It’s time to style some bodysuits. We’re in the last few weeks to wear jeans before we’re officially into summer and those babies get put away until fall, so I figured this is the perfect opportunity to play with bodysuits and jeans. Lately the weather up here has actually been cold! Like jacket and pants cold. We’re talking high 50s. Brrrrrr. Not summery at all but never fear, here are two outfit featuring bodysuits that are straight FIRE. We have the cool-girl look with a lace-up bodysuit and a nighttime appropriate look with a lace bodysuit.
While I’m here let’s discuss a question I got about bodysuits. Camel-toe? I haven’t had this problem with bodysuits but I’ve heard from others who have experienced annoying crotch issues with this style. There are a lot of cheap bodysuits out there. Many are surprisingly good, tight in the right places, no suffocating your nether regions, but there are some that are too cheap and poor quality. A good bodysuit is supposed to be tight on the body and anchored at the crotch by snaps or buttons which lay fairly flat (no creepin’). If you’re having problems with camel toe, it might be time to upgrade your bodysuit to something with higher quality fabric and/or a better fit. Maybe snaps instead of a pull on? Adjust accordingly and see if it’s just that particular bodysuit.
Wanna know what all the cool girls are wearing? This. Lace-up bodysuits, jeans that look like they’re from the ’90s, and Adidas. There you go. It’s that simple. My job here is done, right? Well, how about some accessories to round out the outfit. A backpack, because you’re on the go. And rings. That’s pretty much all you need because this outfit is super simple. Just switch your ’90s style cropped jeans to cut-offs and this outfit becomes summer ready.
What is more “sexy date night” than a lace bodysuit? Paired with high-waisted jeans and simple ankle strap heels. All you need is a cocktail in-hand. A lace bodysuit instead of a lace camisole works because you’re able to accentuate the high waist of the jeans. You don’t have the hem of your shirt covering anything up or awkwardly tucked in. And you don’t have to worry about adjusting your jeans all night to make sure you’re not exposing any back or backside. Just classiness. The trench ups the classy factor and gives you a little boss-lady edge. Go for a lightweight, soft version for spring and summer evenings, with a box clutch and some delicate jewelry.
– Julia of Style and Cheek