List of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover models. Early examples were not very different from the women's two pieces common since the s, except that they had a gap below the breast line allowing for a section of bare midriff. IF I do get invited to swim, I will be fully clothed…jeans and t-shirt!
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Their waistbands, vests and briefs are all suitable to wear under swimwear garments and to get wet if you want that little bit of extra security. For example, ladies may wish to wear normal bikinis and wear a stoma waistband over their ostomy bag, whereas men may wish to wear the high waisted briefs under their swim shorts if the waist sits normal and is not high-waisted.
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In other cultures particularly the UK the term 'trunks' is used to describe swim briefs, although it has been increasingly common for any men's swimwear to be generically described as 'trunks'. Swimsuits can be skin-tight or loose-fitting. They are often lined with another layer of fabric if the outer fabric becomes transparent when wet. Swimsuits range from designs that almost completely cover the body to designs that expose almost all of the body.
The choice of swimsuit will depend on personal and community standards of modesty and on considerations such as how much or how little sun protection is desired, and prevailing fashions. Almost all swimsuits cover the genitals and pubic hair , while most except thongs or G-string cover much or all of the buttocks. Most swimsuits in western culture leave at least the head, shoulders, arms, and lower part of the leg below the knee exposed.
Women's swimsuits generally cover at least the areola and bottom half of the breasts , but some are designed for the top part of the swimsuit to be removed. In many countries, young girls and sometimes women choose not to wear a swimsuit top, and this can vary with the occasion, location, age, etc.
Both men and women may sometimes wear swimsuits covering more of the body when swimming in cold water see also wetsuit and dry suit. In colder temperatures, the swimwear is needed to conserve body heat and protect the body core from hypothermia. Competitive swimwear refers to the swimsuit , clothing, equipment and accessories used in the aquatic sports of swimming , diving , synchronized swimming , triathlon and water polo. Some swimsuits are designed specifically for swimming competitions where they may be constructed of a special low resistance fabric that reduces skin drag.
For some kinds of swimming and diving, special bodysuits called "diveskins" are worn. These suits are made from spandex and provide little thermal protection, but they do protect the skin from stings and abrasion. Most competitive swimmers also wear special swimsuits including partial bodysuits , racerback styles, jammers and racing briefs to assist their glide through the water thus gaining a speed advantage. Unlike regular swimsuits, which are designed mainly for the aesthetic appearances, swimsuits designed to be worn during competitions are manufactured to assist the athlete in swim competitions.
They reduce friction and drag in the water, increasing the efficiency of the swimmer's forward motion. The tight fits allow for easy movement and are said to reduce muscle vibration,  thus reducing drag. This also reduces the possibility that a high forwards dive will remove a divers swimwear. Starting around , in an effort to improve the effectiveness of the swimsuits, engineers have taken to designing them to replicate the skin of sea-based animals, sharks in particular.
The new policy was implemented to combat the issues associated with performance enhancing swimsuits, hindering the ability to accurately measure the performance of swimmers .
Subsequently, the new ruling states that men's swimsuits may maximally cover the area from the navel to the knee, and women's counterparts from the shoulder to the knee. Some swimmers use a specialized training suit called drag suits to artificially increase drag during practice. Drag suits are swimwear with an outer layer of looser fabric — often mesh or nylon — to increase resistance against the water and build up the swimmer's endurance.
They come in a variety of styles, but most resemble a looser fitting square-cut or swim brief. Germs, bacteria, and mold can grow very quickly on wet bathing suits. Medical professionals warn that wearing damp swimwear for long periods of time can cause a number of infections and rashes in children and adults, and warn against sharing bathing suits with others.
In public swimming pools in France for reasons of hygiene, it is only permitted to wear closer fitting styles of swimwear. Men, for instance, must wear "Speedo" style bathing suits and not baggy shorts or trunks. In classical antiquity swimming and bathing were done naked. There are Roman murals which show women playing sports and exercising wearing two-piece suits covering the areas around their breasts and hips in a fashion remarkably similar to the present-day bikini.
However, there is no evidence that they were used for swimming. All classical pictures of swimming show nude swimmers. In various cultural traditions one swims, if not in the nude, in a version in suitable material of a garment or undergarment commonly worn on land, e. In the United Kingdom until the midth century there was no law against nude swimming, and each town was free to make its own laws.
