How bathing suits have changed!

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1920’s

1940’s

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1960’s

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1980’s

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2000

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2012

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7 thoughts on “How bathing suits have changed!”

  1. I like the first one! I def prefer a one piece and anything that covers my thighs is a plus in my book!

  2. I totally agree with you on that one. They have some really cute boy cut suits that I generally go with. I’m not all that fond of my thighs at this point 🙂

  3. same here. After 2 kids I am not all that thrilled with the bikini idea! Cover up’s are an important pool accessory!

  4. I love the 40’s one. I think it is so cute. I would buy that today. And it wouldn’t make me feel like I was buying a bathing suit because I was a mom, I was buying it because t was cute.

  5. For my body style, I think the older bathing suits are better. I don’t mind the newer ones, but some are just too small!

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