The holiday season is a joyous, magical and busy time. Between office parties and drinks with friends, there is no shortage of events on the calendar, which means your wardrobe has to go the distance. And beneath all the velvet and sequins, your shapewear choices need to support you in the best possible way. From controlling bodysuits to peek-a-boo camisoles, check out our shapewear picks for the holiday season. They’ll keep you comfortable and chic all the way to New Year’s Day.
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For a dinner with friends: A dressed up evening with your besties calls for a cute dress that is stylish and cool. Pair it with a light-control slip to keep you feeling and looking smooth but won’t be constricting when dessert comes around.
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For a girl’s night out: Partying with the girls is all about body-con dresses in every form of metallic and sparkle. To keep your assets in place, opt for a firm-control bodysuit that will let you shine.
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For a black-tie gala: From low backs to plunging necklines, a black-tie gown lets you be the most glamorous version of you, even for just one night. A firm control slip that lets you wear your own bra offers key support so you can hit the dance floor in style.
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For the office holiday party: The annual office party is all about day-to-night festive wear, including chic blazers, a great dress and that perfect button down shirt. Keep those buttons from gaping with a barely-there camisole with a built-in minimizer.
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For family get-togethers: Sunday afternoon at mom’s house calls for modest pieces like a sweater-dress or tunic. A pair of patterned shaping tights will add a little pizzazz to an otherwise low-key look.
See more ideas on how to layer your undergarments with this video from our founder, Tomima Edmark.