3 Ways to Wear a White Bodysuit This Spring

You can’t go wrong with a white basic when transitioning your winter wardrobe into your springtime one. Here are three ways to wear a white bodysuit this spring. All the links in this post will bring you to the actual product if you’re interested in buying anything (sorry in advance)!

First thing’s first… the star of the show… the one and only versatile Wilfred Free Bodysuit:


“Casual”: AKA something you can wear with jeans. This look is perfect for the beautiful spring days that borderline on summer weather. Anyone else experience the hard transition period for your wardrobe? Is it going to be rainy, cold, hot…will I sweat if I step outside or run back for a parka? Typically, when I think “spring”, the Miss Rhode Island quote from Miss Congeniality comes to mind. You guys know the one. “Describe your perfect date”, to which Cheryl responds: “That’s a tough one. I’d have to say April 25th. Because it’s not too hot, not too cold, all you need is a light jacket.” Sometimes, not even that light jacket is required, though popping one over a casual look like this one is a great way to adjust for when the sun goes down. And don’t get me started on how much I love these H&M slides


I know, I know… bodysuits can only get so comfy. And by that I mean, they’re not often made for comfort at all. That’s why pairing the tighter bodysuit with loose fitting pants is a match made in heaven. I picked up these black tulip pants from M Boutique which complement the bodysuit perfectly. They come in a few different colours, and I had to stop myself from buying one of each. Slip on a few accessories with these basics and you’re good to go!

Low-Key Dressy

Of course you can absolutely dress this basic up for something more formal, but the most I would dress this bodysuit up in spring would be for a nice dinner date. You can wear this with some dark-wash jeans, black bottoms, or a skirt. Adding some heels and accessories can really change up the look. I’ve added a pair of black heels and a long white cardigan to make it a little dressier, but not formal.

And that’s a wrap! First outfit post done. What did you guys think of this feature? Let me know in the comments below your thoughts on the post or other ways you wear a white bodysuit in the spring. Reach out on any of my social media links and be sure to follow along for notifications on when content goes live on the blog. Happy shopping!


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10 thoughts on “3 Ways to Wear a White Bodysuit This Spring”

  1. Love the post and some proper ideas of wearing body suits! Should make a post touching upon VPL for summer outfits! And what to pair together or stray away from to hide those lines!

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      1. I just clicked the product link, didn’t realize the bodysuit was thong cut, already two steps ahead of me on the VPL post! LOL

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  2. Hey Éira!

    Love the bodysuit! I’ve personally never worn one but want to try it after seeing how cute it looks on you! Mind me asking what size you’re wearing? And how it fits? Would you go down or up a size? Or is it a perfect fit since bodysuits are final sale!

    Maybe mentioning your stats so people can feel out the size of products in case they love the one you showcase! Like height, weight, waist, etc? Just a thought obviously to help with getting the right fit on such a cute piece!

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    1. Jenn, thank you for the helpful feedback! I will be more mindful of including these details in future posts.

      Of course, as you mentioned, bodysuits are most likely a final sale item. I always recommend trying on in store. However, if you’re not in a position to try on in person, this one fits pretty true to size. I wear an XS, I’m about 5’1 – this is my normal size. If you didn’t want a super tight fit, I would recommend going up one size. It’s a material that is stretchy, but never loose; even if you go up on size it won’t look loose (which is what you’re going for with a bodysuit!).

      I love that these looks inspired you to try a bodysuit! I have to say, this piece is the perfect starter. You can create so many combos with this bodysuit, so I highly recommend this basic.

      I hope this was some help to you, thank you so much for reaching out 💕


      1. Well I went into the store today and bought a few pairs and am completely and utterly in love! 😍😍😍 I bought a white one, red one and a black one to get my bodysuit collection started! All so super cute! I have a few skirts I know it will go great with!!!! 🙂

        I’m 5’8 and went with a small and fit super snug and well! I have never seen the thong cuts before maybe that’s why I never bothered, always afraid of VPL that Laura mentioned above lol. Look forward to seeing more outfit posts especially! Also jumping on this band wagon for a VPL post! Maybe we can do a collab! Get some different perspectives on it!!! Obviously If you’re up for it! Don’t wanna over run your blog!

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      2. This is fantastic! I’m so happy you loved them as much as I do. They really are worth the money, and you can’t go wrong with any of the ones you selected.

        I would love to collaborate! After all, that’s what’s so fabulous about the blogging community 💕 Please feel free to reach out via email with your ideas. Let’s chat! xx


  3. Hey! Definitely need to do more outfit posts! I love this! I also agree with the ladies above, a VPL post is much needed! Even on my way to work this morning I saw this women in the cutest blouse and red pencil skirt and then BAM the dreaded panty lines 😦

    After the VPL post, you should do a gym attire post for all us ladies still trying to work on our summer bods mid summer or those who are maintaining them!

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