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Re: ROMPERS

PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:33 pm
by Bertino56
I had these back in the 1970s. They were never called "rompers" then.
They were a short-arm, short-leg version of jumpsuits, made and sold
by the makers of regular jumpsuits. One of my favorites was towel-like
terrycloth, with a clasp belt, just like the James Bond picture above.
Another version was a bodysuit, or body shirt. You can still get these.
They have a snap or button crotch, with no shirttail to pull out. They
looked good until I started to get too bulgy for that sort of garment.
One of the brands I remember was Marum Mani-shirt, which had four
snaps, and otherwise looked like a tight-fitting T-shirt. (Marum also made
Mani-hose, tights for men.)
Nowadays, Privatina makes a lot of the same things for men and women.
http://privatina.shop-07.de/privatina-p ... elbod.html
There's also a company called onepiece.com

Re: ROMPERS. . . AARGghhhh!

PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:40 pm
by WesleyN
Not for me. And what would you do, when you want to go to the toilet?

Re: ROMPERS. . . AARGghhhh!

PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2017 1:29 am
by mishawakaskirt
rivegauche wrote:Huckleberry Finn wore a dress and was rumbled when he caught something thrown towards him by clamping his knees together instead of widening them to catch in the skirt of his dress.


I remember reading that as a young boy. I can't remember if I had already worn a skirt before or after reading that or not.

Also I must confess that about 15 years ago I bought a ladies floral print romper onesie whatever you prefer to call it. It actually fit pretty well, except in the sholders it was snug, the bottom end was nice and roomy. It was not my favorite garment in my closet. It is a nice change to have a garment that don't fasten snugly at the waist with elastic or a belt or waistband. Got rid of the romper a few years back. Never cared for the floral print. And only wore it in winter under mens clothes for extra
warmth. To go to the bathroon it was a big deal, if you don't take the entire thing off, you kind of have to drop it down behind you taking care you don't drop it in the toilet or floor. not easy.

I like wearing bib coveralls. I think they are the only mens garment that hangs from the sholders that is not considered a robe or dress. It is also kind of nice to have an extra pocket on the bib portion.

Mishawakakilt

Re: ROMPERS. . . AARGghhhh!

PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2017 3:15 am
by Ron
mishawakaskirt wrote:
rivegauche wrote:
I like wearing bib coveralls. I think they are the only mens garment that hangs from the sholders that is not considered a robe or dress. It is also kind of nice to have an extra pocket on the bib portion.



I agree if I have to wear cursed 2 legged things I prefer biboveralls as I can't stand anything tight around my waist

Re: ROMPERS

PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2017 6:18 am
by Gusto10
Bertino56 wrote:I had these back in the 1970s. They were never called "rompers" then.
They were a short-arm, short-leg version of jumpsuits, made and sold
by the makers of regular jumpsuits. One of my favorites was towel-like
terrycloth, with a clasp belt, just like the James Bond picture above.
Another version was a bodysuit, or body shirt. You can still get these.
They have a snap or button crotch, with no shirttail to pull out. They
looked good until I started to get too bulgy for that sort of garment.
One of the brands I remember was Marum Mani-shirt, which had four
snaps, and otherwise looked like a tight-fitting T-shirt. (Marum also made
Mani-hose, tights for men.)
Nowadays, Privatina makes a lot of the same things for men and women.
http://privatina.shop-07.de/privatina-p ... elbod.html
There's also a company called onepiece.com


Hmm, an adult baby shop. Doesn't it say it all?

Re: Rompers

PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 6:22 pm
by Bertino56
No, Gusto10, it does not. With all respect, you are jumping to conclusions.
What store you buy your skirts in does not say anything about you, or about
anybody else who shops at that store.
I have not bought from Privatina, but I assure you they have a diverse clientele.
I do not identify as "adult baby" (but I have met a few of them) and I don't
ridicule or otherwise disparage their interests, any more than they ridicule
my individuality and diverse interests in clothing.

Re: ROMPERS. . . AARGghhhh!

PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2017 6:51 am
by Sinned
I agree with Bertino - it says no more than if I went into a shop that only sold clothes targeted to women and bought something. It wouldn't indicate that I was trying to be a woman. The purchaser from the adult baby shop as you called it may just like the form or the style for comfort, similar reasons for why we wear skirts, and not for any associations with adult babyhood.

Re: ROMPERS. . . AARGghhhh!

PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2019 2:35 pm
by RichardA
RichardA wrote:I must be the only one who likes them, I just love one piece garments, I don't know why maybe it's a through back from my child hood.
Maybe when I saw James Bond in Goldfinger
Sorry :oops: just found one of me

I hear all your comments from two years ago, but two years later I finely bought one, the leg length was a wee bit too long for me so had to shorten it, but I love it now.
It feels like a dress to wear as it is not tight on the waist, and up to now people that have seen me in it gives it the thumbs up, I could start a trend in my small village.

Re: ROMPERS. . . AARGghhhh!

PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 11:17 am
by JohnH
Forget the inseam and go with a dress. You don't have to worry about a fly for urinating, and there's no problem with a number 2.

Re: ROMPERS. . . AARGghhhh!

PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 12:19 pm
by nzfreestyler
from experience rompers/playsuits are terribly inconvenient when I had to go the bathroom !
Had to take them off completely and step out of them to go to the toilet.
They were kind of fun to wear, and safe in the sense that I felt a little safer in bars/restaurants etc in a romper - but I still prefer the lines of a skirt anyday!