How to Look Good in a Catsuit

The term "catsuit" often brings images of "Batman" villain Catwoman to mind or any slinky, one-piece outfit. Catsuits are generally made of stretchy material that fit the body snugly and cover the torso, legs and usually the arms. They are often worn in photo and film shoots for projects featuring female superheroes and villains, though less costume-y versions of catsuits are available for everyday wear. Body confidence is a must for wearing such suits, so feel good about wearing your suit with a little exercise and perhaps some strategically-placed undergarments.

Start working out at least two months before you have to wear the catsuit, if possible. Focus on exercises that tone the thighs, posterior and abs as well as cardio workouts for burning excess fat. Work out four or five days per week for at least 30 minutes for best results.

Maintain a healthy diet low in saturated and trans fats and high in nutritious foods such as vegetables, fruit and whole grains. Drink lots of water and green tea, which helps flush the body of excess fat. Cold water helps the body burn calories as the body must work to raise the temperature of the water.

Try on the suit at the halfway mark for the date you must wear it, if possible. This will help you get an idea of any areas of the body that require more work.

Put on undergarments that smooth curves and suck in any excess fat on your stomach or thighs before putting on the catsuit if you still feel self-conscious about wearing the suit.


Remember to feel good about yourself when wearing the catsuit as confidence is always attractive.

Things You'll Need

  • Body-sculpting underwear (optional)
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About the Author

Kent Page McGroarty has worked as a writer since 2006, contributing numerous articles to various websites. She is a frequent contributor to the health and fitness sections of the online magazine EDGE Publications and holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Saint Joseph's University.