Romper 06095


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 Collard button down romper with adjustable waist and back pockets 

Material and Care: 

  • 100% cotton 
  • Machine wash cold
  • Hang to dry 
  • Made in Korea


  • One size -
  • Waist (around): 34"
  • Hips (around): 46"
  • Inseam: 3.5"
  • Shoulder to shoulder: 17.5"
  • Sleeve length: 8.5"
  • Bust (around): 44"
  • Full length: 32"
  • Weight: 0.13kg

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We give you our small business discounted rate so you pay less. Learn more

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Purchases through our website can be returned within 30 days.

Items purchased for in-store pick up are not refundable but we will be happy to offer you a store credit or exchange within 10 days of purchase. Learn more

31 Reviews ★★★★★ (Avg. 4.9/5)

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Out of all the shops I visited on main st this one definitely had the most curated selection, the people choosing the goods know their stuff, both variety and material wise they are spot on. The prices are pretty good too considering how little wear and quality of the pieces. A+ job. I'll definitely come back again.
— Nat B, 2024

I never go in without taking something home. It’s my favourite store since moving to Vancouver! The style is spot on and the women who work there are lovely.
— Chantal Duchesne, 2023

Everything I’ve bought from here is always the best quality and usually my favourite staple item! Customer service is 10/10. They are all so sweet. 🫶🏻
— Baley Lynn, 2023

A cute store with affordable fashion mostly from Korea.
— Helen Park, 2022

Forgot to leave a review back in June! Lovely shop and lovely staff, can’t wait to visit the shop when I’m in Van next time. 🥰
— Grace, 2022

My go-to shop! I love the vibe of this store, they carefully select every item, everything is so darling and cute, and best of all, the staff here are the sweetest people. Love coming here. 💖💖💖
— Grace Yang, 2022

“One of the best boutiques in town with a well-curated collection of clothing, jewelry, and accessories. Staffed by the sweetest people. Always a lovely experience going to WTSY.”
— Grace, 2022

“Such great customer service - my online order was ready within hours. Interesting minimalist clothing and accessories. I'll definately be back often.”
— Sim ran, 2021

“I love this store - I've been shopping here since at least 2016 when it was only in Yaletown. The owner sources things from local designers and Korean and other international labels and it's all really cool and super well priced. I have things in my closet that I still wear all the time that I bought in 2016. 100% worth checking out.”
— Kirstin Johnson, 2021

“I ordered a few items from this boutique online, and they arrived in only 2 days, with free shipping! I've been wanting to try the brand Girlfriend Collective for a while and was pleasantly surprised to find that Woo To See You carries their products. I love that much of the store's items are Korean fashion-inspired, and hope to visit one of their physical locations soon!”
— Brianna Wong, 2020

“Literally the only store I need. ❤️”
— Caitie McCarten, 2020

“Stunning clothes, accessories, self care items. STUNNING AND KIND-HEARTED OWNER AND EMPLOYEES. Support this small business that works so so hard to deliver amazing goods to our closets and shelves. Love Woo to See You forever.”
— Christina Luo, 2020

“One of my favourite stores in Vancouver. Simple, timeless pieces that are made of high quality fabrics, and locally made goods like jewelry and body products. Also - I'm so happy to see their website features people modelling clothes with different body shapes. It's so much easier to see what might look good on you when you see clothes on a body similar to yours, instead of super tall, thin figures.”
— Sonia M, 2020

“Always have a great experience here. The clothes, accessories and jewellery are so beautifully curated! I haven't been able to go in without buying something - partly because it all looks like incredibly high end stuff and I'm always super surprised (in a good way!!) by the prices. Last night I looked at sunglasses I was sure would run me $300 and when they were only $75 I couldn't put them back on the shelf.”
— Amy McDangerfield, 2017

“This shop is very very cool! The owner is super nice and the clothes are out standing!! Jewelries are very interesting too, fine lines.It's all about minimalism, which is hard to find in Vancouver. I recommend this shop for sure!!”
— Laura Drouin, 2016

“One of the best new boutique stores I've been to in Yaletown. The place is set up very well for such a small spot and the owner is a cool lady!”
— Rick Rock, 2016

“Beautiful design and great customer service.”
— Jennifer K, 2020

“Awesome customer service.”
— Jed Grieve, 2017

“Got the cutest sweater here! Love their aesthetic.”
— Anastasia Susilo, 2020

“Very thoughtful collection of beautiful items to add into your life. Great customer service + delivery!”
— Samantha Woods, 2020

“Absolutely love this cute shop. Staff are helpful and kind- thanks for the reply recently as well!”
— Katie Martin, 2020

“I moved to Van from Toronto where I had so many fav Korean boutiques. I was SO happy to find this store, as they carry some of my fav styles and brands from Korea. They always have unique things. They also carry my favourite skincare line from Toronto. ❤️ All the girls who work there are so lovely and friendly! This is my go to store for treating myself.”
— Kathryn Wittoesch, 2018

“Love shopping here! The staff are friendly and knowledgeable.”
— Marie and Miles Kirkwood, 2018

“I love this shop!!!”
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★★★☆☆ “Decent. But don't stock everything a hipster would need.”
— Mike Piff, 2019