For example, the Bath Corporation official bathing dress code of prescribed, for men:. It is Ordered Established and Decreed by this Corporation that no Male person above the age of ten years shall at any time hereafter go into any Bath or Baths within this City by day or by night without a Pair of Drawers and a Waistcoat on their bodies. In rivers, lakes, streams and the sea men swam in the nude, where the practice was common.
Those who didn't swim in the nude, stripped to their underwear. The English practice of men swimming in the nude was banned in the United Kingdom in Drawers, or caleçons as they were called, came into use in the s.
Even then there were many who protested against them and wanted to remain in the nude. Francis Kilvert described men's bathing suits coming into use in the s as "a pair of very short red and white striped drawers".
Female bathing costumes were derived from those worn at Bath and other spas. It would appear that until the s nude female bathing in the spas was the norm and that after that time women bathed clothed. Celia Fiennes gave a detailed description of the standard ladies' bathing costume in The Gentlemen have drawers and wastcoates of the same sort of canvas, this is the best linning, for the bath water will Change any other yellow.
No Female person shall at any time hereafter go into a Bath or Baths within this City by day or by night without a decent Shift on their bodies. The ladies wear jackets and petticoats of brown linen, with chip hats, in which they fix their handkerchiefs to wipe the sweat from their faces; but, truly, whether it is owing to the steam that surrounds them, or the heat of the water, or the nature of the dress, or to all these causes together, they look so flushed, and so frightful, that I always turn my eyes another way.
The only difference is in the fabric the costumes are made of. Flannel, however, was a common fabric for sea bathing costumes as many believed the warmer fabric was necessary in cold water. In the 18th century women wore "bathing gowns" in the water; these were long dresses of fabrics that would not become transparent when wet, with weights sewn into the hems so that they would not rise up in the water. The men's swim suit, a rather form-fitting wool garment with long sleeves and legs similar to long underwear , was developed and would change little for a century.
In the 19th century, the woman's double suit was common, comprising a gown from shoulder to knees plus a set of trousers with leggings going down to the ankles. In the Victorian era , popular beach resorts were commonly equipped with bathing machines designed to avoid the exposure of people in swimsuits, especially to people of the opposite sex.
In the United States, beauty pageants of women in bathing costumes became popular from the s. However, such events were not regarded as respectable.
Beauty contests became more respectable with the first modern " Miss America " contest held in , though less respectable beauty contests continued to be held. In , the swimmer Annette Kellerman from Australia visited the United States as an "underwater ballerina", a version of synchronized swimming involving diving into glass tanks. She was arrested for indecent exposure because her swimsuit showed arms, legs and the neck. But my kids love when my husband gets in and runs around with them, with reckless abandon.
This is hands down tge best post ive ever read! Donning a swimming costume and taking my kids to tge pool this summer for sure!!! I have a pic of me and I could swear the backdrops looks identical. Thank you for writing this. Before them, people said the same thing about me. And now I have become the sad mom you write about on the sidelines. And truly, it is sad. It is hard, and maybe even a bit embarrassing to admit out loud how much of my self esteem relied on the positive feedback I received from other people.
Being tall and thin was part of my identity. When I went to the beach before, I could feel people looking and I could feel their approval.
No one disapproves now. Just no one looks. Now I have to rebuild confidence and create a new part of my identity in this stage if life based solely off of me, and of course my sons. Identifying as a mom has been easy, but learning to live as someone who looks like they should lay off the cheesecake has not.
Learning to love myself-outside packaging included-with or without the love of others is a task even larger than my pile of laundry. Anyway, it is nice, and often necessary, to have a reminder that life is less about watching and more about living. Especially with those that I love far more than a 24 inch waist.
I feel like I could have written your whole paragraph. Since having my 2 children I have had difficulty taking off the weight. But I still put on my bathing suit and enjoy my time with my kids. Thank you soooo much for this amazingly encouraging post! I have two teenage daughters and an 14 month old baby girl and have really found myself struggling not only with bathing suits but clothes in general since the warmer weather hit this year.
Last summer I figured I had just given birth and did not worry about how I looked, but now 14 months later I feel I should have lost more Than I have. You will be glad you did:. Also available in plus size: I loved reading your post. You left off dressing up with your kids in public…. Do not let the expectations of others steal your life and happiness. Teach your kids to be happy…. And I too put on a swimsuit and run into the ocean with them.
