Can you spot what’s unusual about these cheeky bikini photos?December 10, 2018
Can you spot what’s unusual about these bikini photos? The bizarre new swimwear trend set to take over Australian beaches this summer
- A group of Australian models are leading the pack on a new summer bikini trend
- They are wearing regular triangle bikini tops sideways to accentuate their chest
- Brands like Heartland & Baulch showcased a woman pulling off the stunning look
- Earlier this year the ‘upside down’ bikini, created in a similar way, took off online
As summer gets under way, swimwear designers are coming up with innovative ways for women to show off their curves in and out of the water.
But it would seem sometimes the best creatives are the bikini shoppers themselves, with models and customers alike buying regular triangle tops and giving them a modern update – no sewing machine required.
Australian label Heartland & Baulch shared an image of a model on Instagram wearing her swimsuit sideways – and it’s becoming a regular fixture on Instagram feeds.
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Australian label Heartland & Baulch shared an image of a model (left) on Instagram and American model Sierra Skye (right) has also worn the look online
Fellow American models Sofia Jamora and Sierra Skye, as well as UK influencer Hollie Parsons, have also been spotted rocking the trend in eye catching colourways, but some of their followers were confused by the look.
‘Where did you buy this top from? It’s so unique,’ someone wrote underneath a sultry photo of Sierra in a black top.
One very clued-up fan answered: ‘It’s a regular black top, love. The neck strings are just tied behind her back.’
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Fellow American models Sofia Jamora and Sierra Skye, as well as UK influencer Hollie Parsons (pictured), have also been spotted rocking the trend in eye catching colourways
You can even try the look with a one piece bikini (pictured on Sofia Jamora)
The trend of wearing an ‘upside down’ bikini took hold earlier in the year after Australian brand Cantik shared a cleavage-filled image online.
Unlike the traditional triangle bikini top the suit leaves a gaping hole in the middle of your chest – highlighting cleavage more than ever before.
The trick? You can create an ‘upside down’ bikini with any of the tops already in your wardrobe.
Australian swimwear label Cantik posted an image of a model wearing an ‘upside down’ bikini on Thursday (pictured)
Believed to be invented by Italian model Valentina Fradegrada the wearer simply ties a knot at the top of their chest with the halter straps and separates the ‘triangle’ portion of the material more than usual.
The only issue is that the bust is the only thing holding the bikini together – it isn’t supported by the straps.
So one rogue wave in the ocean would be enough to dislodge that tiny thread of fabric.
The trick? You can create an ‘upside down’ bikini with any of the tops already in your wardrobe
The only issue is that your chest is the only thing holding the bikini together – it isn’t held up by your neck or by straps over your shoulder
Some people were astounded by how enhanced it made their chest look, calling it an ‘instant boob job.’
But others were less convinced by it and said the style could only suit people with ‘specific breasts.’
‘My boobs would fall into the hole,’ one woman remarked.
Some people were astounded by how enhanced it made their chest look, calling it an ‘instant boob job’
So far the girls involved all appear to be from Europe, and specifically, Italy
‘Possibly the stupidest thing I’ve seen all day,’ another said, adding ‘it’s absolutely ridiculous.’
Valentina, the self-dubbed creator, has started an Instagram titled ‘Upside Down bikini’ to showcase other wearers of the fashion.
So far the girls involved all appear to be from Europe, and specifically, Italy.
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