I was kindly send the Espiral Floral Lace Bodysuit from thatposition.com for an honest review and I fell in love with this bodysuit the moment I saw it on their site. I am very particular when it comes to choosing lingerie, because I am not overly confident with certain areas of my body. I am always looking for something that will hide or disguise my belly and accentuate my breasts. I try to avoid two piece items, like camisole and pants sets, because the pants would inevitably dig into my mummy tummy and cause a muffin top that would peek out under the vest. That makes me feel anything but sexy. The Espiral Bodysuit, being a one-piece design, fit my personal desires and I was looking forward to trying it out.
The Espiral Bodysuit is made from nylon (93%) and spandex (7%) and the latter gives the bodysuit a fair amount of stretch. The stretch should ensure that the bodysuit fits over various body shapes, but it will not stretch in a “one size fits all” manner, so ensure you choose a size that most closely matches your own. I am a size 14, with 36C breasts and I chose the M/L size, which fit me well for the most part, but the PVC material encircling the leg holes did feel slightly tight. The suit is available in two colours; red and black.
Washing instructions on the packaging is a little vague. The box states that you should “wash separately”, which simply tells me to wash the item on its own. I am not entirely sure if this bodysuit can go into the washing machine, but I risked it on a hand wash cycle with the bodysuit zipped inside a protective lingerie pouch. There was no damage or issue after this wash, but your mileage may vary. If in doubt, you can always hand wash it. Of course, you should always avoid ironing or bleaching this item.
My Experiences Wearing the Espiral Bodysuit:
As I took the Espiral Bodysuit from its packaging, I noted that the quality of the materials and workmanship was high. This bodysuit contains a high percentage of lacy, fishnet material, which is quite delicate. Most fishnet items in my lingerie collection tend to look fluffy, or contain small bobbles of material, but the fishnet on the Espiral Bodysuit was perfect. It has remained this way after a few washes and being jumbled around in my lingerie drawer. The PVC style edging feels soft and extremely flexible, which I believe will reduce the chances of any cracking or peeling over time. Even the stitching was neat and thorough. I was already impressed.
To put this bodysuit on, you must step into it like a swimming costume. To attach the suit completely, you must then tie the two ties around the back of your neck to fit; much like a halter neck top. The bodysuit has an extreme plunging neckline, which ended an inch or so above my belly button. Thankfully, due to the lack of edges around my midriff, I did not experience any bulging or muffin tops. Once on, the suit hugged my body in all the right places. I was pleased with the streamline look and thought that the bodysuit accentuated my feminine curves. I also loved the look of the intricate floral patterns embroidered into the fishnet.
Although I was generally impressed with the overall look of the Espiral Bodysuit, I did note that it offered no support or lift for the breasts. I also noted that my breasts were liable to escape from the confines of the suit if I were to lie on my side or move around too much. This wasn’t great and I would have personally preferred a bit more support in this area.
Another minor issue with the Espiral Bodysuit is that the wearer has no access to their genitals when the suit is on. This suit does not have an open crotch design and it lacks poppers, or zippers that would allow access. If you want to wear this bodysuit during sex, you may have to pull the crotch area to one side, to allow for skin to skin contact or penetration, but due to the slightly tighter nature of the PVC style edging, this can be awkward to do. Alternative options include removing the suit altogether or pleasuring yourself through the thin material.
The final thing to note is that the Espiral bodysuit does not come with garters, or the necessary holes to fit them. If you want to wear stockings with this bodysuit, you will have to opt for a pair of hold-ups.
The Espiral bodysuit comes with a few minor niggles that may affect your decision to purchase. For example, it might not be suitable for you if you require breast support, or easy access to the genitals. However, I was impressed overall with the design and the build quality. Aside from feeling slightly tight around the thighs, it fit me very well and I thought it looked very sexy on. I would definitely recommend it.
You can purchase the Espiral Bodysuit here a thatposition.com
The Espiral Lace Bodysuit was kindly sent to me free of charge from lthatposition.com for an honest review. This does not affect, or sway my opinions of the product and I will always portray my own experiences, good or bad. Affiliate links are used within this post.