I am too busy having fun! I have extra baggage and I struggled with getting a bathing suit. My daughter is 15 months old. Do I get into my bathing suit? I go to the pool and we swim together. We go to the splash parks and run in the splash pad. She giggles and splashes, and we have the best time ever.
But it is for my daughter. After a few mins I forget the stares and watch how happy she is. She is my daughter, and she is beautiful! I tell her that everyday. This is a wonderful post and one I will be sharing! My mom was overweight growing up but she taught swim lessons, so she was always in a swim suit.
I never remember hearing ill words about my mom or anyone one else. What I DID hear was how awesome it was that mom was in the water playing with her kids! When I see scars, yup, I wonder there too. What happened and I am so happy to see them out here, living life, enjoying life…. As far as the rest of us…. I am too worried about falling out of my suit then worrying about you and yours.
I have far from a perfect body but I still wear a 2 piece. I am a mom of two and my husbands work schedule is erratic at best. I also work part time. To top it off, I have MS. I overheat at the drop of a hat in a one piece bathing suit, I have found, that they are hot! Granted, I stay in the water as much as I can to stay cool, but I get soooooo tired so fast and easily that I have to get out so often.
I wear a two piece so I can stay cool enough on the beach to enjoy more with my kids. Confidence and enjoying what you have today is the most attractive trait out there! My husband told me that years ago when we were dating. I love your story and totally agree! I am 56 and went on a weeks vacation with my two girlfriends from high school. The vacation was a blast. There were all kinds of bodies and ages of bodies and everyone looked great. I know this struggle goes beyond the beach.
It is everywhere in this culture. I respect your honesty. I pray we both have strength to stand on truth and take little steps toward freedom. However that may look. You are right—life is for living! You looked pretty in your brightly colored swimsuit. The smile is priceless! I prayed and prayed for God to bless me with a baby.
After 19 years of infertility, my husband and I found out I was pregnant. She loves being with me and I love making memories with her. I love everything about this. This was so powerful! Thank you for the eloquent reminder that we mass out on too much life by worrying about what others think of us.
Amen, sisters, put on the suit, swing on the swing, ride the bike…make memories. I guarantee when you are gone your kids will relive the wonderful times over and over again and never once think about what you looked like. Seize the day, life is too short not to. I love swimming too much to avoid putting on my swimsuit, so I always did. But I understand the hesitency. I am a mom of 4, mother-in-law of 2 and a grandma of 4 and another one on the way.
I love my family and love to spend time with them at the lake or the pool. Just reading your post has given me courage to just go and play with the grandkids at the water and not care about any other peoples thoughts! From, One Happy Grandma!! I love seeing all the discussions about this post. Both of my girls started swimming lessons at 3 months old so and I went with my very postpartum body.
I have found that wearing a swim shirt takes away all of my self consciousness. I want to be the mom in the pool with them. And I cheer on all of your moms today too. Confessing that I am still working through this issue. Seven births, four c-sections later there are sags, bags, clumps, bumps, and veins galore. My legs resemble a map more than skin.
Add to that years of despising my appearance and well, yes, I am still working up to the place you are. I do want to create happy memories for my children and be a positive image of a woman beautiful from the inside out. I absolutely love this article-such a refreshing read! My husband and I have lived in Europe for almost 3 years and I am so inspired by the women who go to the beach in their bathing suits… no matter their weight or age.
Life is too short to not enjoy it! Jessica, your husbands response to you in your bathing suit chocked me up and you do radiate beauty my sister! But tragically, it makes me sad to think that many, many wives will never hear those words.
I love the truth spoken here. Not our own shaming eyes. His eyes have the power to define us. I would sadly guess this is a struggle not just in failing marriages but in some good marriages as well. So, if I may offer a thought to those sisters. Your husbands wandering eyes do not define you. He may or may not love you fiercely but it pierces something deeply in our souls.
Please know, his wandering eyes cannot steal your true beauty. The one who sees your every thought, struggle, sacrifice and sin.
And His love and eyes never wander or waver. If kids learned when they are small that skin sags and tummies bag as we get older maybe they would have a more realistic understanding of the aging process!
