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Smash & Tess "The Rompersalls" // Cotton Candy Sky
Smash & Tess "The Rompersalls" // Cotton Candy Sky
Smash & Tess "The Rompersalls" // Cotton Candy Sky
Smash & Tess "The Rompersalls" // Cotton Candy Sky

Smash & Tess

Smash & Tess "The Rompersalls" // Cotton Candy Sky

$129.99

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Riddle us this! What happens when you cross a Romper with overalls? Why, likely the most comfy thing you’ve ever put on your body, AMIRIGHT?! If you love Smash + Tess Rompers, the S+T Romperalls are your next logical step!

The Romperalls are reminiscent of a Romper, but with the layering capability of an overall. It has a traditional patch pocket on the front chest, square neckline, sewn straps, with in-seam pockets. The length is a little bit longer than our traditional Rompers, so we encourage a little cuff… and best of all, the side cuts were designed to offer more coverage than the average overall, sure we want you to look cute, but even better, we want you to feel comfortable at the same time.

Made in signature Rayon from Bamboo and Cotton Blend

About the Designer

Smash+Tess are Vancouver-designed, North American made, and globally inspired. They believe in slowing down the fashion cycle and making clothing on demand and with a clear purpose.

HOW DO I CARE FOR MY ROMPER?

For the majority of our rompers, excluding limited edition, seasonal items, we use an incredibly soft and high quality fabric that is 66% Rayon from Bamboo, 28% Cotton and 6% Spandex. 

Although the fabric experts say you should wash cold and can tumble dry, some dryers are a girl’s best frenemy! Sure they make life easy, but they can be super hard on your clothes! To be on the safe side, we recommend washing in cool and lay flat to dry. Be sure not to hang it, as the weight of the item may stretch and pull it down.

How do you keep your romper silky smooth? Fabric pilling can be prevented to some extent by proper washing and care. Try washing your romper inside out and on a shorter wash cycle with gentle agitation.

And a reminder, just because the fabric is expensive, does not mean that it’s made of steel. It will snag or tear if you aren’t careful. So be sure to take good care of your romper, and yourself – cause both are amazing!

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