O'Neill Cynthia Vincent Jannali Romper

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  • High style comes to the shoreline with this Cynthia Vincent Jannali Romper. The delicate embroidered details pop against a tonal print.

      Fabric & Care

    • Hand wash cold.
    • Hang to dry.
    • 100% Viscose.


    • One piece romper.
    • Allover tonal print.
    • V-neckline with contrasting embroidery.
    • Grossgrain straps cross at back and wrap and tie around waist.
    • Open, scoop back design.
    • Asymmetrical hem with ruffle trim.
    • Metal Billabong logo badge at center back.

      Sizing & Fit

    • Wrap ties for adjustable fit.
    • 1.5" inseam.

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  • 6/2/2017 Cute, but not for short women

    3 Review Stars By Lil4Real

    I am 5'1", 120 lbs and on the busty side. I bought a size small.
    While the romper itself was cute, it was much more revealing than the picture shows. The adjustable strings help, but makes the romper shorter. Better as a cover-up than something you'd want to wear on a normal day.

    side note - the overall fabric quality was good, but there was a little tear/snag where the string was sewn in the front.

    Palo Alto, CA

    Fit: Feels true to size

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