This summer may no longer be known as sundress season but romper season.
A menswear company, RompHim, is encouraging men to try out their new romper line.
“Turn hears and break hearts when you take your RompHim for a spin,” reads their description on Kickstarter. There was also an article posted about the company on Esquire yesterday. One day later, it went viral and became a trending topic on Twitter with over 250,000 tweets on the fashion statement.
So far, RompHim has raised over $71,000 on Kickstarter. (Their initial goal was $10,000.) And with that, they may just start the next new trend in menswear fashion this summer. It seems that the company is looking towards being inclusive as well.
“We tested our RompHims on guys of all shapes and sizes to make sure we offer something for everyone,” read the Kickstarter. The site also noted their “buttoned waist tabs help you get the most flattering contours possible.” There’s also the part that makes or breaks whether or not one should buy a romper — pockets. The RompHim has a front pocket, a zippered back pocket and two deep front pockets. It also has a zippered fly.
Sounds good to us!
While famous men like Andre 3000 have worn jumpsuits, the romper may be a game-changer this summer.
Will you be wearing a romper this summer? For $95, you can snag one early from RompHim’s Kickstarter.
Check it out here. Also, peep some tweets below.
How to rock rompers:
I just feel like the secret to wearing a romper as a man is true for all men’s clothing:
— Saeed Jones (@theferocity) May 16, 2017
Tailoring is key!
Rompers vs. Jumpsuits:
If the top is attached to long pants, it’s a jumpsuits or jumper. If it’s attached to shorts, it’s a rompers.
And on non-gendering it:
Here for the all-gender romper trend.
Not here for needing to name them man-rompers and romphims…
STAND BY YOUR FASHION CHOICES! pic.twitter.com/rHp3CpjEIV
— Raquel Willis (@RaquelWillis_) May 16, 2017
Our favorite funny tweets:
How I think I look in a romper v how I actually look in a romper pic.twitter.com/qlhJv61P4c
— Sticky Gumbo Jefferson (@Luge_Knight) May 16, 2017
Heading out my romper like… pic.twitter.com/cdPhgfslwq
— Luke Rodgers (@thelukerodgers) May 16, 2017
You can also head over to RompHim’s Instagram page to check out how others are rocking their rompers! Check it out here. And let us know what you think in the comments!