Kim Kardashian has been known to start or bring bring a few trends.
The most notable, in my mind happen to be:
- the duster trench
- the midi skirts and dresses
- the bodysuit
Of the three, the most difficult to master happens to be the bodysuit.
Well, how do you pair a bodysuit and avoid those dreaded panty lines? And how to you make the new second-skin look as flawless as possible?
Here’s how to master the bodysuit:
THE T-SHIRT BODYSUIT
How much do you hate when your shirt bunches up under your skirt?
It just creates an unattractive and so unnecessary muffin top.
With that, the t-shirt bodysuit is extremely key.
Why? Because they keep shirts firmly in place under our bottoms. Duh! 🙂
THE BUTTLESS BODYSUIT
To avoid unforgiving panty lines all together, opt for a buttless…aka the perfect-fit thong bodysuit.
And when you actually do find the the perfect one, stock up!
Get them in black, nude and every other other you find yourself typically in.
Also make sure to get them in every neckline including:
- turtle neck
- long-sleeved scoop
THE BALLERINA BODYSUIT
This bodysuit is truly amazing because it instantly turns any outfit into a bold yet super flattering ensemble.
You can pair your ballerina bodysuit with your favorite ripped-to-shreds boyfriend jeans and you’ll quickly notice the elegant flair the bodysuit brings. 🙂
For the ballerina bodysuit, I highly suggest in investing in a reliable pair of pasties.
THE BEYONCÉ BODYSUIT
Remember the one-sleeved bod-Bey-suit?
Well it’s back and majorly trending. 🙂
If you happen to have one of these one-sleeved bodysuits, opt to wear it with an embellished skirt or your favorite skinnies.
THE GEOMETRIC CUT BODYSUIT
A bodysuit in a geometric cut or even a bustier top is a great excuse to throw on a sexy midi skirt or even a wide-leg trouser, if you’re trying to keep it classy.
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Romana Hai started blogging full-time in 2013 . Fashion Ambitions is more than a blog and more-or-less acts as a portfolio containing brands/collaborations and achievements. Although Romana was born and raised in New York, she currently resides in the Financial District of Boston, MA. Romana attended Penn State University and graduated in 2010 with two degrees: Economics from the Smeal College of Business and Telecommunications from the College of Communications. You can reach Romana at firstname.lastname@example.org.