Find a versatile white bodysuit perfect for your every getaway this summer.
We know what your summer capsule wardrobe is missing: a white bodysuit.
Bodysuits are one of the most versatile garments you can own, easy to dress up with a sleek maxi skirt or down with your favorite jeans.
No matter your style and summer plans, you’re sure to wear these white bodysuits on repeat all summer and into the fall.
To the untrained eye, they look just like a regular blouse, but you never have to worry about a bodysuit coming untucked or looking sloppy.
Why you need one
They’re easy to wear, effortless, and look great, making them the perfect summer wardrobe addition.
And in white, the fashion color of the summer, you’re sure to pack at least one on your upcoming relaxing getaway.
Get inspired for your next summer outfit with our 18 favorite white bodysuits and styling tips, including camis and tanks with textured fabric, ruffles, and lace.
OUR TOP PICKS
This lace trim white bodysuit is dainty and form-fitting. It’s sensual when worn alone, and can be combined with any outfit to add feminine flair.
Styling tip: For a bold look that takes inspiration from bohemian Coachella style, try pairing this white bodysuit with something less expected, like a sheer crochet dress, ensuring the lace details are still noticeable.
Product Highlights: Lace trim, spaghetti straps
A white polo bodysuit is perfect for summer sporting events. This one from Abercrombie is made with super comfortable, smooth 95% cotton fabric.
Styling tip: Lean into the preppy vibe and pair this white polo bodysuit with your best pleated skirt.
Product Highlights: Sleeveless, polo button-up collar
This white bodysuit features alluring fishnet lace insets that will pop no matter how you wear it. Smocking at the back ensures a comfortable fit around the bust.
Styling tip: Live your summer cottage fantasy by styling this lace bodysuit with long, romantic floral printed pants. Top it off with a chunky cardigan during a chilly summer night.
Product Highlights: Lace insets, adjustable straps
If you are looking for a simple but sweet white bodysuit, you’ve found it. Pair it with any number of summertime outfits, or to your bachelorette party!
Styling tip: This feminine bodysuit needs a playful skirt to match. Try a classic polished bouclé-tweed skort or twirl the night away with a fun flirty tulle skirt, like this chic (and affordable!) color-blocked number.
Product Highlights: Ruffled tank straps, thong bottom
Rave reviews indicate that you’ll want this bodysuit in every color. (Of course, we love the white bodysuit the best!) The faux corset design is comfortable and sexy.
Product Highlights: Sweetheart neckline, adjustable straps
If you’re looking for the perfect white satin camisole, consider this bodysuit instead. You’ll never have to worry about tucking it in, and it achieves that streamlined minimalist look.
Styling tip: Opt for a midi skirt and a lightweight blazer with this camisole bodysuit for your new summer work uniform.
Product Highlights: Cowl neck, spaghetti straps
You’ll be reaching for a super cute white floral bodysuit like this all summer long for a sweet and flirty look. Because the legs are quite high cut, you’ll want to wear it with a pair of high waisted bottoms.
Styling tip: Go for the 90s summer vibes with a pair of Levi’s high rise cutoff denim shorts and your coolest dad sneakers.
Product Highlights: Square neckline, high-cut legs
This white bodysuit features a timeless snakeskin pattern, great to wear in any season. You will love the comfortable, soft fabric.
Styling tip: Embrace the laid-back vibes and use them as an excuse to bring out your best athleisure with a pair of sweat shorts.
Product Highlights: Bottom snap button closure, tank straps
This “Aria” bodysuit is highly recommended by buyers who love its flattering fit. The top is structured enough that you can even go braless.
Styling tip: Balance this structured bodysuit with a soft, flowing printed sarong skirt for the ultimate effortless chic look.
Product Highlights: Sweetheart neckline, ribbed fabric
Go for a sporty look with this white polo bodysuit from Lisa Marie Fernandez based on 1970s tennis styles for a totally retro vibe.
Styling tip: For our vintage lovers, try this 70s style bodysuit with wide-leg linen pants, like this pair from & Other Stories or Zimmermann.
Product Highlights: Polo collar, deep V-neckline
It is undeniably chic with its twisted halter neckline and cut out detail at the decolletage.
Styling tip: You can truly wear it with anything, from a classic pair of trousers to a flirty mini skirt. We can already see this at your next girls’ night out.
Product Highlights: Halter neckline, cutout
Customers love how this bodysuit from Everlane is double-lined to ensure it isn’t see-through. Such a casual style can easily be dressed up for special occasions!
Styling tip: Replace your go-to white t-shirt with this bodysuit and style as usual so you never have to re-tuck your shirt in again.
