In their search for the perfect workout wear, many active women seek a balance between containment and freedom, modesty and show, and of course, function and form. The BBL Body Suit finds this elusive sweet spot.
This all-in-one will give you security and peace of mind‚ no need to worry about anything riding up‚ whilst the stretch capability of the fabric will allow you to move freely.
This body suit contains the same mid waist security as our #1 selling BBL Leggings to give you that extra support and lift in the front and the back.
The neckline is simple and refined and the bicolor lends extra length to the legs. Throw our Cropped Yoga Top on top for a relaxed daytime look.
- Form fitting style
- Stretches to fit
- Moisture-wicking fabric
- Cross back straps
- Top: 91% polyamide, 9% elastane
- Bottom: 74% polyamide, 26% elastane
- Machine wash. Line dry
87% Nylon % 13% Spandex
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