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How committed are you to summer's crochet trend? Mildly, like only-buy-one-top-and-wear-it-on-a-summer-Friday committed, or full-blown, let's-make-everything-crochet committed? It seems like fashion brands are betting on the latter, as crochet bikinis and one-pieces once again rank highly among swimwear offerings this season. And you can choose your own adventure—or, rather, take on the trend: Go subtle with a crochet trim lining a triangle-top bikini, or embrace the texture with a fully crocheted one-piece. Just don't be surprised when you lock eyes with another crochet-loving beach-goer over the next few months.
At one time, a vast sand-dune wilderness (now the Sunset and Richmond districts) separated Ocean Beach from the rest of San Francisco. Development came in the late 19th century when a steam railroad was put in place to bring people to a fashionable resort on the outskirts of town. Later the Cliff House, and the now-gone Sutro Baths and Playland at the Beach amusement park was put in place. Today, Ocean Beach is still as popular for seaside drives, brisk jogs, and sunset walks as it was in the early 1900s.
Some commercial snorkeling organizations require snorkelers at their venue to wear an inflatable vest, similar to a personal flotation device. They are usually bright yellow or orange and have a device that allows users to inflate or deflate the device to adjust their buoyancy. However, these devices hinder and prevent a snorkeler from free diving to any depth. Especially in cooler water, a wetsuit of appropriate thickness and coverage may be worn; wetsuits do provide some buoyancy without as much resistance to submersion. In the tropics, snorkelers (especially those with pale skin) often wear a rashguard or a shirt and/or board shorts in order to help protect the skin of the back and upper legs against sunburn.[citation needed]
In Europe, 17-year-old Brigitte Bardot wore scanty bikinis (by contemporary standards) in the French film Manina, la fille sans voiles ("Manina, the girl unveiled"). The promotion for the film, released in France in March 1953, drew more attention to Bardot's bikinis than to the film itself. By the time the film was released in the United States in 1958 it was re-titled Manina, the Girl in the Bikini. Bardot was also photographed wearing a bikini on the beach during the 1957 Cannes Film Festival. Working with her husband and agent Roger Vadim she garnered significant attention with photographs of her wearing a bikini on every beach in the south of France.[92]
Have you been dreaming of warm summer days lying under palm trees at the beach or floating in the ocean on your surfboard? We have, and to prepare ourselves for the long awaited arrival of our favorite summer season we’ve been working hard on the designs for this season’s bikinis for women. At ROXY, we’re experts when it comes to surf lifestyle and beachwear, and our bikinis provide the best possible designs for you to slip into this summer. Bikinis are a staple of any surfer girl or beach bum’s wardrobe, and we want to make sure you’re dressed in the best when it comes to your day of fun in the sun.
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