I’ve never been a fan of the bodysuit growing up. It was such a big trend in the 90s that everyone I knew rocked one. It was the it thing, rock a bodysuit and baggy jeans or something. Nowadays, bodysuits have made a comeback and I’ve ignored it for so long thinking it was just as inconvenient then as it is now. The snaps at the bottom when you have to go to the bathroom just didn’t work for me. It’s weird that now that I’m pregnant, I’m getting into them.
It’s still somewhat inconvenient to snap the snaps down there, and especially when there’s a bump in your view but it’s not too bad. I’ve somewhat started to get into them slowly and have even worn them in a few outfits. The bodysuit is a good buy at $15 at H&M. It comes in a black and white which are good basic colours to have.
L to R:
| Bodysuit: H&M | Biker Shorts: H&M | Hat: Under Armour | Shoes: Nike | Sunnies: Aviators Rayban |
| Bodysuit: H&M | Pants: Abercrombie & Fitch | Shoes: BCBGeneration | Bag: Zara | Sunnies: Aviators Rayban |
| Bodysuit: H&M | Skirt: Abercrombie & Fitch | Sandals: Aldo | Sunnies: Wayfarer Rayban |
Bodysuits work because they allow me to wear a top without having to cinch it at the waist and also allow my bump to look smooth without the line of where one would normally tuck in a top under pants or a skirt.
Of course a disclaimer, I am earlier on in my pregnancy that my bump isn’t too big so my regular size bodysuit would still work. If you would want to rock it all the way into your last trimester, it would probably be best to size up just to make your bump more comfy. I’m unsure that i’d continue rocking it all the way through, but for now it’s a good piece to have in my wardrobe while in my first and second trimester, as well as after having the baby.