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Saturday, 3 May 2014

Monokini Swimsuits

Monokini swimsuit was born in 1964 when an Austrian designer Rudi Gernreich invented it. The original design was just a bottom with two thin straps as the upper half, making it impossible to cover the chest including the breasts. This design was clearly intended for the European market where topless bathing is part of the culture and a common tradition.

A monokini swimsuit is made to show off beautiful body curves and distinct sense of style. It is a fashion statement, an individual's unique way of presenting glamour to the outside world.

One of the sexiest monokini swimsuits is one that covers the woman's upper chest. It gives the onlooker something to delight their imagination with while at the same time, have enough view of the curves and the flesh of a woman. The emphasized cut of the fabric to show the stomach, the upper back or lower back gives an irresistible sexiness and appeal.

Monokini swimsuit is perfect for women with long upper bodies, full breasts and tiny waist. It can only be ideal for women with a proportional body shape or an hour glass figure. Sadly, monokini swimsuit will not flatter athletic or straight bodied women as it will not look good in the non-fleshy area of the body.

There is a variation of a monokini swimsuit from every designer. There is a halter top, bandeau top, and deep plunge top to show the torso and cleavage. It can even be strapless or under wired.

This kind of swimsuit gives a chance to the not so self confident as well as those women who are used to wearing bikinis to be more discrete or seductive as compared to other bikini designs.

There is nothing better than being able to look sexy yet covered enough to hide those ugly body parts that women tries so hard to conceal. The flexibility of the design of a monokini swimsuit can provide that to all types of women who desires to show and look their best.

It is essential to note though that not all swimming areas in the world permit the wear of a monokini swimsuit. There are pools and beaches that are conservative and still adhere to the traditional bathing suit. This is purposely to not draw too much attention in the difference of wearing a monokini and to just let the beach lovers enjoy the sun and the heat.

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