SALE - XS, S, L, XL - Hemp Freedom Romper
Please enjoy 20% off - Cornflower Blue Rompers are on sale because they have slight sun damage on the shoulder where it hangs on the hanger in my booth.
the XS Moss green is on sale because there is faint red spots in the front, caused by the dye process. they are right about where the shirt meets the waistband, not that noticeable.
I typically don't make what I consider Trendy Clothing, but when I saw how popular Rompers were becoming, I thought ~
"I can do that." A couple years ago, I made a dress in a very similar fashion, sew it was an easy pattern to draft. I've also wanted to make shorts for quite some time...more to come on that note....
I chose a high neckline, as I love that for natural sun protection, and hemp is naturally uv-ray protectant. I made a low back, to help get on and off easier, and that way you could highlight a fun sports bra underneath if you wanted.
Before we were evacuated from the wildfire, I had already sold many at the Twisp Farmer's Market, and everyone said, it was so darn comfortable, they didn't want to take it off.
I of course, already thought that, as I kept both Black & Cornflower for myself. 😉
The shirt part of the Hemp Romper is attached by a 3" waistband to connect the shorts. When I put on the romper, I adjust that part as I normally would with pants. The side seam of shirt measures at 16-17" so even longer torso ladies can wear as well. One of my massage therapist's is 5'10", thin, with a long torso, and the size small fit her perfect.
I'm wearing an XS in the black, Elise is wearing a Large in the Cornflower Blue - I would probably fit her in a Medium next time.
Materials & Details:
- Shorts have pockets
- 5" inseam on shorts
- Boat neckline, with low back
- Shirt Fabric ~ 53% Hemp, 43% Organic Cotton, 4% Lycra
- Short Fabric ~ 55% Hemp 45% Organic Cotton - this fabric will relax with wear, and the shorts will become baggier with wear.