If you are a fan of skimpy swimwear, then you’ll want to pay attention to my posts over the winter and spring as we start to gear up for swimwear season. I am going to be showcasing a new swimwear line that I have worn, and I hope to bring you a few posts each month sharing my experience with some brands you may not be as familiar with. As most of you know, I am primarily a thong wearer so that we will start with those. I will also add that I do not care for suits with wide, branded waistbands, so I will not be focusing on those. I will be structuring my posts into a series that focuses on the skimpier styles with string style sides, or at minimum smaller waistbands.
I am particularly fond of suits with g-string style backs, as I really like the tan lines they leave behind. My take is if you’re going to show off a little bit of ass at the pool or on the beach, then what’s really the difference between a g-string or thong? I have always had the same thought s about wearing a speedo style suit because what’s really the difference-I am one of the few converts that went straight from a pair of shorts to a thong! All or nothing right?
I am not as fond of suits with a flat front that do not accentuate your package. Instead, I really like suits that emphasize your package. “Push-Out” or “missile” style suits are my favorite because they give me more confidence in the illusion of a larger package. If you are smaller than average one of these styles may give you the confidence to wear a thong out on the beach or to your apartment pool. Conversely, if you aren’t shy and you just want to show off what you already have, a push-out style may be a lot of fun for you to wear on your next vacation. Give it a try and let me know what you think!
I do keep it legal and do not wear mesh or net style suits, as they are not legal on the beaches that I visit. I also enjoy having the tan lines that the side and back straps leave behind, and even being reminded well into the fall and winter of all of the time I can spend out in the sun during the swimwear season!
Please let me know if there are any styles that you would like to see my review in the future or if you are particularly fond of a specific brand or line! I look forward to trying out some new styles and old, and getting to experiment with new colors and fabrics as we get ready to move into the 2018 swim season!