New boob-baring bikini trend emerges at Miami Swim Week 2024

Australian beaches will soon be filled with women in bikinis with revealing breasts after the new skin-baring swimwear trend caused a stir at a recent catwalk show.

Unlike the usual triangle bikini tops that we are all familiar with and which reveal a lot of breast, this new version has been designed to show as much breast as possible, but still cover the wearer’s nipples – thus saving her from being accused of causing a public nuisance.

The sultry new bikini trend was recently unveiled at Miami Swim Week 2024, an annual industry event known for predicting and setting the trends of the coming year, proving that it won’t be long before the bold, bare-breasted swimmers hit our shores.

Berry Beachy Swimwear presented a range of new revealing bikinis featuring visible underwire, a sexy trend that has recently taken over the world of lingerie.

Alexa Collins, an American model who participated in the brand’s fashion show, was photographed wearing a silver dress that featured a thin bar across the chest, with the underwire enclosing her breasts.

The bottoms were equally tight and matched the glittery fabric of the bra.

Fans of the model, who has 2.7 million followers on Instagram, were quick to praise the look after she shared a series of behind-the-scenes photos.

“The heat is here,” one proclaimed, while another raved, “A pure goddess.”

“This is so cute,” wrote someone else.

And one said: “I love the lingerie.”

“Such a sexy bikini, is it meant to be worn as lingerie?” agreed another.

These weren’t the only lingerie-style swimsuits to hit the runway. Many models rocked the new style in a range of different colors and patterns, this time designed by Olivia London Swimwear.

One model was seen in a gold version of the stunning swimsuit, which was decorated with small triangles covering the lower half of her chest.

While another wore a similar piece from Olivia London Swimwear in striking yellow and turquoise.

Another skimpy variation featured an additional cutout at the bottom of the chest, giving a glimpse of the “underbust” of the already daring new design.

Although the two-pieces are the definition of “barely visible” swimwear, they don’t come cheap: Olivia London Swimwear sells its busty bikini for $375, which is about $565 Australian dollars.

According to the brand’s website, the bikinis are “made to order” and hand-set with colorful stones.

The bold style is so popular that it is currently “sold out” but can be purchased on pre-order.

This isn’t the only offensive new swimwear trend to be seen at Miami Swim Week this year. Several designers also debuted the “rosette bikini” – a two-piece with eye-catching flowers on the chest instead of the usual bra.

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