3 wildest bikini trends of 2019

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3 wildest bikini trends of 2019

From the catwalk to real life, 2019 saw many wild styles and trendy splashes in swimsuits for women. And although many good, bad and ugly swimsuits were news this year, three memorable fashions will soon not be forgotten.

While it remains to be determined whether the shameless beach lovers ultimately wear such bold bikinis in the warmer months ahead, 2019 certainly taught beach girls everywhere a critical lesson: most important What you have to wear is trust.

1. Bra inspired bikinis

Underwear became warm clothes when stars like Emily Ratajkowski and Olivia Culpo hugged lingerie-inspired swimsuits. Fashion was far from the total coverage options that were popular the previous summer.

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2. The "loincloth" trend

For those who really dared to undress, loincloth bikini bottoms were the center of attention in 2019. Rita Ora, Kourtney Kardashian and Ashley Graham (above) were among celebrities and influential people who shook Tarzan's trend.

3. Trimmed one-piece swimsuits

Perhaps an omen of what is to come, Bella Hadid and Kylie Jenner adopted the same cut-out swimsuit look at the end of the year.

"The only thing about this piece is that it offers the coverage and support of a piece, along with the sensuality of a 90s high-cut bikini," swimwear designer Melissa Simone Gardner told the New York Post about it $ 140 strapless suit Both modeled on Instagram.

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"I have always loved the high-cut silhouette because of its ability to create and improve a woman's curves," Gardener said of the "extremely versatile" one-piece swimsuit style.

Honorable mention: Trust, because "everyone swells up!"

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In a related story, two of the most popular bikini bloggers in Australia were praised for hugging their bodies and showing their "swollen" bellies in a series of unedited images this year.

"FLASH NEWS: the swelling is normal and just because I don't have a six pack doesn't mean I'm not beautiful," the influential Ariella Nyssa wrote on Instagram in November, in a post that included photos by the pool with her friend Karina Irby .

“You swell, I swell, ALL BLOATS! Don't you dare to feel inferior about it, "Nyssa said.