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Do Hollywood cool girls have a uniform? Signs point to yes. A top-trending piece this season is Reformation’s “Avalon” bodysuit, the dark princess, lace-up get up that dreams are made of. It looks equally hot when teamed with boyfriend jeans or a-line skirts, and palazzo pants or your favorite skinnies. Seen on the likes of Emily Ratajkowski, Ashley Benson, Bella Hadid, Hayley Baldwin, and Vanessa Hudgens, the bodysuit has pretty much become the “it” item for “it” girls. Naturally, it sold out immediately. Seeing as I’ve been on the waiting list for months and have missed out on buying this piece no less than three months even though I’m notified each and every time it’s back in stock but was not quiiiite willing to pay an eBay reseller markup on an item that is already $78, I decided it was time to seek a sartorial dupe. And dupes I found, babes. If you’re dying for the Avalon look for less, read on.

From Nasty Gal…

Image via Nasty Gal.
Image via Nasty Gal.

The “Bad to the Bone” bodysuit from Nasty Gal is a double dupe–it’s equal parts Reformation and Givenchy. When you consider that the latter retails for over $2500, Nasty Gal’s $78 iteration {which is the exact same price as Reformations!} seems like a downright steal. Opt for this piece if you like a little extra detail, love Kim Kardashian, and/or if you’re a size XXS, as Nasty Gal is almost completely sold out!

From Windsor…

Image via Windsor.
Image via Windsor.

Never a stranger to offering ~*inspired*~ pieces, Windsor knocked it out of the park with their “Dance With Somebody” bodysuit. I personally own this $40 item and can attest to its awesomeness. Unlike the ribbed fabric of the original Avalon, Windsor’s onesie feels sleek and silky, and comes in three colors–black, purple, olive, and cream.

From GoJane…

Image via GoJane.
Image via GoJane.

GoJane’s “All Tied Up” bodysuit combines the best parts of the Reformation bodysuit the Windsor piece mentioned above. The key design elements are the same {plunging v, delicate lace-up}, but the fabric is smooth. Another perk? Go Jane’s dupe retails for just under $30 and comes in black, mocha, burgundy, and olive, just like the original.

From Love Culture…

Image via Love Culture.
Image via Love Culture.

Love Culture levels-up the lattice bodysuit by  fashioning the piece in faux suede. A little less form-fitting and low-cut than the other options on this list, the LC suede bodysuit comes in black and olive and sells for $28.

From Rotita…

Image via Rotita.
Image via Rotita.

The most budget-friendly option of the pack {by FAR} coming in at under $20, Rotita’s lace-up bodysuit ships from overseas and is available in black, olive, cranberry, and orange. It’s worth a shot! Kind of a no-brainer if you love the Reformation look, but hate the price tag.

Would you sport this look? What fashion items would you like to see for less?

xx,

Liza

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