60s Swimsuits, 70s Bathing Suits | Retro Swimwear
Sunbathing in the beach sand, bathing in the water, never loses its trend. And not millions of different swimwear either. Many ladies wear bikini tops that cover less and less skin on the beach. What is considered sexy has become the smallest garment. From the time you were kneeled, to the present, the fashion of swimwear has evolved enormously. But we may be in the 21st century, yet the retro swimwear has never lost its appeal.
A two-piece bikini may be a standard mantra for beachwear nowadays, but a good vintage swimwear can actually do the trick to make you the beauty of the beach. A typical one-piece retro swimwear that covers your waistline and accentuates the dips and curves of your body and leaves a lot to your imagination is proven to be sexy as it flaunts every exposed part. The trick of retro swimwear is to cover a woman's body with sensuality instead of bravely flaunting it.
Actresses like Meg Ryan, Taylor Swift or the fictional character Miranda Hobbes have drawn attention to the age-old way of grooving on the beach. The best-known style of retro swimwear is a two-piece suit with a skirt in the middle of the waist that covers the navel and is not prude, but seductive. A simple one-piece with a tube top that ends on top of the thighs with different patterns from different designers, is the most famous form of retro swimwear.
If you want to take a look at the beach, go in the retro style. Even bikinis never attract attention.