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Friday, May 30, 2008

Extreme Bikinis are here to stay. With the increase worldwide of daring brands such as Donna Flor, women everywhere are sporting the tiniest micro thongs and tops in an attempt to barely cover themselves. Pioneered by Wicked Weazel in Australia, brands like Donna Flor from Brazil have produced ever increasingly small designs. The shapes are unique, no more so than the 'tear-drop' design which gives minimum coverage and also the infamous Brazilian design of the cheese-cutter back. The aim is to get maximum tan coverage and little else, although many girls sport them to show off their bodies as some designs are made from sher fabric that is semi-transparent when wet. In a society where the media is telling everyone that its fine to be large and thats its normal to be over-weight, sales of these tiny swimwear pieces begs to differ. There is a growing market of women who are slim and in good shape and dont mind showing this off on the beach! Appealing to all ages from the early twenties to mid-forties. Women look better than ever for longer, forget the tankinis and all those revolting middle-aged cover-ups! dare to bare in Micro Donna Flor's.
Minimus is a micro bikini by Donna Flor and sold exclusively in Europe by Priced at only £24.95 and coming in 10 colourways it really is very good value. Donna Flor bikinis all have a trademark label stitched into the front of the string. Sold as small, medium or large it is recommended that the fuller the breast the larger the size you would need. Picture by John Banford.

Badestring Extreme Bikini also by Donna Flor is the teeniest bikini they make! Just covering the nipples, it is barely there and has a very micro string. Available in five colourways and priced at £24.95 it is one of their most popular designs. All Donna Flor bikinis are made with Dupont® Lycra and are made from swimwear performance fabric. the colours are bright and it is recommended to wash out bikinis that have been in contact with chlorine and sun oils to avoid staining or bleaching. The various designs mix and match, so you can decide how much or how little coverage you want on top or bottom!

Well, we think at, if you've got it ... flaunt it!

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Sunday, May 25, 2008

More new arrivals this week! Valege Swimwear has landed with gorgeous designs in this seasons latest trends of 'Brights & Solids' plus 'Bohemian' at The Baracoa bikini pictured is the only underwired and molded cup bikini in the collection. Priced at only £39.95 it is superb value as well as wonderful quality. Made from performance swimwear fabric and fully lined, Baracoa has a matching skirt/pareo available to buy. The detail is in the tassel attached belt with a silver ring and this is repeated on the pareo. Available in White, black or glorious bright orange!

Also new from Valege is the flirty Mayata bikini which has stunning Aztec pewter embellishments on the brief. This also comes in a stunning dark Olive, perfect for tanned or dark skins but equally flattering for freckled redheads.

A new range of footwear is now available from Columbian designer brand Phax. This includes a range of hessian-heeled wedge mules and super thick soled flipflops. The thongs of both ranges are very soft viscose designed to co-ordinate with the beach pants but equally match all the swimwear on

Check out the Valege swimwear, theres six new designs to choose from in small, medium and large - all with adjustable tops for superior fit and comfort. ideal for swimming with the fmily and still managing to look sexy and stylish!

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