When the mercury rises, it's important to have an effortless sense of style that keeps you cool and looking hot. And there's nothing more simple, yet chic than a romper. Also known as a playsuit, this one piece is an easy garment to slip in to. The onesie may seem a bit youthful, but the right romper at the right time can do no wrong. Check out six rompers that work for grown fashionistas of all sizes and everything is under $100. 

For the Sweet and Sassy

River Island Polka Dot Cut Out Playsuit ($50, riverisland.com)

The polka dots are fun and the cut out detail at the neckline adds a grown woman feel. A youthful look like this benefits from sky high wedges and a thin belt to break up the pattern.

For the Edgy Diva

Zara Faux Leather V-Neck Playsuit ($30, zara.com)

Wearing breathable leather in the warmer months is a hot trend right now and Zara's v-neck romper stays on trend at a price anyone can afford. A few gold accents and a colorful, lightweight blazer make this perfect for a night out with the girls or your guy.

For the Worker Bee

Topshop Pleat Front Playsuit ($92, topshop.com)

This isn't your basic, lazy Saturday romper. With figure flattering front pleats and billowy sleeves, it's chic enough for some office environments and dressier affairs.

For the Petite Lady

Mossimo Spaghetti Strap Ruffle Romper ($25, target.com)

Great for pint sized ladies, the ruffle top adds volume to the bust line. Throw on accessories like an oversized straw hat or cat eye glasses to take this printed confection from playful to glam.

For the Curvy Woman

New Look Inspire V-Front and Back Romper ($46, asos.com)

The v-neck compliments a fuller bust while the adjustable gold belt defines the waist. The bold hued one piece works well for multiple occasions, from a beachside wedding to an outdoor music festival.

For Every Woman

Gap Embroidered Chambray Romper ($31, gap.com)

Denim is such a classic material so you can wear this Gap romper for years to come and it's available in sizes XS to XXL. Though it's a fairly plain garment, that makes it perfect for jazzing it up or playing it down with accessories, depending on the occasion.

-Patrice J. Williams

Patrice J. Williams is a NYC-based writer and budget style expert behind Looking Fly on a Dime.  She dishes on fashionable, affordable solutions for those who want to look their best without maxing out their budget. Her motto is your style is never determined by your wallet. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram for daily fashion updates.