Just when you think you've seen all that the romper has to offer (practicality, comfort, and adaptability) it turns sexy on you. It's evidence that designers are acknowledging the flexibility of the "all in one" frock and are spicing up the look in new trend setting ways. In boutiques and stores everywhere rompers are going from simple to anything but. At Free People, flower power and cut outs are taking over their selection of the practical "onsey". Meanwhile, at Modcloth.com, rompers are taking on the extreme side of retro. Their assortment of retro chic ensembles range from a one piece reminiscent of a WWII uniform to a vintage lacy romper with "winged" shoulders.
One Fashionista shows us that designers are pushing the envelope on a once basic trend by pulling necklines down. The deep V-neck romper can be worn alone, such as this daring Fashionista, with a bando bra, such as this one from American Apparel, or as temperatures begin to drop a loose fitting, wide-neck, long sleeve T-shirt like this. This Fashionista chose an assortment of beaded, studded, and shell bracelets to accent the tribal pattern of her romper. However, depending on your style, you can easily take your onesy any way you want. For example, you can take this look from tribal to techno by adding a neon colored bandeau bra and brightly colored pumps
Hint: Whether you prefer a basic and simple romper or one that comes with its own style use accessories like belts, shoes, or even tops (worn underneath) to make it your own.