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Terry Romper

Retail $70.00

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The Terry Romper is a fresh retro piece to add to your summer (and work-from-home) wardrobe. It combines elements from a couple of our favorite vintage finds from the 1950s and 60s. Most importantly, it's made of 100% terry cloth fabric so it will breathe (unlike that sweaty vintage polyester terry cloth) and dry you off after a spontaneous dip. The bottoms fit like the Hammies shorts that you know and love and even have elastic in the waist to accommodate buns of all sizes. The white contrasting trim and button-down front matches the details of the Cabana Set and completes that mid-century look. 

The Terry Romper is our first of many pieces to come that celebrate the exuberant and underappreciated style from 1950s and 60s swim style. This is your grandma's romper!

  • 🌱 100% cotton terry cloth
  • 📏 Fits just like the Hammies short
  • 💎 Button-down front and white contrasting trim
  • ✨ 1950-60s inspired cut

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Sizing

The romper sizing is the same as the shorts sizing. If you don't know your size in Hammies shorts, see our size guide for exact measurements.

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Free exchanges

If the shorts don't fit like you expect, you can swap them out for a different size and we will cover the return shipping (US customers only) 👌

See our exchange and return policy for details.

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