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Let's Talk Bodysuits: A Sleek, Staple Piece You Need In Your Wardrobe

We love, love, love a good bodysuit! It is a wardrobe staple that we highly recommend incorporating into your wardrobe. There are so many options for this piece from tanks to t-shirts, even long sleeve options and bodysuit blouses. The most versatile, classic style of bodysuit, and the one that probably comes to mind when you think of a bodysuit, is the fitted tank style in a neutral color.

Bodysuits allow for a clean, polished, balanced look seamlessly fitting with most any bottom option: jeans, trousers, shorts, etc. Traditional tanks and tops will tuck in with added coverage and material around your waistline.

Bodysuits tend to be more form fitting and a great way to show off your figure! If you don't love the sound of that you can always leverage layers (blazers, cardigans, jackets, etc.) to add coverage, opt for a bodysuit with sleeves, or find one less form fitting. Bodysuit inspo below ft. the bodysuit queen and creator of Skims bodysuits, a popular option.

Prept Picks:

Here are our top picks when it comes to bodysuits across price points and brands we love for this piece.


All of these options are double lined, great quality, comfortable, affordable (most <$30), contouring and just vary in style by neckline and color


Their Fits Everybody options are a go-to per quality, fit, comfort, and style options. They are in the $58-70 range.


Their Butter options are single lined, more thin, and pricier bodysuit option but super comfortable, silky, and sleek

Free People

Their Clean Lines and Keep it Sleek options are popular, double lined and a favorite. They also have some options with fun sleeves, neckline, and detail. Price point is ~$40 - 70 range.


Well known for their shapewear, Yummie has some great options for bodysuits <$70.


Also has some great, affordable neutral bodysuit options like this one!


Last but certainly not least...Amazon fashion finds definitely include some good bodysuits.

How to style a bodysuit:

Whether you're going for a casual, chic, or edgy look. Here are some ideas to help you style a bodysuit:

  1. Pair it with high-waisted bottoms: Bodysuits look great when paired with high-waisted jeans, skirts, or shorts. This combination accentuates your waist and creates a balanced silhouette. Tuck the bodysuit into the bottoms for a clean and streamlined look.

  2. Layer with jackets or blazers: Add a stylish layer to your bodysuit by pairing it with a tailored blazer or a trendy jacket. This instantly elevates your outfit and adds a touch of sophistication. You can choose a structured blazer for a more formal look or a leather jacket for a cool and edgy vibe.

  3. Create a monochromatic look: Opt for a bodysuit and bottoms in the same color to create a sleek and monochromatic outfit. This elongates your silhouette and looks effortlessly stylish. Experiment with different shades and textures within the same color family to add depth to your look.

  4. Play with different necklines: Bodysuits come in various necklines, such as plunging, scoop, square, or off-the-shoulder. Select a neckline that flatters your body shape and style preferences. For example, a plunging neckline can create a sexy and alluring look, while an off-the-shoulder neckline adds a touch of femininity.

  5. Dress it up with skirts: Pairing a bodysuit with a skirt is a versatile option that can be dressed up or down. For a dressier look, opt for a flowy midi or maxi skirt. For a more casual vibe, pair it with a denim skirt or a flared mini skirt. Experiment with different lengths and styles to find the perfect combination.

  6. Add statement accessories: Elevate your bodysuit outfit with statement accessories. Consider adding a wide belt to cinch your waist, statement earrings to frame your face, or a chunky necklace to draw attention. These accessories can add personality and make your outfit stand out.

  7. Experiment with layering: Get creative with layering to add visual interest to your bodysuit ensemble. For example, you can layer a sheer top or a lace bralette over the bodysuit for a trendy and textured look. Alternatively, you can layer a cardigan or a lightweight sweater over the bodysuit for a cozy and chic outfit.

Remember to consider the occasion and your personal style when styling a bodysuit. Play around with different combinations, and most importantly, find a style you LOVE TO WEAR, you feel 100% in, and wear it with confidence. To get personalized tips, picks, curated looks tailored to you from one of our style pros, book a session here or in our app!


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