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    Skirtkini

    According to Elizabeth Davies, entertainment editor of the Rockford (Ill.) Register-Star, the most popular swimsuit style this season is inspired by the skating dress.

    "This year, the suit du jour has a short, straight skirt a la Michelle Kwan (with either a bikini top or a tank top).

    "Immediately, I took a dislike to the skirt-suit. It just screams, 'Hmm. Wonder what she’s hiding under there?'

    "But then I realized there’s another side to the coin. What’s worse: Making people assume you have something to hide — or actually showing them something you should be hiding?"

    http://www2.onehanesplace.com/productrf/1611411055/

    MM

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    Gliding Along dlkksk8fan's Avatar
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    That would make a good skating outfit.

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    It reminds me of the bathing suit my mother used to wear. I just don't want to look like my fashion sense stopped way baack when

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    Figure Skating Is A Dangerous Sport Dee4707's Avatar
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    .........and it only cost $33.

    Dee

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlkksk8fan
    That would make a good skating outfit.
    ITA !
    It looks really nice, and it's much better than a lot of skating dresses
    I've seen (namely ice dance).
    My fave is the red/black one.



    --Hermy

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    I love that look. I wouldn't mind if they brought back the "swimming dress" for that matter...... 42

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee4707
    .........and it only cost $33.

    Dee
    Obviously that's not a NY or LA website. Can't get a bathing suit in those or other "hot" urban areas for anything less than the price of a new Ferrari.

    Rgirl

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