Dear men, Please stop wearing those ridiculous rompers


Its founders tout the product as potentially being the "start of a fashion revolution".

And those men want their own rompers so very much they've created them and are raising money in a Kickstarter to sell them. Magazine interviewed the people behind the RompHim, and it turns out that they're all Northwestern University business school students.

Unlike women's rompers, the group designed their romper to help guys out with the female struggle of having to take a romper off when using the restroom.

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So guys, do you think you could sport this look for summer? "Everything was either too corporate...too fratty...too "runway" or too basic", the design team said in its online fundraising pitch.

Most notably, it also features a zippered fly for easier bathroom access.

Original RompHim Kickstarter from bbnaree on Vimeo.

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Ladies and gentlemen (mainly gentlemen), introducing the RompHim, otherwise known as the latest piece of summer fashion we didn't know we needed until right now.

You can laugh - many people are doing that - but a Kickstarter campaign for the development of the idea had a goal of $10,000; as of noon Wednesday, it had brought in $143,628.

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