticated online retail experience.

The Printed range features designs created by the UK's top up and coming artists, a result of Collects desire to support exceptionally talented creative's. Woody Morley, founder of Collect says 'the idea is to tap into the UK's rich but often underutilized creative talent and give them an opportunity to showcase their work'.

Truly unique, each of the Printed designs are produced in limited edition runs of 100, with each print individually numbered on the label and every piece exclusive. Collect ensures you stand out in the crowd. Your only concern is being fast enough to grab one!

The Inaugural collection, created around the theme 'Endangered', includes designs from established designers including notables such as Robert Carey Williams as well as fashion and art students. Collect is the antithesis of mass-produced, low cost high street fashion.

The t-shirt has come a long way from its beginnings as wartime underwear, with each incarnation symbolizing the sign of the times. Collect is the symbol of today - unique wearable art, exciting collaborations and a superior choice of cuts.

Price Range: £20.00 - £45.00
Purchase via:
Stockists: Laden Showroom, ASOS

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