Product Highlights: Short sleeves, crew neck
This white thong bodysuit from H&M is effortlessly elegant. The soft fabric is thick and double-lined to give you the fit and security you need.
Styling tip: Take this bodysuit from day to night with a pair of cropped corduroy pants, like this timeless tapered pair by Whistles, and statement Gucci loafers.
Product Highlights: Sleeveless, plunge back
This mesh bodysuit from Skims will hug your body in all the right places.
Styling tip: Embrace the sheer and go bold with a bralette top. Or leave a little to the imagination and layer up with an open blouse or blazer.
Product Highlights: Wide scoop neckline, thong back
This glamorous off-the-shoulder white bodysuit from Fleur Du Mal is sure to be memorable. We love the crossover straps and a keyhole detail. It’s complete with a thong bottom and snap closure.
Styling tip: Wear this glamorous bodysuit at your next formal event with a pair of sophisticated dress pants (for extra style points, pick a pair with a pop of color!) for a look that balances feminine and masculine elements.
Product Highlights: Off-the-shoulder fit, keyhole detail
Sexy side cut outs aren’t only for swimwear! Bring this alluring trend into your daily wardrobe with this bodysuit that features a flattering halter neck.
Styling tip: Contrast this more revealing bodysuit (but in the best way!) with a pair of looser camo pants, or jogger pants for a killer streetwear inspired look.
Product Highlights: Side cutouts, halter neckline
Barely anything can offer a more flattering fit than a ruched white bodysuit like this one from Zara. Everything about it screams “summer”—including the spaghetti straps.
Styling tip: Take in all the warm weather by styling this bodysuit with summer style staples, bermuda shorts and Birkenstocks.
Product Highlights: Ruched detail, v-neck
Try something unexpected like this white bodysuit from Revolve, featuring a modern cut-away halter neck. It’s that “special something” you’ve been looking to pack for your upcoming girls’ trip.
Styling tip: Paired with dark wash wide leg jeans, you’ll achieve that sought-after model-off-duty look.
Product Highlights: Cut-away halter neck, thong back
A white bodysuit can be worn with just about everything, including any color!
Wear it with bright, vibrant colors for a tropical summer vibe—or with beige, grey, or black for a chic monochromatic look.
What is the point of a bodysuit?
The beauty of bodysuits is that they solve the problem of the endless tucking and re-tucking and uncomfortable bunching that comes along with tucking a regular shirt into bottoms.
Both practical and fashionable, they’re also the perfect foundation for any outfit.
Bodysuits make layering easy, offering a seamless and effortless look simply by throwing on a blazer or sweater overtop.
Is it better to size up or down in bodysuits?
A properly fitted bodysuit should comfortably hug your body everywhere. Go with your usual size, even though it needs to be fitted to do its job, ordering a size too small results in painful pinching.
But if you’re in-between sizes, we recommend sizing up to avoid the pain of a too-tight suit.
Always check the sizing chart, reviews, and materials, because, after all, measure twice, order once!
When did bodysuits become a thing?
Bodysuits have always been around and are deeply rooted in sports and dance history, ever since the second half of the 19th century when they were invented by French gymnast Jules Leotard.
Adopted by ballet dancers in the early 20th century and they eventually trickled into fashion in the 1940s.
But the bodysuit craze we know and love began in the 70s and 80s (hello Jane Fonda!) with the advances in textile technology with the invention of nylon and spandex.
How do people go to the bathroom in a bodysuit?
You’re not alone in wondering this! Many bodysuits are made with snaps at the crotch to make bathroom breaks easy and worry-free.
The other closure-free suits tend to be a bit trickier. Either double-check that your door is locked and peel off your suit, or opt for the push-to-the-side move.
Do bodysuits make you look thinner?
Similar to its cousin, shapewear, just due to the nature of bodysuits, they are typically made of spandex or Lycra which offer good control and a smoothing look.
But not all bodysuits shape your figure in the same way and not all styles are as forgiving.
If you’re looking for a suit that will also make you look thinner, opt for ASTR The Label’s ribbed “Aria” bodysuit above.
Can you wear a bodysuit instead of a bra?
Short answer, definitely! It all depends on your comfort level. Bodysuits are made for convenience and offer support and coverage, so feel free to skip your bra.
But if your suit is looser or you want extra support and coverage, opt for your best smoothing t-shirt bra or strapless bra.
Why do we recommend a white bodysuit?
At Viva Cabana, we specialize in finding the best vacation staples to wear on your vacation.
That’s why we love white bodysuits for this summer: they can be casual or formal, and easily combined to make countless outfits.
Pack light and still look great!
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