Morning! Another round of honeymoon pics for ya, this time starring a super adorable House of Harlow 1960 romper. I scored this brand new piece for just $12.50 during a sale on retail site Fashion Project, which sells new and used donated designer goods, with a portion of all sales going to charitable causes. (This piece isn't available on Fashion Project anymore, but I did find it on sale on Shopbop for just $21.50, which is not too shabby either.)
IMO, rompers are excellent for traveling--so long as the ones you buy aren't TOO difficult to pull off/on during bathroom breaks. I mean, it's an entire comfy outfit in one easy piece, which means it takes up less space in the suitcase. Plus, I layered this one throughout the trip with jackets and sweaters while on the road, and you could even throw a skater skirt over this baby if need be! Rompers 4 life.
I snapped these romper-clad pics while checking out Seoul's Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, which was a nice little museum with a mix of both traditional Korean art and modern pieces by both Korean and international artists. It was HOT, and this was just one of several stops we were making that day, so I paired the romper with some comfy slip on slides ($12, from Forever 21) and my gifted blue backpack, which was a total lifesaver during this action-packed trip. With my hand-me-down sunnies, the whole look came out to just under $25.