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If you like both tits and bikinis…. You should check out Swimsuit Daily. No nudity, but lots and lots of bikinis….

Here some history about the bikini which I always find interesting….

 

The bikini was born in 1946 when French engineer Louis Réard unveiled his skimpy two-piece swimsuit at a fashion show in Paris. It was a bold and daring design for its time, using just 30 square inches of fabric to cover the bare necessities. Réard named his risqué creation after the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific, where American atomic bomb testing had recently occurred, alluding to the explosive impact he hoped it would have.

When Réard first introduced the bikini, it was scandalous and controversial. While swimsuits of the era were modest and conservative, covering most of the body, Réard’s design exposed the navel and far more skin. Many saw it as shockingly revealing and indecent. But the bikini also symbolized the new freedoms of the post-war era, when old taboos were being challenged.

Despite initial criticism, by the 1960s the bikini had become popular, especially among youth who wanted to break from past restrictions. Different styles emerged during this decade, from tiny, triangle string bikinis to the one-piece maillot “monokini” designed by Rudi Gernreich in 1964. The bikini became a statement of women’s liberation and shifting attitudes about female beauty and sexuality.

Over subsequent decades, the bikini continued to evolve with the times. The tiny, low-rise designs of the 1960s gave way to the higher-cut legs and French-cut styling of the 1980s. Thong bikinis emerged in the 1990s, drawing both controversy and popularity for exposing the rear. The 2000s saw the rise of more athletic swimwear, like the tankini, as well as retro pin-up styled bikinis.

More recently, trends have included underwire tops, adjustable ties, and slimmer bottoms. The string bikini remains a staple look, now available in a myriad of colors, patterns, and details. Many modern styles offer a balance between coverage and reveal, while manufacturers have expanded sizing options. The athletic fuller coverage of the tankini and longline bikini tops are also popular today.

In 2021, influencers and celebrities have continued to fuel interest in bikinis for all ages and body types. On social media, hashtags like #bikinigram chronicle everything from classic triangle designs to cheeky Brazilian-cuts. Once a rebellious fashion, the bikini is now a summer staple around the world.

Through its evolution from scandalous to standard swimsuit, the bikini remains an iconic symbol of feminine beauty, body positivity, and freedom. The risqué design invented by Réard in 1946 forever changed swimwear and left a lasting cultural impact. Nearly 80 years later, his revolutionary bikini continues to inspire fashion and female confidence each summer.

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