TopRq.com

rss_follow  tubmlr_follow twitter_follow


Rate this file (Rating : 4.5 / 5 with 2 votes)
silvercash bikini contest babes

Silvercash Bikini Contest Babes

From a 1949 Los Angeles Times report: "The bathing beauty queen—blond Bebe Shopp, 18, of Hopkins, Minn.—got an enthusiastic welcome in Paris, but she said she hasn't changed her mind about French swim suits. ... 'I don't approve of Bikini suits for American girls,' Bebe told her French interviewers. 'The French girls can wear them if they want to, but I still don't approve of them on American girls." Brigitte Bardot is recognized for popularizing bikini swimwear in early films such as Manina (Woman without a Veil, 1952), in her appearances at Cannes and in many photo shoots. with Bardot identified as the original Cannes bathing beauty.
Bikini variants
The bikini has spawned many stylistic variations. A regular bikini is defined as a two pieces of garments that cover the groin and buttocks at the lower end and the breasts in the upper end. Some bikinis can offer a large amount of coverage, while other bikinis provide only the barest minimum. Topless variants may still be considered bikinis, although technically no longer two-piece swimsuits. Along with a variation in designs, the term bikini was followed by an often hilarious lexicon including the monokini (top part missing), seekini (transparent bikini), tankini (tank top, bikini bottom), camikini (camisole top and bikini bottom) and hikini. Since fashions of different centuries exist beside one another in early 21st century, though it is possible to imagine a woman combining a bikini and a 1910 bathing costume.

File information
Filename:203920.jpg
Album name:People & Humanity
Rating (2 votes):55555
Keywords:#silvercash #bikini #contest #babes
Filesize:38 KiB
Date added:Sep 23, 2009
Dimensions:450 x 627 pixels
Displayed:271 times
URL:displayimage.php?pid=203920
Favorites:Add to Favorites