ACED Design have released their own range of rompers for men [OriginalRompHim/Instagram]
Trends from decades ago make an appearance in our everyday looks and sometimes we even surprise ourselves with what we’re decide to wear.
However, we’ve never seen anything like this before.
ACED Design have taken fashion to a whole new level as they have set up their own Kickstarter for their new RompHim.
‘What is a Romphim?’ we hear you ask.
The design has proved very popular with the Kickstarter already hitting its target [OriginalRompHim/Instagram]
Well, in short, it can be described as a playsuit for males.
On their Kickstarter page, Alex, Chip, Elaine and Daniel have explained: “We spent countless hours designing the RompHim to be your favourite summer outfit. Concerts? beach days? Rooftops? Pool parties? Leisurely strolls? Bar patios? This super-garment is designed to take them all on in style, keeping you cool as the days and nights heat up.”
Well, when they put it like that, we’re not surprised how many people love them.
The group set up the Kickstarter page with the aim to get a pledged of $10,000 to fund their ‘fashion revolution.’
ACED Design describe the male playsuit a a ‘fashion revolution’ [OriginalRompHim/Instagram]
However, with just under a month left, the guys have already received $138,634 from 1232 backers – and counting.
The specially designed items feature a front shirt pocket, adjustable waist tabs, zippered back pocket, a zipper fly and deep front pockets.
Luckily for guys, peeing in playsuits will never be as hard as it is for girls.
Believe it or not, this idea was actually thought of over a few drinks.
The RompHim is now a massive trend in men [OriginalRompHim/Instagram]
The group explain: “We were sitting around over drinks one evening and got to talking about the men’s clothing options out there. Everything was either too corporate..too fratty…too “runway”… or too basic…
“The more we thought about it, the more we realised that a romper hit all of these attributes – it’s unique, fashionable, cool and very wearable.”
With that amount of pledges, we’d be surprised if you didn’t start seeing the RompHim around this summer.