The romper has had an interesting (and busy) past few years in the fashion world. Personally, as an almost 6-foot tall woman, finding a romper that works with my long torso and legs has rarely worked out, but in theory, I love them. They're literally exactly what babies wear, but styled fashionably for adult women. Comfort has never been cooler. Rompers have had a few stand-out style moments in the past years, but most memorable, maybe? Taylor Swift in her Mary Katrantzou romper at the 2014 VMAs. It's pretty hard to forget about that one, mostly because a lot of critics said that Swift got the romper look very, very wrong here. But, fear not, jumpsuit lovers, the Mary Katrantzou romper is about to be redeemed. Becki Newton rocked a similar Mary Katrantzou romper (though in red) at the FOX Winter TCA All-Star party and looked pretty definitively amazing.
The romper looks almost identical to Swift's VMA's number, but is slightly different in that the fit is much, much better. The length of the shorts is longer and in general, the jumper isn't nearly as tight as Taylor's look. Let's just be honest: It looks more like a romper and less like a leotard. This isn't to knock T-Swizzle, really; the woman can do whatever she wants and still be totally fabulous, that much is clear. However, one question remains: Who wore it better?
I'll let you all decide for yourselves here in terms of which look wins, but personally? I think the answer is very, very obvious.