r e s e r v e d on LAYAWAY - 1960's Authentic Signed EMILIO PUCCI Swimsuit
Quite possibly my next workout swimsuit. I can be cute while I train. :)
Screen Guide 1937-08 Photograph of Ginger Rogers in athletic wear, possibly a swimsuit and standing on the edge of a diving point. Source: Dave Wills, who sells on eBay as dwills1000, and has an eBay storefront "Dave's Odds and Ends" Restoration by: magscanner
CHOOSE SLIMMING SWIMWEAR: @The idea of high-cut legs on your swimsuit may make you uncomfortable, but they are a flattering way to make your legs look miles long. Here are more Do's and Don'ts for swimwear.... @Don't wear boy shorts. They'll look boxy on you because they accentuate thighs..... @Do choose swimwear with graphic interest -- vertical stripes, colorblocking -- strategically placed to draw the eye up.... @Don't wear a teeny-weeny bikini bottom. The less fabric on bottom, the fleshier you'll look from the waist down.
I've always been a one-piece kind of girl. While I was studying abroad in Chile, our group went to visit the town of La Serena for about a week and we were only about a ten minute walk from the Pacific Ocean. The trip was mostly comprised of ladies and, while we were lounging at the beach, I heard some of them remark that only insecure women wear full swimsuits. I, of course, had to disagree. As much fun as it can be to wear a skimpy bikini, I appreciate how one-pieces can create a demure yet still sensual shape and, of course, they also provide a great canvass for awesome designs. How awesome would it be to wear a totally cheesy horse swimsuit, anyway?