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Body-wear is super versatile and can be worn as underwear or outerwear. Certain styles lend themselves more to one than the other but most can be layered and styled in different ways to achieve the look you desire.
How To Style A Bodysuit?
• Bodysuit • meant to be worn as outerwear, look great with jeans for a casual look or teamed with a suit can look super smart. • Teddy • meant for wearing as an undergarment but can be cleverly layered to create a stylish, feminine look. A beautiful lace body teamed with trousers and elegant knitwear can look simply stunning. • Shaping or Forming Bodysuits • these are strictly meant to wear as underwear and probably not something you would show off. Designed to smooth and enhance your curves. Most shaping body-wear has invisible seams for a clean, seam free silhouette under an evening dress. • Camisoles • made from high stretch fabric, an item of dance-wear or active-wear meant to be worn with dance tights.<-strong> • Play-suits & Rompers • body-wear designed for sleeping in. Like pyjamas with shorts but an all in one suit.
Many sports people use body-wear as an insulation under their outdoor clothes. The close fitting garment is perfect for trapping in heat and keeping the sports person warm. For instance, if skiing or perhaps cycling, lots of warm layers may be needed. Body-wear is the perfect piece to wear.
Being elegant and able to emphasise the feminine form beautifully, bodysuits are an essential item in any woman's wardrobe. Dress them up or dress with jackets and skirts and down with slouchy knitwear, either way they are sure to be one of your favourite pieces and you’ll wonder how you ever managed without having several in your wardrobe.