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If you have ever been in school, you know that history classes can be quite boring. It's not that the stories themselves are boring, but the presentation of the teacher or the students could fail to capture the significance of an event.
However, the history of swimwear is definitely more visually pleasing and this woman knew exactly what to do to keep our eyes glued to the screen.
And instead of putting clothes on her, they decided to put body paint.
During this time, the women still wore swimwear that covered most of their bodies. That umbrella is incredibly fashionable too!
Likewise, the blue bandana and the camera also added a nice touch.
After all, who wouldn't love to show a little bit more skin at the beach?
By this time, the two-piece was getting shorter and the women had the chance to show their amazing figure.
The black swimwear blended well with the alluring sunglasses.
And let's not forget how fun it is to play with a hula hoop.
The women wore even shorter bottoms, and that was perfectly alright. They shouldn't be ashamed of their fine figures.
The designs have become more colorful, and the shape of the bottom made women hotter than ever at the beach.
The lower half had this cut that gave the women a better figure and the red color increased their allure.
It's a stark contrast to how swimwear looked like back in 1916. But what matters is that women feel comfortable and they are confident with what they look like.
Now only do we have a variety of swimwear to choose from, but these beautiful clothes and women can now be captured forever using smartphones and selfie sticks.
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