My go-to look when going out to dinner, drinks with friends, or to a work event? A bodysuit paired with jeans and a cute jacket or coat. Add your favorite booties or white sneakers and you’ve got an effortless yet chic look.
There’s something about wearing a bodysuit that just makes you feel more put together.
As the style has gained more popularity over the years, brands have nailed exactly how to make them more comfortable, but as with most clothing items, finding the right bodysuit for big boobs can be challenging.
Many bodysuits are made with thin material, are too tight, or they’re too stretchy to offer any support—all problems that make having a fuller chest a bit frustrating (where are my DD+ gals at?)
However, after lots of research and firsthand testing, I’ve compiled this list of full chest-friendly bodysuits. These have all been vetted as the best bodysuits for big boobs by gals in my Facebook group, friends, or by myself personally.
Fits Everybody Long Sleeve Bodysuit
Skims has made major moves when it comes to accommodating various shapes and sizes in the fashion space. If you don’t own anything from the brand (or if you haven’t felt any of their clothing yet), the one thing you should know is that the material they use is SO soft.
Despite the buttery fabric, their wardrobe staples offer a surprisingly good amount of support. This long sleeve bodysuit hugs your curves in all the right places, and it’s available in sizes XXS through 4X.
Fits Everybody High Neck Bodysuit
This bodysuit went viral on TikTok and I can confirm that it truly lives up to the hype. I’m really into this cocoa color, but it comes in 10 different shades.
The seamless material and high cut leg design makes it a good pick to wear underneath anything tight.
Fits Everybody T-Shirt Bodysuit
A classic t-shirt bodysuit should be considered an essential in every gal’s closet. Wear it alone or layer it under your favorite sweater or denim jacket.
This one is made with a high percentage of elastane so it can easily stretch to fit your body type (without losing it’s shape.)
Abercrombie & Fitch
Sweetheart Sweater Bodysuit
The sweetheart neckline on this bodysuit makes it so unique—and perfect for wearing on a girls trip or for a night out at the bars.
You might feel limited to wearing bodysuits in the summer, but the sweater knit fabric on this one makes it the ideal pick for the fall and winter months.
Double-Layered Seamless Bodysuit
I’ve been eyeing this tank top bodysuit ever since someone in the #SilbSquad mentioned that double-layered bodysuits offer the best support. “The double layered ones are the only bodysuits I can go braless with and feel supported in.”
The white would look so cute with a pair of jeans and sneakers for anything from happy hour to running errands.
Long-Sleeve Cotton Crew Bodysuit
I’ve been living in this long-sleeve bodysuit from Abercrombie. When I say it’s comfortable, I mean it’s so comfy that you’ll want to wear it every day and night.
I love that it has a crew neckline, which is ideal for cooler weather (I wore it a lot during our trip to Aspen). It comes in a few different colors, including this bright pink shade, which would be so fun to wear in the spring and summer.
Button Up Henley Bodysuit
This brand came highly recommended by a few members in the #SildSquad. I love that you can button this black bodysuit as high or low as you want to. The ribbed fabric is so cute and the price point is reasonable for something you’d get a lot of wear from.
Everyday Classic Long Sleeve Bodysuit
Another find that’s perfect for everyday wear—it has snap closures and a thong back. I’m digging the gray and sand colors that it comes in.
There are two types of people in this world: those who love turtlenecks and those who loathe them. Even if you fall into the latter category, this ballet style bodysuit has just the right amount of fabric for a “barely there” type of turtleneck.
Reviewers rave about how comfortable it is:
“I love the feeling of this bodysuit. It’s so soft and clings to your curves without being so uncomfortable.”
“I was super skeptical about ordering a one size shirt, considering I’m an XS in almost everything, but this shirt is MAGIC. Super soft and comfortable and breathable.”
“Love the material because it’s very thin but still somehow warm and not see through. I’m a size 36DDD, have a small waist, and it fit great.”
Donni Henley Bodysuit
Madewell is a good go-to for many closet staples—jeans, t-shirts, accessories—and as it turns out, bodysuits are no exception.
This one is made with stretchier material that gives a looser, more lived-in fit. Another perk: It comes in sizes XXS through XXL!
This turtleneck bodysuit is one of the brand’s best sellers. Reviews confirm that it’s a good fit for a variety of body types—long torso, short torso, full chest, small chest, thin, and curvy.
The fabric was noted by several women to be “thick” and “warm,” making it a great winter layering piece.
People also love that the snaps aren’t bulky or placed in a pesky spot. “The snaps are located more forward, so you don’t have to try to snap in between your legs and behind your back.”
Bodysuits don’t have to be boring. The shape and style of this one makes it look more like a normal shirt rather than a bodysuit.
The square neck and cap sleeves give it a feminine touch. The dark green color is so pretty, but it also comes in this bright orange hue.
Body Contour Scoop Back Bodysuit
To be honest, Express wasn’t really on my radar when I was thinking of bodysuits that would be good for full chests. However, it was mentioned in the #SilbSquad as a good spot to shop for them. Turns out, they actually have quite a few cute picks!
The scoop back on this one gives it a sexy feel, great for throwing on before a night out!
Body Contour Scoop Neck Bodysuit
Make a statement with this bright blue bodysuit. I’d wear it just as shown in the photo below—with my favorite leather pants and a blazer.
It’s a good pick for women with full chests because it’s made with thick fabric (aka supportive) and it contours your body. I’ll let the reviews speak for themselves:
“I love this bodysuit. It’s thick and sucks you in very well. I have a normal torso but a 34DD chest.”
“Do yourselves a favor and a buy everything from this line. I normally wear a medium or large depending on the style of shirt. I chose a large because I wear a DDD bra and I’m glad I did. The fit is snug but not too tight where I feel insecure. The material is soft and silky and looks gorgeous with some high waisted jeans!”
“I’m a smaller girl, about 5’1” and 120 lbs, but I have a 34DD chest and I can NEVER find tops that are flattering and that I am comfortable in. Until I found this! The entire Body Contour line is absolutely gorgeous and I cannot express how much I love it. I’m buying all the products in every color I can.”
High Shine Ruched Bodysuit
Good American was another recommendation in my Facebook group and given how much people love the brand’s denim, I’m certainly intrigued.
This one is made with a high-shine compression fabric to sculpt, smooth, and define your curves. It also has a center-ruched design to give it some personality. It comes in plus sizes as well!
Square Neck Bodysuit
If you’re not sure you’re ready to commit to the bodysuit lifestyle, this one is a great starter. It’s simple, good for everyday wear, and it’s under $50. Some highlights:
“I love that the bodysuit has two layers of fabric so that the white isn’t see through. Fit is spot on and the fabric is very smooth and soft.”
“This is a super comfortable and so very flattering. Fabric and cut are great—fits true to size. Definitely recommend as a nice wardrobe stable.”
Scoop Tank Hourglass Bodysuit
I’ve never heard of this shapewear line before, but one girl in my Facebook group really sung it’s praises so I wanted to include! Here’s her review:
“I recently picked up a plain black scoop neck bodysuit from Pinsy and it changed my life. I have heavy GG cup boobs and don’t have to wear a bra with this—truly incredible! Plus, it comes in longer lengths as well and snatches your waist. Favorite thing in my closet.”