The Tropez Romper - Coral

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The day is calling for Tropez . . . Can you hear it? Our Romper is a one-stop-shop for whatever leisurely fun you can manage, be it day or night, uninhibited or polite. Regardless, you’ll figure things out as easily as the Tropez goes on with its front zipper closure. Built for bliss in our signature terry cloth, with a terry belt to complete the look. Got any plans?

Designed with love in California.

Model is wearing a size Medium

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  • Embroidered Dandy Del Mar Logo
  • Optional Belt
  • Tailored Sleeves 
  • Reinforced collar
  • 80% Cotton | 20% Polyester

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    MF
    24 January 2022
    Michaelyn F.
    United States United States

    Retro Perfection

    Gimme a tennis racket and a cocktail with an umbrella! I was shocked at how well these fit. I’m very petite - 5’3, 100lbs and the XS feels like it was made for me. I could get every color. Soft, short enough without being too short, vintage styling. Love it.

    SC
    23 September 2021
    Stephanie C.
    United States United States

    Love everything but the size

    I had to return 2 times and get a XXXL… now the customer service was incredible but I hate that, it makes woman feel awful. I am an XL in everything else but the XL romper wouldn’t even pull up!! Make clothes for everyone!! If I’m the biggest size you sell that’s sad. That being said I love it it’s confy and the customer service was incredible. I get a ton of compliments

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    23 September 2021
    Stef
    United States United States

    Looks great & comfy

    It looks amazing, it’s extremely comfortable- but runs very small!! I am typically an XL and had to return to get the XXXL - honestly I hate that because it makes woman feel bad but they had great customer service and I do love the romper. It’s like a soft towel material so on cooler summer nights and early fall it’s perfect. Great quality also. I’ve gotten quite a few compliments


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