Bodysuits are Back in a Big way.
Some of them even have no back. But no matter how they come, there’s a lot to be said about a perfect bodysuit. I used to wear them a lot. And then I didn’t. Mostly because they fell out of fashion with the lowrise pant phase and it was hard to find a good one except for Wolford, who always carried them.
They’re the ideal layering piece. And as you can see, they’ve been around for a long while.
This bodysuit by Wolford means investing in the best. While a bit of a splurge, it’s the ultimate foundation piece when going for a seamless look.
Not only do they stay in place when tucked into high-waisted pants and skirts, but they’re also thin enough that they don’t add any unnecessary bulk. Under pretty blouses, the extra layer will keep you warm. You can also leave a few extra buttons undone.
And you want one with No VPL. That’s important.
BCBG’s Cato Floral Lace Bodysuit is a sleek lingerie-inspired bodysuit with intricate vintage details, and it shows the perfect flash of skin. The slimming striped mesh and plunging floral-lace neckline accented with scalloped trim accentuates your waist, while its chic long sleeves keep you cozy. Best of all, the bodysuit’s thong design is perfect for smooth layering (read: no unflattering VPL).
Madewell: This bodysuit version stays sleek under high-waisted jeans and you don’t have to worry about your T-shirt looking sloppy. Bonus: It also won’t ever ride up!
Good thing I never got rid of a few of mine – what goes around comes around!
How about you? Are you a fan or not?
3 thoughts on “Style: Bodysuit Revival”
Love bodysuits. They are back but don’t know why they ever left. 🤔 They go with everything. These are some really good picks!
I agree! They left for a very long time but like anything else of worth, they tend to come back over time.
I always wore body suits! Unbelievable adorned & sooo comfy! 🙋🏼
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