Easy Summer Looks with Tobi

When it comes to summer style, give me all the easy, comfy vibes. And if I can slip on an adorable one-piece outfit (like a romper or dress) that doesn't require a lot of pairing pieces and outfit deliberation, that's even better! So when Tobi asked me to style a few looks, I chose two adorable rompers and a super cute lace top, and found myself in easy-summer-style heaven. 

If you're looking for fun, affordable, stylish pieces, Tobi.com has them in spades (direct link to site above). Not gonna lie, it was actually really hard to choose my favorites because they have such a big selection of on-trend styles. I do especially love their rompers, dresses and top/skirt sets....lots of boho vibes going on which I can never resist! But I was finally able to make my selections and received three great spring/summer pieces.

Let's start with my very fave...Tobi's Rebecca Floral Print Romper with tassel-tie detail. Reasons I love this piece include the fab print, great bohemian feel, tassels, flared sleeves and fit. I ordered a medium in this romper and it fits perfectly. I love the length and that it's short and flirty without being too short (I always feel a little uncomfortable in super short pieces but this one was just right!) I can definitely see this romper becoming a go-to in my wardrobe. And I love that it can be dressed up or down depending on how you style it. I chose to style with black ankle strap platform wedges, a gold choker and my Lack of Color ivory fedora
for an elevated boho look that I think would be perfect for a date night or concert at Red Rocks. You could also dress it down for a coffee or lunch date by just swapping out the wedges for a flat sandal or slide.

My second Tobi look is their Can't Let Go Rose Print Romper. Things I especially love about this piece include the white palette (if you've been following my IG you know that I'm all about white pieces at the moment), the rose pattern (another fave of mine when it comes to prints), the cute little trim detailing and the cropped flared sleeves. I also ordered a medium in this romper and it ended up being just a tad shorter than I'd like, but fit nicely everywhere else so I would just recommend sizing up if you are concerned about length. But otherwise it's a really fun piece. And again I think you could dress up or down, depending on the shoes and accessories. I styled this one with a wide brown belt (just to give me a little more waist definition), a braided choker made by local Denver designer Stacy Sterling Jewelry and my Free People lace-up heels. I also think you could go without the belt and throw on some cute flip flops or flat sandals for a casual or even pool-side look.

My last Tobi piece is their Bella Lace Scallop Top, a super fun white lacey number (yes again with the white....just so fresh and summery right?). I really love the sheer stripes and scalloped hem and sleeve detailing on this top. I actually ordered a large in this one because it's cropped (didn't want it to be too short on me) and I wasn't sure if it had any stretch or give (it actually does have a little). And I actually really like the comfy looser fit and the length of this size, so I'd probably recommend going with your normal size or again sizing up if you're concerned about length. This is such a feminine and super versatile piece that can be styled so many ways. I chose to pair it with a cropped white cami underneath, a raw-hem denim skirt that I picked up at Nordstrom Rack and these amazing Jeffrey Campbell pearl slides that remind me of Holly Golightly from Breakfast at Tiffany's. I love that it's a luxe casual look, perfect for day wear or even a low-key summer evening event like an patio happy hour with friends. I also tried this top on over a fitted tank-style mini dress and it looked adorable with that too.

So all that to say that I am very happy with my Tobi picks and definitely recommend checking out Tobi.com for affordable and fun fashion pieces. Let me know what you think!

Thanks so much for reading and have the best week!

XO,

Allison

 

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