As Memorial Day weekend quickly approaches, the one thing on every girl's mind is what swimsuit she is going to wear. This weekend marks the beginning of summer despite the fact that it's only 66 degrees and partly sunny more like partly cloudy, but we're looking on the bright side here. Finding a bathing suit sounds easy, right? You can't wear those cute little bandeau bathing suits because they offer absolutely no support, so you look as if you've recently given birth to a child. String bikinis are a great option, but then you have the whole under boob thing to concern yourself with.
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Back in my day, a bikini was a bikini. It had a pair of bottoms, which covered our bottom, and a top, which covered our boobs. They weren't particularly exciting, unless you accidentally bought a white one which turned transparent in the water and left you cowering in the sea till nightfall. There were two main options for the bikini-wearing woman. You had your simple bandana strapless option, of which I had a marvellous example in tasteful faux leather.
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McKinney was somehow able to escape nip-slip-free, but that doesn't mean that she was skating on thin wardrobe malfunction ice over the course of her day. And while she seemed to be fully aware that photographers were watching her every move, McKinney joked around and stuck her tongue out to make several funny faces. But that facial expressions did little to draw the eyes up, if you get what we're sayin'. But aside from her barely there stringy top, the model's bikini bottoms appeared to be even smaller! Hard to believe, right?
Skip navigation! Story from Fashion. As excited as we are for beach season, it doesn't come without its challenges — namely, finding that perfect swimsuit for lounging by the sea. Whether you're trying to squeeze into bandeau tops or covertly mismatching suits in the dressing room because you need an XL top and an M bottom, finding support, comfort, and style is easier said than done.