“Romp him” is the latest internet sensation and if you are wondering what this is all about, these are rompers designed for men. The question we are asking is, are you going to be getting one for your man and if you are a guy, will you be wearing this?
Rompers are a very trendy item of clothing nowadays. You can literally wear them anywhere for any occasion, and still turn heads. They have been in existence since the 1900s, and were originally worn by children as playing attire. What is a romper you ask? A romper suit, or rather a romper, is a one-piece combination of shorts and a shirt worn by both children and adults. They are mostly worn by women as they are made to look like pajamas. Rompers are also like overalls as they hang on the body loosely just like those worn by mechanics, jailers or sound engineers. They come in all shapes, patterns, sizes, forms and colors and come in handy especially during hot weather or cool places.
They are light and fit loosely on the body, a major change from the much more restricted clothing children used to wear during the 19th Century Victorian era. Styles and conventions varied from country to country. In France they were, mostly made only for boys, as the kids would wear dressy rompers. Their popularity grew in the 1950s when they were used by children as playing attire and by women as casual and beachwear.
However, the romper has continued to be used by babies, and has become less common amongst older girls and women, although never going missing completely. While rompers had been trending among women in the 1950s, they resurfaced in the 1970s as a fashion statement for adult women. In the 1970s rompers were usually a casual piece of clothing made of terrycloth, and often in a tube top style. They were regular in the 1980s in a wider variety of materials but since 2006, rompers have enjoyed a minor comeback as fashionable clothing for women. Afew designers have displayed collections including romper suits which are being sold by many retailers. In the 2010s the “sleep romper” for women gained recognition, being affiliated to that of a teddy bear, connected with shorts and in 2017 here we are with “Romp him”
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