Use These Style Tips to Make Wearing Rompers & Jumpsuits Hassle-Free in the Bathroom


Are you looking for something extra-elegant and a bit edgy? Then it’s time to add a romper or a jumpsuit to your closet. Although rompers and jumpsuits are super comfortable to wear, things become a bit complicated especially when you need to hit the bathroom. Wearing a one-piece outfit is practical until your bladder gets full and you feel that you need to take your outfit off to use the bathroom.

Now that you have new trendy rompers and jumpsuits in your closet, you, among many others, are probably wondering the most asked question in romper history, “How do you pee in rompers?”

If you’re planning a long night out with the girls or headed to a day-long music festival, you’ll need to take some precautions when deciding which of your favorite rompers to wear because let’s be real, the longer you’re out = more drinks = more bathroom visits. 

First, you must understand that you have to take your romper or jumpsuit off in order to use the bathroom comfortably. However, there are a few tips that can lessen the hassle of the whole process.

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Stay away from wearing belts

A belt is an excellent addition to your romper or jumpsuit because it defines your waistline. It’s the one piece of accessories that you need in order to attract attention to your curvy figure. If you have a straight-shaped body where your waistline doesn’t look that defined, then you need to add a thin belt to your romper or jumpsuit. A wider belt with accentuate your chest and make your bosom look bigger and more feminine.

It’s all fun and games until it’s time to pee in a romper. This is when you feel that you must take the whole outfit off and this can be a little bit inconvenient.

Less is more in this case especially when you reallyyyyy have to pee. The last thing you want to do is fumble around with belts and buckles when you just want to release. 

Some rompers and jumpsuits have ties which are easy to pull to undo, but please, please hold on to them for dear life so they don't take a dip in the toilet water. GROSS.

Wear styles with an elasticized waist

Not all rompers are the same, so you need to choose a style that you’re comfortable to wear for long periods. Even with a short romper, you won’t be able to push it to the side to pee. This is where picking a model with an elasticized waistline is more practical.

Rompers and jumpsuits with a stretchy waist are the most forgiving styles, especially when you decide to eat the whole dinner menu. #foodie4life An elasticized waist is the easiest on/off style to wear, just like a light switch. 

Look for low or side zippers

Let’s get practical, you won’t necessarily have someone to help you unzip your jumpsuit or romper when you’re heading to the bathroom. A side zipper or a low one is more user-friendly and easier to use so you can manage the trip on your own. This is how you can easily take it off and put it on after you’re done. It will also make your bathroom trip way shorter.

Avoid rompers and jumpsuits with a full length-zipper in the back. You don’t want to give yourself a wedgie by reaching all the way up and back just to get undressed. Choose a romper style that either has a zipper on the side of the outfit or one that starts from your lower back or bellybutton. Let’s try to avoid pulling a muscle here!

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Avoid sleeves

There are many models for rompers and jumpsuits, and you should think carefully before choosing a design to wear. Some styles look amazing, but they might not be that practical to wear, especially if you have to spend a long time away from home. Luckily, there are always comfortable designs that look and feel great, so you can spend quality time without worrying about anything.

Just like ties, unless you’re going to be extra, extra careful in holding them so they don’t make it’s way in the toilet or dirty floor, avoid wearing romper and jumpsuit styles with long sleeves. Instead, if it’s going to be chilly outside, opt for a cute and trendy sweater that you can easily hang behind the bathroom stall door. 

And yes, you’ll be naked when you do your business.

Go for straps and off shoulder designs. Whether you’re wearing a jumpsuit or a romper, these designs mean less fabric to worry about. Be careful when you’re taking off your outfit and do this slowly to avoid any embarrassing incidents.

But then there’re times when you really want to wear your super elegant jumpsuit. After all, a classic jumpsuit is a trendy outfit for dinner dates and even wedding parties if you choose the right style and fabric. When it’s time to pee in a jumpsuit, be extra careful especially if it has long sleeves. You don’t want the sleeves to touch the ground, or worse; fall into the toilet.

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  • Posted on by Cindy D.
    I wore a romper back in my twenties, I’m 46 now. And the feeling of being naked or with just your bra on while peeing was too much for me to bare :) I couldn’t even imagine doing that now at my age, I have to go pee a lot…..LOL. I do wish that it wasn’t so difficult because they are cute!
  • Posted on by Zanariah Othman
    Greatest info ever!!!

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