It's been unbearably hot these last couple weeks in NYC, which has made me incredibly lazy and sluggish. And when all your energy goes toward walking to the subway in 90-plus-degree heat and not passing out, there's very little brainpower left for outfit planning. So on a recent weekend outing to Chinatown, I kept things super simple with the perfect lazy-girl-who-wants-to-be-comfortable-but-also-cute piece--a printed romper.
I scored this House of Harlow 1960-branded romper (last worn here!) for just under $13 from The Fashion Project, which has since rebranded as Union & Fifth. If you're not familiar with them, they sell donated designer items--a good amount of which are new-with-tags--and give a portion of all sales to charitable causes.
I paired the romper with my white Call It Spring sneakers, which I've been wearing non-stop this summer and were just $21 (and they're now on sale for $15, though only a few sizes are left). I added a pair of $10 sunnies and a gifted blue backpack, bringing the whole head-to-toe look to around $44.