5 Ways to Style a Comfortable Bodysuit
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1. The Sleeveless Unbodysuit + The Fair Legging + Button-up + Tall boots
We love pairing The Sleeveless Unbodysuit with our luxuriously soft and equally comfortable rayon bamboo Fair Legging. An oversized button-up shirt provides extra coverage in the front and back, while tall brown boots create contrast that balances out the proportions of this ultimate weekend look. Throwing your hair up in a messy bun or ponytail is optional, but we think it adds to the effortlessness of this outfit! Styling tip: rolling up the sleeves of your shirt is not only a practical way to ensure they don’t get dirty, but also adds an element of interest to the silhouette.
2. The Unbodysuit + The Unmoto Jacket + Denim + Booties
If you know us, you know we never miss an opportunity to throw together a good outfit, even if it’s just for running errands! Whether you opt for the sleeveless or ¾ sleeve, The Unbodysuit tucks beautifully into a pair of mid or high-rise jeans. The Unmoto Jacket also makes a great layering piece, and adds both texture and colour dimension to this outfit. We suggest accessorizing with a matching belt, and booties for an effortlessly put-together look.
3. The Sleeveless Unbodysuit + The Fair Micro-Waffle Jogger + The Recycled Cotton Beanie
Comfy meets cozy when the Sleeveless Unbodysuit, Fair Micro-Waffle Jogger and Recycled Cotton Beanie are paired together. The loose fit and high rise of the jogger pants are ideal for pairing with the modal fabric Unbodysuit, in order to counterbalance the fitted top. We love this combination for lounging at home, watching Netflix or practicing yoga. Throwing on a pair of white sneakers and a denim jacket will give you a sporty-chic outfit that’s ideal for walking your dog or running out for a coffee.
4.The Unbodysuit + Comfy Puff Sleeve Cardigan + Denim
The Unbodysuit is the perfect base layer and allows our Comfy Puff Sleeve Cardigan to take centre-stage with this outfit. Ideal for working from home or cozying up on the couch for a virtual call with your girlfriends, this may quickly become your new go-to everyday outfit. The scooped neck of The Unbodysuit is flattering on many different body types, and is great for creating the illusion of an elongated torso while drawing attention to the face and collarbone. Need a quick change into something slightly dressier? Replace the cardigan with a structured blazer, (or better yet, the Unblazer) for a sophisticated, yet just as comfortable ensemble.
5. The Unbodysuit + The All-Day Wide Leg Pant
If you’re looking to keep things simple and want an outfit that can be put together in a flash, consider pairing the ¾ sleeve Unbodysuit with a pair of wide legged pants. The fitted Unbodysuit on top is balanced nicely by the wider proportions of the pant, no bells and whistles required. Whether you opt for a high or mid rise pant, the length of The Unbodysuit will ensure it stays tucked in all day long. Consider this your fail-safe (and work appropriate) option for days that you snooze the alarm a few too many times and can’t afford to spend time putting together a look with more than two elements. Styling tip: A necklace or your favourite pair of earrings will add just a touch of colour or shimmer, if you’re looking to brighten things up a bit.
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The top looks good but I am a little confused as to what the bottom looks like. I too was hoping to see how creative the bottom would look soooooo I’m not sure I can comment positively as it looks like the fair top tucked in.
At last, a fitted body, scoop neck and 3/4 sleeves: actually flattering (unlike “relaxed”/oversize and crew necks, ugh). But otherwise, I’m SO sorry to hear you’ve decided AGAINST the bodysuit: I have been hoping you would come out with one, and I would have been right there in line for it. These outfit ideas don’t actually show all of the new top you’ve made, so it isn’t clear what the bottom is actually like or how it can be fitted yet accommodate different hip widths without riding up. How it will stay not merely tucked into the bottoms but keep a smooth profile — without puling out or bunching along the back/sides with body movement — is a mystery…
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