Rompers are back in a big way. And why wouldn't they be? A no-fuss ready-to-go outfit, with a flattering waistline and a hem you don't have to worry about blowing up at the slightest breeze.

They're good for beach days, boozy lunches, and nights out. Amal Clooney rocked a fancy belted romper at her husband George's birthday celebration just the other night. I had this in-depth discussion with my friend over the conundrum of whether I could even pull off a fancy romper at a wedding:

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1) Fit the Dress Code

If an event says black tie, don't go with your breezy cotton beach romper. Find one with a more rigid fabric that adds structure to your figure, a classy print, potentially ruffles, then dress it up with heels and loud (or classic) jewelry.

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2) Plan for Cooler Temps

Since rompers are short by definition, you may need to prep for breezy summer nights. On cooler evenings, pick out a long-sleeved romper that will prepare you for an unexpected chill, and provide for a laid back, rolled-up sleeves look if the suns stays hot. Once autumn hits, you could even rock the tights-and-romper with booties look. Get it, girl.

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3) Accessorize like a boss

Choice of accessories can make or break your decision to wear a romper. A relaxed-fit pattern or floral romper could be dressed up with cute flats, a side bun and a handful of bangles, or go the casual route with cool kicks, relaxed beachy curls, and a jean jacket. A little creativity with jewelry, variation of makeup application and switched-up footwear can go a long way for romper versatility.

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4) Plan for Bathroom Relief

No matter what event you're attending, if you need fast exits to the toilet a romper is not a good fit. Unless you master the pull-to-the-side move (swimmers, you know what I'm talking about), best stick with an easy-access dress.

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5) Is it a funeral?

Then don't wear a romper. They're just too fun, and funerals are not an occasion for upbeat, quirky fashion choices. Sorry for your loss.