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These celebrities look hot and chic in bathing suits. From layered tops and skirts to low creative cut outs, the swimsuit trends give us all new ways to revamp our old styles or even adapt the ones we have left behind.
Gone are the days when a one piece swimsuit meant that you are an excellent swimmer, sun-averse or body- conscious. Now, swimsuits are all about looking hot the way you are. And how can one forget to wear the right swimsuits according to our body type? We have a number of articles lined up on the Internet for us to read and find out the right swimsuit for our body.
Also, how can we not remember to ogle the screen when Selena Gomez wears a shockingly perfect swim suit and we wish to copy it?
It is crazy how the swimsuit trend has changed over time and especially in the last 100 years. If someone wore a 2016 swimsuit in 1976, she might have ended up in jail.
YouTube channel Mode brought a video showcasing last 100 years of bathing suit trends. But here's the twist. They did it all with body paint.
If you think that the possibility of getting a tan was higher in the 1960's, you are highly mistaken.
Louis Reard brought in the style of bikinis while they were competing to make the smallest bathing suit of all the time.
And it wasn't like showing off a lot of skin was a compulsion. Showing off that hourglass figure came into being while it still covered the midriff.
1960's was a huge period of human rights or even women rights. As a result, bikinis became smaller and smaller.
The 70's kept the trend to show off a lot of legs alive by bringing in the cuts. Halters and bandeaus were in the game.
The 'Baywatch' era brought in these red beauties in the 1990's. The suits were higher cut showing off way more bare hips than before.
Present day bathing suits are all about straps and cuts. The more you bare your skin, the better tan you are able to pose.
They are somewhere more like lingerie and less like bathing suits.
Also, check out the artist who used his brilliant hands to paint these models. Allison Pynn was the one using the brushes.