Bodysuits are, arguably, the greatest fashion trend we’ve seen since 2010. (And they’re inarguably our favorite trend of the last decade.) They’re simultaneously stylish, comfortable, and convenient – plus, they’re versatile.
The only problem: Shopping for bodysuits can a serious challenge. They come in standard sizes – small, medium, and large – but don’t always take into account other differences. People with long torsos need longer bodysuits; people with small busts and wide hips need something that somehow fits both dimensions at once; and so on.
Plus, don’t even get us started on the panty-line situation.
But our passion for bodysuits is endless – so endless, in fact, that we’ve pulled some of our favorite bodysuit styles from far and wide and compiled them into a helpful size guide for you to peruse.
Tall & Slim: Long Sleeves
Vertical lines might be lengthening, but that’s no reason to shy away from long-sleeve looks. They’ll further accentuate your already elegant figure.
Petite: Thigh High
Even with a conservative neckline, a bodysuit becomes super sexy when you expose just a little skin here and there.
Credit: Free People
Small Bust: Dramatic Silhouettes
A smaller bust is a great excuse to shop drape-y silhouettes, like this stunning shiny cami. (We recommend going braless, but you do you.)
Credit: Fashion Nova
Athletic: Creative Shapes
If your athletic build looks super cute in sweats and hoodies, why not embrace it? Plus, a hoodie at the club sounds super comfy.
Credit: Free People
Hourglass: Clever Cutouts
If you’ve already got a cinched waist, why not show it off? A belt or structured waistline will define the smallest part of your figure, highlighting your beautiful curves.
Credit: Pretty Little Thing
Pear Shape: Daring Details
Take advantage of your smaller bust and wear a daring plunge neckline. And don’t get us started on those billowy sleeves.
Big Bust: Fun With Necklines
If you want to show off some cleavage but don’t want to go overboard, this lace-up neckline is just the thing you’re after.