Thanks so much for posting this. Really powerful and inspiring. This morning I sat on the sidelines at the pool, but not because of my suit I was wearing it — the water was just too chilly for this wimpy mama! I did finally manage to sit on the top step.
Here is the one I ordered, but I imagine there are lots of companies that make them: I threw it on over my regular bathing suit top and enjoyed not having to put on sunscreen — but it would help with not worrying about how you look, either!
Go find a bunch of 50 year old women and ask them! Anyway, just pointing that out! Thank you so much for this post!! I am so encouraged by your words! I am 31 weeks pregnant with my 4th child. Nearly everyday, I put on a maternity suit cringing on the inside, but smiling on the outside and take my kids to the pool.
I get in and swim and splash and catch my littlest as she jumps off the side. We laugh, and have a wonderful time. What they will remember is me, being there with them! And by the way, you look beautiful in these photos! May you make many more wonderful memories!! Thank you for this reminder!!
I try to think this way every time I take my kids to the beach, the water park, or the backyard. We are only here for a short time, the kids are little for an even shorter time. I want them to remember me being crazy fun — not as someone self-conscious or unhappy with the things that matter the least! At least not visibly. Sometimes she just wears a sportsbra and still does the shirt and shorts. Which I think is fine. Thanks for you great and timely message.
More than a year ago, while on vacation with my family to visit the Mouse I had an experience that has taken a long time to come to terms with. In the evening after a long hot day having fun with my family, relaxing in the hotel hot tub sounded heavenly. My kids had begged me all day to join them down at the pool.
So I put on my swim suit slunk down under the cover of darkness to the pool to join the family. I got into the hot tub and was soon joined by several early somethings — two boys and a girl. The boys were doing what boys do vying for the girls attention. I have had a tough time getting into a swim suit since then. I can always find some excuse to not fully participate. This summer I vow to push that unfortunate incident into the gone but not forgotten past, fully participate with my 3 kids who are growing up to fast and let that moment in time help me be a more compassionate person.
Life is too short and too good to waste. I needed to read this right at this moment. Always opting out to take the photo rather than in it. Sitting back to watch the bags or spot. Instead of making those memories that you mentioned. I have missed out in two years of memories. So thank you for posting this and giving me a new outlook again. My insecurities have been a wall between my kids and hubby. Oh, I envy you with every fiber of my being. I was thinner when my children were young, but of course, no one would have ever thought I was model material — but we went to the beach and the water parks and I wore a swimsuit.
I cannot ever get those days back. My family loves me — I wish I had realized it so many years ago and had enjoyed all of those days of their lives. You know the best part about this post? I love the joy on the faces, and the fact that you are practicing what you preach. I applaud and love this!! Leaving for the beach with my 5 kids in a week…. They love me for me! I am years-old, pounds, and never gave birth to a child but am fortunate to have two wonderful children and three wonderful grandchildren from my second marriage.
I was very overweight as a child, and I will never forget how much it hurt when I was laughed at for my size. To this day, I dread the thought of wearing a bathing suit on a beach or at a pool. Thank you so much for writing this article. I plan to remember what matters most…having lots of fun in the water with my grandkids!! Thank you so much for sharing this! I came to this realization the summer my son was two. When I got back to our hotel, my hubby had to hold me while I cried buckets, and I realized that what bothered me the most was not being able to go swimming with my son.
I had an amazing mom, but she almost never went swimming with me…and that was precious time with her that I missed out on. I now own a bathing suit that fits. I have always tried to be brave and not let others, and my own, criticism keep me from making great memories with my kids. However an earlier post mentioned being in pictures with your kids. I do tend to she away from unflattering or possibly unflattering photos. This post made me think of what comfort pictures of my own mother brought me when we lost her three years ago when I was 35 and my daughter was a newborn.
We are blessed to live in an age to have this technological memory box. When I see my mothers pictures I do not see whether she was heavy or thin. She did fluctuate through the years as many of us do. I only see the woman that was and is so dear to my life for far too few years.
I also have a way of sharing memories of her with her granddaughter. I need to let this fear go for the love of my children and future grandchildren.
Besides, love is what makes us truly beautiful, not our figures. I have 3 kids and my body has absolutley changed. No matter how I see myself, I talk a different story to my kids. I told him they were my love marks because when I was pregnant with them, my love grew and grew because of that, it left a permanent reminder for me to always cherish.
