Just 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.