One Australian brand’s skimpy swimsuit has gone viral for showing off pretty much everything.
Sydney brand Black Swallow Boutique is selling a very risqué $49 swimsuit, which has been ridiculed online for its extreme high-cut bottom and low-cut side boob top.
The Borcay one piece scoop neck swimsuit comes in an array of neon colours online, each one with a scoop neckline, a mid-cut back and Brazilian bottoms.
Since the brand posted images of the swimsuit to their Instagram page, its copped a lot of flak from people, who claim there’s no way they would be seen laying out on the beach in it.
“Looks totally comfortable! One to wear around families at the beach (sic), “ one person joked.
“I just figure once I’ve finally reached my goal of being able to lose my vagina, I’ll finally be able to fit into this. Can’t wait..” another person said on Facebook.
Others joked that it looked so ‘modest’ and is ‘one item of goal clothing’.
“Yaassss (sic). We would rock this! Would need a second one to cover left boob tho (sic),’ another wrote,” another person said.
The furore around the swimsuit comes one week after another Aussie brand went viral online for their extreme high-cut bikini bottoms.
Beginning Boutique shared a snap of Gold Coast-based influencer Olivia Mathers modelling a pair of bikini bottoms, which instantly sent fans into a frenzy.
The extreme high waist style bottoms retail for $49.95, but some followers felt wearing the swimwear would lead to the risk of revealing a lot more than most women would want.
“Unusual to get better belly button coverage over flap coverage in bather bottoms……,” one fan commented.
“Sweet lord, this would make my vagina look like a hedgehog stuck under a floorboard,” joked another.
“You’ve heard of the itty bitty titty comittee, But have you heard of the pants that barely cover the clitty,” one Facebook user wrote.
We tried the bottoms out for ourselves to see what all the fuss was about.
The verdict: Expect some discomfort, plenty of skin on show and a lot of stares at the beach.
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