Khloé Kardashian‘s version of “jeans and a T-shirt” is “jeans and a bodysuit.” It’s become her uniform, which is why she decided to extend her highly popular Good American denim line to include a “Good Body” collection. And thanks to Kardashian and her GA partner Emma Grede, there are new bodysuits on the block for every occasion — whether that’s work, play or a bachelorette party in Vegas that requires you to channel your inner Britney Spears.
The size-inclusive body collection, launching Thursday, features 11 pieces available in compression and non-compression fabrics and ranges from more athletic cuts to sheer, off-the-shoulder silhouettes and crystal-covered styles.
And for Khloé, wearing bodysuits has become a part of her personal story.
“Because of my body transformation I have become more comfortable and confident to try new styles and to wear bodysuits where I wouldn’t before,” Kardashian tells PeopleStyle. “But also it wasn’t always as accepted to love your body the way it is now. I don’t care what size you are, I want everyone to feel super-confident within their own skin. Just because you are a size 16 or 22, that doesn’t mean you want to be in a muu-muu hiding yourself; we still want to show off our bodies and not everyone wants to be a size 2, 4 or 6.”
As for how she wears them, she’s firmly #TeamCommando.
“I normally go commando,” she reveals. “And then people are like, ‘Oh then you have to take the whole thing off to go to the restroom,’ and I’m like, ‘What are you talking about? You pull it to the side to use the restroom, what is the big deal?'”
The newly minted denim mogul adds that social media has provided a platform to encourage body acceptance.
“When I was younger, it wasn’t embraced to have any sort of variety or depths to out bodies,” she says. “Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder, but I think with the power of social media, we are able to see so much versatility and the beauty in so many different types of women. Whereas when I was younger, we weren’t really able to see that — it was just a look put on the cover of a magazine.”