Instead of wearing swimsuits, many beauties choose thin two-piece dresses when taking pictures on the beach.
“Female lieutenant” in the movie “Underground storm” Cao Thai Ha wears a silk dress with two straps to take pictures at the sea.
Summer comes, swimsuits become the most popular beach and pool wear. However, trends are always changing. Many beauties choose to break with other items, for example, two-piece dresses made of thin, light materials.
Jun Vu also loves flying slim designs like this.
Some people commented that this style of wearing is quite impressive because it is new and quite suitable for the marine space because they have a degree of flight that shows the femininity and grace of women.
Therefore, from Vietnamese stars to hot girls on social networks, all of them have worn this type of clothing. In addition, when taking pictures underwater, the outfit gently hugs the body, as if doubling the girls’ sexy look.
“Hot girl in the West” – Mai Sang used to attract attention when wearing a silk dress to the beach.
One of the sexy photo shoots of “sleeping beauty” – Nha Tien.
What do women wear to the beach?
Going back in time, beachwear fashion has changed a lot. In the 18th century, swimming in the sea became a popular leisure activity. Women usually wear loose robes. Entering the 19th century, bathing suits became more fitting like imitations of the female figure. However, they are quite thick, when soaked in water will hinder movement.
At first, women’s bathing costumes were quite thick and discreet.
Discreet design with high neckline, long sleeves, knee length skirt. Underneath, they also wore another pair of pants. During the 20th century, women’s beachwear underwent significant transformations due to the diversity of materials as well as more open fashion trends. After World War I, women’s swimsuit trends began to differ across continents.
The production of bikini marks the change of swimsuit fashion.
Later, it was also featured in magazines as a fashion garment. The introduction of lastex made a change in swimwear thanks to its water resistance and shape retention. They are often combined with man-made fibers to create stretchy, shiny fabrics. At the same time, its design has also been tied at the waist to further accentuate the figure.
They are increasingly becoming smaller and more flattering to the wearer’s figure.
One of the most important swimwear moments was the introduction of the bikini in 1946 with a two-piece design. Then, the movie industry with its Hollywood glamor spurred the swimwear industry, which glorified the female figure. Since then, swimwear has been constantly renewed and witnessed many different exchanges.
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