The tuxedo bodysuit, an "It" piece by ERESFriday 9 December 2016
Between elegance and mystery, Eres beautifies the bodysuit for its Autumn-Winter 2016/2017 lingerie collection. It boldly becomes a stand-alone ready-to-wear piece, with glimpses of sophisticated lace peeking from beneath both formal outfits and more casual clothing. Let's take a look at the tuxedo bodysuit.
This bodysuit with its graphic lines is inspired by the legendary women's tuxedo. A symbol of emancipation, it was worn by such famous and inspiring women as Marlène Dietrich, Charlotte Rampling and Catherine Deneuve.
Eres has interpreted the tux with this sophisticated bodysuit in Leavers lace , fitted with a large overstitched mock-belt satin band. This adjustable accessory is designed to emphasize the shape and deep-cut neckline, for a refined and flattering silhouette.
Sculptural and formal, the Tuxedo bodysuit is also an easy alternative to the little black dress.
The Evening collection
The Evening collection rewrites the rules of fine lingerie. With plunging necklines and geometric lace prints, the different pieces from the collection caress the skin and subtly hug the body's curves.
Perfectly suited to sophisticated ensembles, they are also at home in more urban outfits. Whether worn suggestively or kept hidden, they ensure an elegant and sensual silhouette.
How to wear the Tuxedo Bodysuit
The centerpiece of any look, the Tuxedo bodysuit can be worn with a variety of outfits, whether for high-glamour or soft romanticism.
It looks impeccable with a high-waisted wide pant, feminizing giving a feminine twist to the ensemble. To break up the look, a belted black jacket frames the torso, and high stilettos elongate the silhouette.
Looking for a retro style? The Tuxedo bodysuit can be worn with a mid-length skirt to give the impression of a one-piece. As for the shoes, ankle boots are go-to winter staples, but can easily be switched out for chunky-heeled sandals come summer.
Last but not least, to combine comfort and refinement, the Tuxedo bodysuit can be given a twist when paired with a basic like a silk crepe pant. Comfy and cool, the ensemble acts as a nod to the sleepwear trend spotted on the catwalks.