In the year When it hit in the 2000s, the tankini, originally designed by Ann Cole, became a beach staple. According to Insider, she showed off casual bikini bottoms paired with what looked like a tank top.
Tankini, however, does not dominate. Other styles soon emerged, notably the sporty designs introduced by Speedo, which led designers to take a more minimalist approach. Before long, high-end swimwear was also very simple. Sports swimwear became more desirable when the movie “Blue Kris” came out, and mixing and matching tops and bottoms became popular again.
70s metal colors They returned in 2003, and in 2006, the 60s monokini became popular again. However, this time around it wasn’t completely over-the-top swimwear, but instead focused on pushing the bare skin as far as possible – it just feels right. In the year Chevron patterns dominated the catwalks in 2004, while plunging necklines were all the rage in 2005. As for accessories, the sarong was incredibly popular and was worn with both bikinis and one-pieces. In the year Around 2009, the ’80s color blocking trend made another comeback.
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