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How to Feel Confident in a Full Bodysuit

A full bodysuit, also known as a catsuit, is perhaps one of the most daring outfits you can wear. What once was very popular in the 70s and 80s is making a comback now and they can be quite trendy. This skin-tight garment, which covers the torso, legs, and sometimes the arms, can be extremely flattering and sexy, but at the same time, it can highlight your insecurities due to its revealing nature.

So, how can you wear a full bodysuit and feel confident and change your perception about your figure? Many women think that they could never wear a full bodysuit, but with the right outfit, anyone can look amazing. How you wear it and which one you choose makes all the difference. Whether you’re hoping to wear your bodysuit on a night out or dress up as Catwoman this Halloween, here’s how you can feel confident in a full bodysuit.

A T shirt style body suit look great under Jeans ( photo courtesy of Skims )
A T shirt style body suit look great under Jeans ( photo courtesy of Skims )

Choose the right style

A full body suit can come in many different styles. For example, you can find full bodysuits that can be used as underwear, shapewear, lingerie, costumes, and outfits for evenings and going out. If you want to feel confident in your full bodysuit, it’s important that you wear the right bodysuit for the occasion as you don’t want to feel out of place. Wearing a revealing catsuit that’s meant for the bedroom at a party could make you feel very self-conscious!

Choose the right fabric

Often, the fabric of your full bodysuit has a lot to do with its style. For instance, a full bodysuit with a mesh material will most likely be used for underwear or shapewear rather than a full outfit. A bodysuit made from PVC could be a Halloween costume or an outfit for the bedroom. You’ll find it easier to wear a full bodysuit made from more ‘normal’ materials as a party outfit. Additionally, you need to find a fabric that flatters your figure and isn’t too uncomfortable if you want to feel more confident, so make sure you always take the fabric into account.

Wear seamless underwear

If you’re wearing a full bodysuit as an outfit, then you’ll feel much more confident if you can achieve a smooth silhouette and avoid lumps, bumps, and strange lines from your underwear. This is why it’s important to always wear seamless underwear that doesn’t give you a visible panty line (VPL) when you’re wearing a full bodysuit. Knowing that your underwear isn’t visible and your outfit looks smooth and seamless will help you look and feel your best.

Fake it till you make it

Wearing a full bodysuit can be pretty daunting, so it’s no surprise that many people feel like they would never be confident enough to wear one. However, to feel confident, sometimes you just need to fake it till you make it and assume an air of confidence until you actually start to feel it. To do this, remind yourself that you look amazing and tell yourself that you don’t care what other people think!

Overall, wearing a full bodysuit well is all about finding the most flattering and comfortable outfit for your body and always carrying yourself with confidence, even if that confidence isn’t completely real at first. Over time, you’ll start to feel genuinely confident in your bodysuit, which will make you look even better!

Choose the right style!

Wear a style thats right for you be it high neck or scoop neck. You can even get bodysuits in skin colour. Try one of these ways of wearing a bodysuit;

  • Wear tuck in to a pair of jeans
  • Wear underneath a long shirt
  • Style it with a mini skirt and a trendy biker jacket
  • Try a maxi skirt with your bodysuit for clean lines
  • A pencil skirt looks great with a bodysuit and hi lights your curves
  • Grab a bright contrasting bodysuit and pop it on under a two piece suit
  • Be daring wear a bodysuit on its own!
  • Assecorize a bodysuit with a bum bag ( fannypack ) or even a wide belt


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