White Bandeau Style Bikini
White Bandeau Style Bikini – AX Paris
The bikini has spawned many stylistic variations. A regular bikini is a two-piece swimsuit that together covers a female's crotch , buttocks , and breasts. Some bikini designs cover larger portions of the wearer's body while other designs provide minimal coverage. Topless variants are still sometimes considered bikinis, although they are technically not a two-piece swimsuit. While the name bikini was applied to the skimpy fashion that first revealed the wearer's navel, the fashion industry considers any two-piece swimsuit a bikini. A topless swimsuit may still be considered a bikini, although naturally it is no longer a two-piece swimsuit. The " -kini family" as dubbed by author William Safire  , including the " -ini sisters" as dubbed by designer Anne Cole  has grown to include a large number of subsequent variations, often with a hilarious lexicon.