Who cares about stretch marks, cellulite, extra skin, etc. God gave me 3 precious angels. They are the only 3 people that heard my heartbeat from the inside, that kicked, flipped, made my body change in the strangest ways, but above all, He gave me 3 healthy kids. My parents took us kids to the beach every summer. They both wore their suits and all of us kids were thrilled when they came in with us.
It is probably my best memory of feeling loved by my parents. The day was about us, kids, parents and them as a couple and I loved it all.
I cannonball, run off the diving board, do handstands and flips with my soft, pudgy mom-body!! And guess whose mom the kids want to take them to the pool? Not my bikini-ready friend who lays out. Something that does not resemble anything in my lingerie drawer. Sis, I wear board shorts when I kayak, or float. That has helped tremendously with my comfort in the water. Have you tried Lane Bryant? I love their clothes. I just turned the big 6. But reading your post made me remember with a big smile holding the hands of my 3- and 4-year-old grandkiddos as we played in the ocean the other week.
I may not look hot, but we sure had fun! Thank you for writing this post. We ALL need to silence the inner voice of negativity. What bothers me the most is that the majority of the ridicule that causes our swim suit anxiety disorders come from other women!
We MUST stop belittling one another and start empowering each other instead. Thank you for helping remember to just enjoy every moment with my kids!
Or you could just stop eating cookies and lose weight. Why is being fat becoming an accepted thing? First of all, Jessica is NOT fat, by any stretch of the imagination. This is exactly the sort of caustic, rude, judgmental, ridiculous comment that can keep many of us normal-sized women from wanting to put on a bathing suit.
I work out just about every day. I decided about a year ago it just. We should all absolutely take the best care of ourselves we can. But frankly, comments like yours are neither valid, nor helpful. I was 46 when our 7th child was born. Now, she is nearly And I so treasure the times that I do it! And at times like those at the beach or the pool, I choose to let that delight trump everything else!
I wear a one piece with no cover up and get laughed at all the time. My children and I go swimming at least four times a week. Last yr my son and I dove off parallel diving boards together, danced pool side when our favorite songs came on, and just enjoyed our days together.
I can care less about how I make people feel when I wear my swimsuit, i only care that my children will remember how fun their mom was. I feel sorry for those women who sit on the side lines and dont enjoy their time because they allow cellulite define them. I imagine there are SOME women that you inspire. Maybe they homeschool or work out of their home but it is lived in and messy. You always feel welcome there. You remind me of a very warm and hospitable hostess.
Just have fun with your children in and out of the water because you, like me, will be sixty something in the blink of an eye. I cannot imagine just letting my kids have all the fun themselves! I care that my kids think that it is super fun to have mommy swimming with them. Sometimes I play with them too and other times I just want to yell-come play with your kids! I miss way too much of it during the school year!
I only wish my husband would hear this message-he constantly misses out because he is insecure about how he looks yet he weighs less than me! LOL and the kids really do love it when he comes along.
Thank you thank you for this inspiring article! Bating suit season has been my personal battle every year but after reading this, no more. From now on I will looking forward to summer and will wear my bathing suit proudly. Contrary to you I am not a young mother. As a mother of a 29 and 26 year old girls and turning 60 next year, my body is also the story of my life.
Every curve and line is part of me and I should be proud of everyone of them! The softness of my body should not be frowned on but celebrated! Again thank you for your article today it made not only my day but a changing one. I really needed to hear this. It made me cry. I plan on doing this next weekend.
That just boggles my mind! People are so judgmental and as long a we allow their opinions to limit us we will always be trapped into thinking there are certain things we can and cannot do due to our body shapes and sizes. Women need to take back their lives and embrace the body they have and stop waiting to live until they have the body they want or the body they think society thinks they should have!
I have a very difficult time finding a swimsuit to fit me properly. I am not well endowed despite the extra 50 lbs so the tops never fit like they should. Why do all designers think that over weight women have large breasts? I am more comfortable and can enjoy myself without flashing anyone or worrying about my rolls being over exposed! I love this because I have been on both sides of the equation. I had my 3 children in a space of four years, and remained 20 lbs overweight for several years.
