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To balance the usual onslaught of itty-bitty bikinis at the Mercedes Benz swim fashion shows in Miami this past week, designers offered something a little more practical for women who go to the beach to, well, actually swim. Sporty swimwear catered to surfers and other watersport fanatics with trendy one-pieces, separates anchored by connecting cutouts, high-necklines, zippers, boy-shorts and another season of high-waisted bottoms. From zipper details to trendy one pieces and rash guard neoprene T-shirts, wet-suit chic informed an array of sporty swimwear that covered a little more skin that the average bikini.Next season, shopping for bathing suits should be less of an ordeal of ladies sporting more in the back as swimwear designers offered a range of fuller bottoms, high-waisted bikinis and boy-shorts.Even one-piece bathing suits had peekaboo tummy cutouts above the waistline.Another, albeit far more revealing, skirt bottom was seen among Luli Fama's very typically tropical swimsuits.
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