Dear Bowie Emilia Romper | Rompers | Journelle
Dear Bowie Emilia Romper
Though the sisters who design Dear Bowie are from Montreal, we think many of their pieces have a distinct California vibe. This micro modal and silk blend romper, with its effortless scalloped shorts (perfectly slightly longer than your standard romper), long adjustable sleeves that look just-right at the forearms, and somehow-simultaneous-70's-retro-and-futuristic-feeling silhouette is like the best parts of LA and SF rolled into one. Exclusively at Journelle.
Long adjustable sleeves
Scalloped shorts with drawstring
Modal and silk blend
Hand wash in lukewarm water with an extra-gentle lingerie wash; gently squeeze out excess water and lay flat to dry
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