Trends/ Wardrobe Tips/ Winter/ Fashion / 22 Jan, 2019

How to Style Bodysuits in the Winter


fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a missguided white trench coat and a givenchy bagJust because the warm weather has disappeared for the season doesn’t mean your love for a good bodysuit has to. It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of these flattering, instant-cool pieces that are both easy to layer and fun to wear for a streamlined silhouette. I love having the convenience of a one-piece that can’t get accidentally untucked, which makes a solid foundation that looks great on its own or paired under warmer layers. From hanging out with friends in a classic long-sleeved black bodysuit and pair of jeans to celebrating nights out in a head-turning statement top, there are so many ways to wear this versatile piece. Below, I’m sharing a few of my favorite tips on how to style bodysuits in the winter.

minnesota fashion blogger wearing ripped jeans and a bodysuit

Textured Bodysuit

In the summertime, I love nude and strapless bodysuits, but winter is the perfect time to try a bodysuit in fabrications you wouldn’t normally wear during the warmer seasons. A trend I’ll never get tired of from the holidays into the colder days of February is velvet, lace, sequins. Pairing a jewel-toned bodysuit in one of these fabrications with a skirt will up the luxe factor of a cozy night out look during winter.


fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing grlfrnd denim and a white gucci bag

Basic Bodysuit

If you’re keeping it more casual – or want a look for daytime, check out all the ribbed knit, lace-up or henley options that are so on-trend this season. I love pairing mine with high-waisted jeans, which gives it that ultra simple, effortless feel that bodysuits were really made for.

fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a white coat from missguided and a givenchy antigona bag from nordstrom in new york city

Turtleneck Bodysuit

Bodysuits already look crisp and put-together, and the winter months offer you a whole new level of sophistication with long sleeves, turtlenecks. This is the perfect opportunity to layer your bodysuit for the office with a tweed jacket or blazer. However, if you just need something quick to keep you warm and chic while running errands, throw a chunky-knit cardigan over a turtleneck bodysuit for a relaxed outfit that won’t bunch up.

fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing white pants from revolve and manolo blahnik heels

Pair with Statement Pants or Skirt

With bodysuits, it’s so easy to just default to your favorite pair of jeans for a quick, ready-to go look, but don’t forget that there are other options like a leather mini skirt with tights or statement pants to add some drama to your look. One reason why I love bodysuits so much is their flattering and figure-hugging profile on top, which makes it safe to play with different bottoms and silhouettes that will elevate your look and turn heads.

xo, Maria

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