I alway wore my suit to the beach or pool, but was a bit self conscious just the same. Some women were telling me how great I looked — while I was feeling awful, weak and skeletal. I would have given anything to have those extra 20 lbs back. I am now on a daily regimenof drugs and have adjusted my diet. I have to stay between and lbs, so I am at my ideal weight, I go to the beach now with my college and high school aged kids and I am just grateful for the time I still have with them.
I go in the ocean because I really treasure each moment I have with. I spent too many years on the sidelines. When I finally went in, I shocked myself because I felt the most happy I ever felt in years! It was so moving that I cried tears of joy! Well, I wish I looked as good as you in my swimsuit, but I am almost sixty and 50 pounds overweight.
Does that keep me from wearing a swimsuit? I have a ball playing water games with my 6 grandchildren. It encourages and inspires me! Definitely hit home with me. I have not only had a child but I have had 2 back surgeries. So this year I have been very subconscious of how I look, therefore not getting in the pool with my daughter. Thank you for your words. You are very right.
I groan at the approach of Summer and hate reading articles about finding The Perfect Swimsuit because none of them help all of my problem areas! Just the other day someone asked if I was expecting another baby! We went camping last week, and even though I felt self-conscious… I know my kids just want to have fun and my husband loves me for who I am so I sucked it up and squeezed myself into my too-tight swimsuit. I remember every single time my little brother and I went into water as a child, I would always LONG for my mom to come in and play with us.
We would beg her and beg her, but she would always refuse, because she was so insecure about being overweight. She was indeed about 80lbs overweight, so her fears were very real. But I just felt sad, because I loved my mom so much and wanted her to play with us. Now that I am an adult with two children of my own and a few extra pounds myself from two pregnancies very close together , I definitely understand where my mom was coming from and sympathize with her.
But I would like to just ask the ladies that read this—put the suit on for your kids! They just want to play with you. It is hard to try to get to a place where you step out in that swimsuit in spite of judgement, but it is so worth it. Your kids will always remember those times playing with you, I promise. Hello, I love this.
I am sad to say I am a mom who just puts her feet in the water. After having my first and only daughter I Have no embrace my new body very well. Everything I knew about my body has changed. If I really think about it I only gained 20 lbs with my daughter and was only lbs when she was born. I hope one day I will embrace my body and have confidence you women have in yours. Thanks for the story it did hit home! My oldest and only son, died August 3, of cancer at 47 yrs old.
His wife, 3 kids, another daughter and her child, are going to beach. We will have a good time, plus share stories and memories and shed tears of Stephen. I have gained weight since retiring and losing my son, but bought a bathing suit to wear. The beach we are going to, they have all been to before, but my first time at this one. Looking forward to trip. There is no way to describe the pain one experiences when losing a child. My heart aches for you. Know that you are loved by many — if you ever need an ear to just listen, I am here.
My personal email is dmpfromri yahoo. I have guttate psoriasis, spider and varicose veins in addition to the extra weight of carrying children. I wish I could someday prepare myself for the stares of strangers and put on that suit. I live near the ocean, and wearing a dress to the beach is not fun. If I looked like you in a suit I would not even think twice about putting one on. Thanks for the good read. I just feel so far away from throwing caution to the wind in this area. Thank you for refreshing my memory.
Thank you for helping to conjure up those memories of joyful times with my children. They are grown and will be having children of their own in the near future and I want my grandchildren to remember how much fun their grandmother was and how confident and daring she was. I WILL be all this for them and for me. At the ripe age of 40, I bought my first bikini. Do I look good in it? Not really, but I wear a big floppy hat, sunglasses and smile a lot.
I decided long ago if I was meant to be thin, I would have been a lot taller. Ok, girls, this is a wonderful sentiment. I commend all of you all. But fast forward a few years and I tell you gravity wins! You look great in your swimsuit nothing to be ashamed of!
THe best memories are when we get to join in! That beach is where I grew up in Laguna Beach right? I can tell by the houses in the backdrop! You look awesome and loved reading this! So I saw a friend post this, and just had to comment. I had no idea what the post was about, I just saw a hot woman and decided to read about it.
Your gorgeous and your husband is lucky to be with you. And more importantly, your kids are lucky to have you next to them. Part of the problem for us plus size ladies is finding attractive swimsuits that we like, and fit well. They also have a number of attractive cover-ups.
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