7 Sustainable Bodysuits For Every Occasion

Bodysuits reemerged with a vengeance from the lingerie aisle to the clothing lane either last year or the year before and they aren’t going anywhere. A reason for this might be because they are so practical if you want to have a tucked in look. I’ve honestly replaced several of my tees with bodysuits because it is such an easy- put together look. So I’ve put together a list of my favorite sustainable bodysuits that I’ve come across in my online searching.

The Velvet Bodysuit- This one is from Underprotection. It’s made from organic cotton and it’s certified by the Fair Wear Foundation. So you know it’s ethical and sustainable. This is a perfect bodysuit for a night out on the town or, because it’s velvet, it would work at any dressier occasion you need to take it too.


The turtleneck bodysuit. This one is from Mara Hoffman and made with a rayon blend of viscose, from sustainably harvested tree’s and recycled fabric.This is a great bodysuit for the winter months because it keeps you warm and cozy and the tie in the front makes it stand out from all the others.

Sadie Bodysuit


The trendy bodysuit. This one is from Cosabella, a company based in Miami with an ethical factory in Italy. Off the shoulder tops have been everywhere for the past year. I try to only get into trends that I will always like. I think off the shoulder tops are such a timeless silhouette.

This basic black bodysuit is from Silou. It’s made in the E.U. with non-toxic fabric sourced from Italy. I know you already have a basic black tee that is sometimes worn on repeat and sometimes in the back of your closet. This bodysuit is just like that black tee except it’s athletic material so you can wear it to work out and it’s perfect for that casual black tee tucked in look.


The Fruity Booty bodysuit is a two-for one type deal. It’s designed in London and made ethically in the E.U. This piece works for me as lingerie for a sexy night with your partner and it works as a going out top. Wear it in the summer with some shorts or throw a blazer over it and pair with jeans.

The cami bodysuit from Only Hearts is made with fair trade practices in NYC and it’s a women owned company which only makes it better. So camis. I have to admit I really don’t like cami tee’s. It’s why I pretty much stopped wearing anything really low cut. I didn’t like having to wear a cami underneath, and I didn’t like when the cami came up around my stomach. Honestly, that in a nutshell is why I like bodysuits so much. I dislike the look of tucked in, bunched up clothing.

The interesting Johanna Ortiz bodysuit. It’s made in Johanna’s hometown in Colombia where she works with female villagers to help better their lives. This bodysuit is colorful and fun. Basically it’s a way to stand out in a crowd without much effort.