I want this. While probably unintentional in its design, just glancing at this girl makes it look as though her body is being censored.
The bikini is made by local design company Cover Sun Conscious Clothing, which specializes in sportswear and swimwear with built in UPF 50+ protection. In this case, that added barrier will not do the model much good -- that suit only covers .2 percent of her body.
See the company's entire line here and at Neiman's, which picked up some of Cover's sun-smart clothing earlier this year. Rather talk to the gals behind the brand? Go to Samuel Lynne Gallery on Wednesday, July 25. Company founders Lisa Moore and Robyn Stevens lead a discussion regarding better skin care through fashion in an event hosted by Dallas' Fashionistas. There's a five dollar suggested donation.
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