This is your complete guide for wearing Bodysuits. Read on!
A bodysuit is a one piece fitting garment. It resembles a one-piece swimsuit and has taken the fashion industry by a storm in the west. It’s true that not everyone can carry a bodysuit. You need a particular body type for the bodysuit to look good. But experimenting is always good. It is very important that you choose a bodysuit as per your body type. For example, if you have slender shoulders, you can flaunt an off shoulder bodysuit with a statement neckpiece. For beginners, we recommend solid coloured plain bodysuits. Once you get comfortable, sky is the limit for styling…
Wear a sheer bodysuit and layer it with a kaftan for a boho look. Accessorize with tassel earrings and charm bracelets. If the neckline of the bodysuit is deep, you can cover it up with a scarf. Team up a graphic print bodysuit with jeans, shorts or with overalls. It is a cool and stylish way to replace boring old t-shirts and shirts.
Although bodysuits are perfect for sunny breezy days, you can also style them in various ways during sweater weather. Layering a bodysuit with a blazer, denim jacket or a cardigan with muffler would be a great idea.
Celebs in the west are in love with bodysuits and style them in so many ways. It is time we take tips from the ones who excel at it. Perfect for casual styling, you can team them with shorts and shrug for a music concert, or with high waist pants, blazer and heels for a client meeting.
Complete Guide for wearing Bodysuits
Here are the 5 ways to style a bodysuit
- Bodysuit with jeans
Give your vacation wear a generous sprinkling of glam! Wear a bodysuit with narrow fit denims for a sleek stylish look. For a more laidback and casual look pair a bodysuit with boyfriend jeans and slip-ons or sneakers.
Highlight the look with make-up and dainty silver accessories. Curl your hair and add a hair accessory – a head chain, cute headband or a floral tiara and you’ll be good to go.
- Bodysuit with skirts
Bodysuits and skirts are a match made in heaven. The combination looks so elegant and feminine. You could wear a pencil skirt with a bodysuit for a formal event or a corporate meeting. A short skirt with bodysuit and boots would be perfect for a movie date or shopping at the mall.
And last but not the least are the much in vogue – maxi skirts. Wear the vivacious combination of a maxi skirt and bodysuit for a brunch, coffee date with friends and even for a semi-formal office event.
Enhance the feel with natural dewy make-up and tribal accessories. Flat sandals and a fringe bag will go best with this look.
- Bodysuit with pants
A lot of you lovelies want to experiment with your formal wear, but somehow feel that the options are limited. Well ladies, with fashion and styling there are no limits at all. Pants are a must have in the formal wear wardrobe. But why stick to those, just those tops and shirts when you can play around with pretty bodysuits.
Stick to basic colors that can be styled with different styles of pants – narrow fit, culottes, palazzos, and high waist pants. We suggest that for a formal look stay away from printed or graphic bodysuits.
Brogues or ballerina flats would be the best footwear to compliment this look. Don’t overdo the make-up and accessories. A clean simple hair style would fetch brownie points.
- Bodysuit with capes
Capes are an amazing way to add drama to your outfit. The flowy material and design itself is so alluring, that they make a supreme fashion statement. The best thing is that capes can be dressed up or worn casually. They are so comfy and perfect for summers. Pair a lace bodysuit with a printed cape and shorts and you’ll be ready to roll. Gladiator sandals, feather earrings and long chain would look very good with the outfit.
For a more formal affair pair a bodysuit with a cape, heels and a clutch. You can carry this look for an awards night, reception function or for a special dinner date with bae.
- Bodysuit with shorts
A wardrobe essential for summers, bodysuits paired with shorts is the ultimate style statement. Carry this look for a casual day out with friends, on a vacation or for a movie outing.
You can wear the bodysuit with a linen shirt and knot it for a tomboyish effect, or with a floral shrug. Accessorize with bangles, indo-western earrings, jhumkis maybe, and tie-up sandals. Carry a big boho tote. Style your hair in beachy waves or a fishtail braid.
Remember to get the right size of the bodysuit. Too tight and you’ll not be able to breathe and entire look will be spoilt if it is too loose.
Let us know if you are excited to include this amazing fashion statement in your wardrobe and which of these looks is your favorite.
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