Bound for bohemia, Free People's Deep V Romper boasts embroidered and beaded details and a flowing wide leg silhouette that mimics a maxi skirt.
- One piece romper.
- Printed top with contrasting printed pants.
- Sleeveless, pant design.
- Plunging v-neckline.
- Faux-wrap design.
- Embroidery and beading on neckline.
- Flowing, wide leg openings.
- Thick, fabric back straps with tie closure.
- Designed For: out and about
- Fabric(s): 100% Rayon
- Care: Machine wash cold; line dry
- Fit: flowy
- Keywords: romper, sleeveless, pants, print, flowing, wrap, ties, black
Free People, the go-to for all things boho, has expanded their popular line to include an amazing activewear collection. Basically the reason we make it to lunchtime workouts and early morning vinyasa. Crafted from comfortable, state-of-the-art textiles (a.k.a all things super-stretchy), their workout clothes are kind of like personal trainers. Pumping us up with super stylish silhouettes, supporting us with compression fits and built-in bras. Designs feature endurance-driven details. Cute cutouts for breakthrough breathability. Pockets perfect for stashing exercise essentials. And fitness-focused spandex for workout clothes without any twisting or tugging. Wiggle room, though -- totally taken care of with just-tight-enough tailoring for lunging and lifting.
But, if we’re being real, we need our workout clothes to do more than feel good. We want them to look good, too. Because, if we could exercise in our tunics and distressed jeans, we would. So, Free People strayed from muted grays and blacks and broke free with fiery tangerine, teal and the occasional tie-dye touch. They warmed up gym wear with playful patterns and worked off-duty MVPs into activewear to sport everywhere. Workout pants with effortless slouch, à la your fave joggers. Strappy tanks that may just take the place of your go-to going out tops. And sports bras pretty enough to be everyday underpinnings. So now you can hop from gym to home to hanging out in record time. Or from gym to home to this page. They all count as workouts in our book.