Sheer String Slingshot Swim Suits
Skimpy Microkinis - Tiny Bikini Bottoms
Super Extreme Thong Swimsuits - Micro Mini Swimwear
Tops come in several different styles and cuts, including a halter-style
neck that offers more coverage and support, a strapless bandeau, a rectangular
strip of fabric covering the breasts that minimizes large breasts, a top
with cups similar to a push-up bra, and the more traditional triangle cups
that lift and shape the breasts.
Additionall they vary in style and cut and in the amount of coverage they offer,
coverage ranging anywhere from complete underwear-style coverage, as in the
case of more modest styles, like briefs, shorts, or briefs with a small
skirt-panel attached, to almost full exposure.
Skimpier styles have narrow sides, including V-cut (in front), French cut
(with high-cut sides) and low-cut string (with string sides). In just one
major fashion show in 1985 were two-piece suits with cropped tank tops instead
of the usual skimpy bandeaux, were extreme suits that are one-piece
in back, suspender straps, ruffles, and daring, navel-baring cutouts. Subsequent
variations on the theme include the tankini, thong string bottoms, slingshot, minimini, teardrop, and micro.
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Crotchless Monokini and Microkinis
Monokini designs in the early 21st century are, unlike the original design, one-piece swimsuits that cover both women's breasts and backside. The designs include large cut-outson the sides, back, or front. The cutouts are connected with varying fabrics, including mesh, chain, and other materials to link the top and backside sections together. From the back the it will appear to look like a two-piece swimsuit. The appearance may not be functional but aesthetic. Some are designed with as crotchless or g-string style backs and others are designed for full coverage.
G-stringstyle consists of an elastic string, as opposed to a strip
of fabric, connecting the front and the waistband in the rear. It is also
called a Rio
C-strings are designed for use as beachwear, which reduces
the tan lines that would have been left by the side straps of even a g-string.
It's composed of a C shaped piece between the legs held in place firmly
by a flexible internal frame. Since there is no material around the waist,
it eliminates the panty lines which thongs and other underwear create.