Our products, brand, and values disrupt fashion stereotypes and inspire people to break through the confines of existing fashion norms. The boring button-down/khaki combo is our nemesis and we're changing the game.
By putting on a RompHim you're making the statement, "I, [insert name here], own my own style." That's right. It's your life. It's your style.
Who can wear a RompHim? Anyone who wants to. Really. We mean it. Welcome to the #RompSquad. You've always belonged here.
Whether you're 17 or 47, as long as you love how you feel in the RompHim, you can live the #romplife. Sit back, relax, and give a high five to the rest of the squad.
Four friends debate the boring state of men's fashion, deciding that men should get to "live a little" by sharing in the joy and freedom that comes with wearing a romper. They agree that calling the product the "RompHim" was too fun to pass up
Elaine puts the group’s thoughts on paper, sketching out the design that would become the first product
The team brings Elaine’s sketch to life, continuing to design and tweak prototypes to create the perfect RompHim
With a set of samples in hand, the team goes romping in the wild across the US, making sure the design held up to maximum levels of fun
The founders launch a Kickstarter to bring their idea to the masses. It surpasses its funding goal by 3500% in only a week
The RompHim makes appearances on SNL, numerous late night talk shows, the front page of CNN, and in the trending topics of Twitter. And lots and lots of memes
With the pressure of public expectation growing, the team gets down to business, traveling the country to secure fabric and lock down production for their first run of orders
The very first Special Edition units come off the production line in time for the 4th of July, as customers display their fashion Independence while they “Let Freedom Romp”
With production running at full speed, the team works to deliver 5,000 units to Kickstarter backers and other customers
We realize that wearing a romper may be a new experience for some of our customers- so we think this calls for a new approach to sizing. Instead of giving only garment measurements, we have created recommended ranges based on your height, chest size, and the waist size of your favorite pair of pants.
For those on the upper end of a spectrum (e..g 6'2" with a 33 waist ordering a Medium), know that your garment will be on the fitted, shorter side- if you prefer a roomier garment, size up.
For those on the lower end of a sizing spectrum (e.g. 5'8" with a 30 waist ordering a Medium), your garment will be on the looser, longer side- if you prefer something more fitted, size down.
Regardless, across all sizes our adjustable waist tabs will help you get a more tapered fit (if that's what you're into). And if you want to make any post-purchase adjustments, feel free to consult our romper tailoring guide.
Sizing questions? Email us!