We Wore: OP-ED Bodysuits
An automatic go-to for any night out is a bodysuit. The tight, elastic fit of a bodysuit makes you feel slim, supported, and downright sexy. I mean, who doesn’t want to wear something that sucks you in and lifts you up? Any item that can be worn without a bra is a win in my books.
But the beauty of this item is that it is so, so versatile. You can pair with shorts, skirts, jeans, pants, or essentially any other bottom! For looks ranging from professional to night out, they can all be achieved with this simple item.
jess wore: distressed jeans and sunglasses from asos, and heels from seychelles
Here we are both wearing the same black ballerina bodysuit but styling them in different ways for two 'night out' looks. Jessica wore a pair of high-waisted distressed black jeans and a pair of classic round toe heels. While I decided to go slightly more dressed up for my look and paired with a pair of white pants and a pointy toed pump.
OP-ED clothing, based out of Montreal, is making what they call “not so basic, basics”, which we would totally agree with. We first discovered OP-ED bodysuits while shopping at Ethereal Boutique, and instantly fell for their ultra soft bodysuits. The double lined body provides that extra support you look for in a bodysuit but it’s made with an ultra soft feel.
lauren wore: white pants from envy, sunglasses from winners, and pumps from marc fisher
On their website, OP-ED sells a variety of styles and sleeve lengths. We tried a few including their tees, tanks, and long sleeves and they have quickly become a staple in our wardrobes. Of course, we chose grey and black, which shouldn’t be a surprise if you’ve read our other fashion blogs.