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"I am pro-romper! What's not to like? No thought about mixing and matching required; it's all done for you! Bonus: You can pretend to be Zooey Deschanel." -Laura Morgan, Special Projects Director
"I can't understand rompers. I wore one once in high school to a graduation party, not knowing that the only bathrooms available were Port-a-Potties. Let's just say the situation wasn't pretty and I will never wear one ever again. Why not just wear shorts… or a dress… or anything else for that matter?" -Stephanie Kornblum, Public Relations Coordinator
"I LOVE rompers! Nothing is easier then throwing one on and going! I like to dress them up with a thick belt or keep casual on the weekend with a hat." -Amanda Letchko, Fashion Assistant
"There's nothing more disappointing when what you think is a cute dress turns out to be a romper. I don't wear anything that connects my shoulders to my crotch (and I don't understand why anyone else does), and the thought of having to take off all my clothes to use the bathroom is completely unappealing." -Hanna Howard, Fashion Credits Assistant
"I have a long torso and will never wear a romper. A camel toe in summer is NOT a good look." -Becky Eaton, Deputy Art Director
"Rompers scare me. I don't know how to wear them (or anything with a cinched waist really) so I give up! Also my stylist friend wears them all the time and complains about how difficult it is to go to the bathroom. So…I think I'm good without." -Hillary McDaniels, Digital Production Assistant
"I love me a summer romper—they've got all the throw-on-and-go outfit-making potential of a dress, but without the possibility of a wind-induced wardrobe malfunction. And you needn't be in your teens to make one work for you—just look at Zooey Deschanel, Jenny Lewis and Sofia Coppola, all of whom are over 30 and look awesome in a onesie! My only tip: make sure the romper you choose is easy to unbutton and/or wriggle out of before you buy it, because nothing's worse than having to go to the bathroom likerightnow and being stuck in complicated clothing." -Elana Fishman, Senior Digital Editor