Who else is obsessed with summer rompers? I only started wearing rompers and jumpsuits a couple of years ago. Weird right? I don’t really know why it took me so long to get into this trend besides the fact that most never fit my long torso. Once I found a couple that actually fit you better believe I stocked up. I started ordering more and more and became obsessed. Nowadays, you can’t keep me away from summer rompers and jumpsuits.
A couple of weeks ago I was watching one of the Today Show’s style segments. The stylist or whoever she was said that rompers and jumpsuits were totally out of style. Her reasoning… because they are such a pain in the ass when you have to go to the bathroom. After being a stylist for 10+ years I can tell you right now that trends do not go out of style just because of how tough it is to go to the restroom. Cue the eye roll emoji.
By now, all of us ladies know exactly what we are getting ourselves into when we throw a romper or jumpsuit on to go out on the town. Yes, we’ve all thought about the fact we will most likely have to use the bathroom at one point during the day or night. If we have any common sense we might also wear a jumpsuit or romper that isn’t a complete b*tch to take off. We’ve all seen those memes… Which I was going to add in but don’t want to get hit with a copyright infringement lawsuit!
I definitely plan which summer romper is appropriate for certain activities. If I am going to be out for hours and hours I will wear something that is easy to get out of on my own. There’s nothing worse than wearing a romper that you need another person’s help to take off. Especially if you’re with a guy and they essentially have to undress you just so you can go to the bathroom. Then you have to walk out of the bathroom again halfway undone so he can hook you back up to normal. The struggle.
I personally love those summer rompers or jumpsuits that are off the shoulder so you can easily just slip them off and pull them back on. Hence why the romper in this post is perfection. There is a zipper in the back but it is something that you can easily manage on your own. You can get in and out of this look in a flash! The ease of this outfit is probably my favorite part of this romper. Besides the fact that it has pockets, it is such a chic look you can dress up or dress down. Sadly, this particular romper is sold out in white but it does come in 2 other colors that are still partially stocked. I’ve also added a few other romper options in a scroller above as well.
Let me ask y’all this. Are rompers and jumpsuits a trend that you will continue to wear? Honestly, I can’t see them going out of style anytime soon. With the amount of rompers I have recently stocked my closet with I can’t see them going anywhere anytime soon. Rompers are not going anywhere. I could be wrong but I don’t foresee that in the near future. They are such a chic and easy look that takes very little effort to make look amazing. The fact that going to the bathroom might be a little difficult while wearing a romper won’t deter me from wearing one.
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