Bodysuits never get quite enough credit if you ask Us, but we can understand why. The thing is, most of the time when someone’s wearing a bodysuit, you can’t actually tell. It just looks like they’re wearing a fitted top. It’s hard to understand how great bodysuits can be when you don’t even realize you’re seeing them. Instead, you buy regular tops and have to deal with them riding up, bunching, blousing out…you know the deal.
Luckily, our queen of fashion inspiration, Kristin Cavallari, is showing us all the way. She recently took a mirror selfie for her Instagram Story wearing a bodysuit of her own with light-wash jeans, black booties and her signature golden jewelry, mostly from her Uncommon James line. The issue? Her bodysuit costs $150. The solution? A practically identical one from Amazon!
This bodysuit seriously looks the same as KC’s. They both have a round neckline, long sleeves, a fitted silhouette and a snap button bottom closure. The most notable difference, of course, is that the MANGOPOP version costs 88% less, coming in at under $20. It’s a pretty easy choice for Us! And if you want to try what Cavallari calls the “best jeans in the game” to go with it, you can find her exact L’agence jeans here.
This MANGOPOP bodysuit is made of 95% cotton, so it’s soft and breathable, and it has 5% spandex for stretch — a must for a bodysuit like this. Its size range goes from X-Small to XX-Large, and its color and pattern range is major. Of course, the A02 Black version is going to help you channel Cavallari’s look, but there are other colors, plus floral, leopard and tie-dye versions, to name a few. There are short-sleeve variations too!
Just one of these bodysuits can bring so much versatility to your wardrobe. Go for Cavallari’s approach with a pair of ripped jeans and booties, or try wearing it under some overalls. So much less annoying than having to constantly adjust a T-shirt underneath.
You could dress one up too with no problem, perhaps with a faux-leather mini skirt, a pleated midi skirt or even a beachy maxi skirt. We’d love to see one with some paperbag-waist trousers too, maybe with strappy sandals or white canvas sneakers. The possibilities are overflowing!