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5 Rompers to Complete Your Après-Class Wardrobe

Summertime...and the dressing is eeeeeeeeeeasy. When you're heading straight from the dance studio to the pool or beach, you don't want to be messing around with complicated cover-ups. That's where these 5 MVPs of the romper room come in, bringing their breezy style to your pre-class, post-rehearsal, and everything-in-between looks. Oh, and three out of the five are on sale right now. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and romper-ound! (Sorry, couldn't resist.)


The Soline, by Wear Moi

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This oversized cap sleeve romper with a half zip in the front features four-way stretch and extra-comfy wide leg openings. You can get it now on Wear Moi's US website for less than half of its original price.

The Lace-Trimmed Romper, by Danskin

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Right now, this flirty and feminine look is on sale for $15 off the original price. With side slit pockets, a gathered elastic waist, and ruched detailing at the back, it's tailor-made for staying cool on a summer night in.

The Reversible Romper, by Covet Dance

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Wear this one-piece with a demure scoop-neck, as shown, or flip things around to create a crossover deep V neckline. (Psst: It's on sale right now for just $28, down from $46!)

The Olympia Romper, by Jo+Jax

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Whether in black-and-white stripe, solid black, or peach stripe (shown), the trendy open back and drapey neckline make the Olympia just as at home on the beach as it is in the studio. Bonus: The whole crew can wear it—it comes in sizes Youth Small to Adult Large!

The S&B Romper, by Sugar and Bruno

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We'd never forget you, itty-bitties! Sugar and Bruno's namesake romper is made from their softest terry yet and comes in sizes ranging from XXS (aka child one-size, shown) to adult large.

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Go Behind the Scenes of USC Kaufman’s Virtual Dance Festival

Now more than ever, the students of USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance are embodying their program's vision: "The New Movement."

As the coronavirus pandemic stretches on, the dance world continues to be faced with unprecedented challenges, but USC Kaufman's faculty and BFA students haven't shied away from them. While many schools have had to cancel events or scale them back to live-from-my-living-room streams, USC Kaufman has embraced the situation and taken on impressive endeavors, like expanding its online recruitment efforts.

November 1 to 13, USC Kaufman will present A/Part To/Gather, a virtual festival featuring world premieres from esteemed faculty and guest choreographers, student dance films and much more. All semester long, they've rehearsed via Zoom from their respective student apartments or hometowns. And they haven't solely been dancing. "You have a rehearsal process, and then a filming process, and a production process of putting it together," says assistant professor of practice Jennifer McQuiston Lott of the prerecorded and professionally edited festival.

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