Swimwear Trends to Avoid: The ‘Glamour’ suit by Baby Phat

Swimsuit

We had hoped we wouldn’t have to point this out to anyone, but we think it’s become important to note that there is a difference between "swimwear" and "starring in a porn movie-wear". It seems that Baby Phat have yet to realise that difference, which is presumably why they’re selling their Glamour Jewel One Piece Suit under the "swimwear" section of this website.

Wear this and trust us: the freaky tan lines will be the least of your worries….

5 Comments

  • June 12, 2008

    Arielle

    It’s really unflattering, too. The model obviously has a nice body, but the cut of the suit makes it appear that her breasts are sagging when they’re not.

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  • June 12, 2008

    Diana

    OMG fugly and vulgar

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  • June 12, 2008

    Danielle

    I think the suit’s too big for her, or the designer designed the flaps that cover her breasts to be too low.

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  • July 2, 2008

    Zoe

    One wrong move and your boob WILL come flying out.

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  • July 18, 2009

    Dior La' Mistress.

    where can i buy this at? please someone let me know! Diorlamistress@rocketmail.com

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Swimwear trends to avoid: the plunge one piece

Swimwear We were going to say that you’d need the body confidence of Elizabeth Hurley, who "designed" this swimsuit, to wear something like this, but then, even if you did, we can’t help thinking that there’s a time and a place for shiny swimwear that plunges almost to the navel, and that the beach/pool isn’t it.

Given the limited opportunities to wear it, then, this probably wouldn’t end up being the most useful swimsuit you’d ever buy, especially given the £120 price tag. Or would it? Would you wear something like this to the beach? And also: does anyone know if tit tape still works when it’s wet?

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  • April 16, 2008

    Cadi

    It does NOT. Learned that the hard way in a fabulous dress at an event that allowed dancing til you ‘glisten’…then bending over to wash my hands and realizing that my cup runneth over. Oy.
    Also, no love for the suit. I like to dive when I swim, and just…nuh uh.

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  • April 16, 2008

    The Fashion Police

    Oh no, Cadi! So, OK, * definitely * not buying any low cut items that have even the slightest possibility of getting wet, then!

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