Back for more, the Plumetis bodysuit is a killer piece, to be worn as outerwear, underwear or anywhere inbetween. Beautiful fit and excellent construction, our lightweight skin-tone tulle, adorned with Plumetis' dotted motif, hugs the body, gently revealing the skin beneath. Wear as standard or style both straps on one shoulder for a statement neckline, this bodysuit is a special addition to your lingerie collection.
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Made in Europe
Fits true to size. Elasticated Fabric
Our Berry model is a size 30D/DD
Our Cinnamon model is a size 30D/DD
Our Caramel model is a size 34B/C
Our Café Au Lait model is a size 30E/F
Custom-dyed stretch tulle
77% Polyamide, 23% Elastane. 100% Cotton gusset.
Hand wash. Line dry
I discovered this brand about a year ago and had been eyeing up the Plumetis bodysuit. I ordered it recently as it was on sale. It's fantastic, beautiful quality, fit and colour. A couple of things could, however, be improved. The darts on the cup are a little severe and create a 50s silhouette. I would suggest that they're reduced in length so that they don't hit the nipple position and they're rounded slightly to create a smoother fit. Secondly, I would suggest that the opening at the gusset is more refined.
Love how it looks, the colour is close to my skin tone and I love the sheerness of it
It’s cut like it’s made to fit an Asian.
This piece is so beautiful, I tried ordering a second one immediately!!
I was rooting for this body suit but when I tried it on I felt deflated. Basically: the breast shape is conical and so pointy at the nipple, it’s transparent at the boob so it’s not appropriate to be worn and shown, the closure is hooks like on a bra and not snaps which for the intimate area of a body suit makes using the restroom unnecessarily cumbersome, and while the cup fit perfectly there was loose material at random places like the overall suit ran a bit big and I was looking for a form-fitting shape. I wanted more and better. The fabric seems good though.