Woman fined for tiny G-string bikini. From here on in, should be known as the year swimwear officially shrunk. Now a woman has discovered that while these barely-there bikinis look great on social media, the reality of wearing one in real-life is actually pretty awkward.
Lin Tzu Ting, 26, was on holiday from Taiwan with her boyfriend when the pair decided to visit Puka Beach on the island of Boracay. She chose to wear a skimpy white thong bikini for the occasion — but found herself being stared at by shocked onlookers. She and her boyfriend were taken to the police station with a hotel representative at 5.
A lot of swimsuit trends come and go, but barely-there bikinis have been a swimwear staple for decades, and right now they're having a serious moment. And despite there not being much to these itty-bitty bikinis, there is a surprising amount of diversity when it comes to styles. Sweet gingham suits, strappy pieces with BDSM vibes, and retro cuts that drip with cool-girl appeal — there is a suit to fit every aesthetic.
The string bikini caused a fuss in Boracay. Source: Facebook Source:Whimn. A woman has been fined for wearing a skimpy "piece of string" bikini on the Philippines island of Boracay. The pics were posted on Facebook page Philip Pine Tasticwith comments suggesting the woman should have shown more respect to local conservative culture.
An Australian model has shocked fans after showcasing a pair of barely there bikini bottoms on her Instagram account. The year-old from Queensland had a deep sun tan and styled her blonde locks straight for the impromptu photo shoot - but all eyes were on the costume choice. This is not the first time Gabrielle has been spotted wearing a revealing bathing suit and she regularly shares photos wearing string bikinis and skimpy one pieces.
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First we had the Love Island girls take the underboob bikini to all new extremesfollowed by the resurgence of duct tape swimwear and now there's a new style that's so flesh-flashing that it's hardly worth wearing at all. The daring bikini set is designed by Australian fashion house Karen Hurley and is described on the website as a style "not for the faint hearted". And bearing in mind the string detail which hardly cover your behind, the "Slash" makes Revival Swimwear's bum-clenchingly high-cut bikini bottoms look like a beach cover-up in comparison.
Yeah, you can actually get swimsuits this skimpy in the Xtreme Beach Volleyball spinoffs. While Moral Guardians have been complaining about swimsuits showing too much skin as long as there have been swimsuits, this trope really took off after the introduction of the bikini. To qualify, a swimsuit must be described or reacted to in terms of how small it is, or how much it shows.
Our Instagram feeds have been filled with teeny-weeny swimmers for months, with designs such as the "naked" bikini and the "underboob" bikini taking off online — but leaving many of us questioning the state of the world we live in. Now a woman has discovered that while these barely-there bikinis look great on social media, the reality of wearing one in real-life is actually pretty awkward. Things all started to unravel for the year-old Taiwanese traveller when she decided to wear her "piece of string" bikini while visiting popular tourist island of Boracay in the Philippines. However, the locals apparently didn't take too kindly to the Taiwanese tourist's bum-baring bathers, shaming her choice in swimwear on the Philip Pine Tastic Facebook.