Tan lines included! Racy swimwear is mocked online because of its VERY impractical and hardly design – so would you wear it?
- An Australian swimwear line has released a very provocative piece
- The laser-cut Liana can be worn as a swimsuit or romper for nights out
- The spicy style has a full string bikini and is available in orange, white or black
As the days get longer and the temperatures rise, Australians begin to dream of the country's favorite location: the beach.
And quickly off the mark, the Australian swimwear line Karen Hurley promotes all its luxury summer collection with a particularly challenging piece called the Liana.
The spicy style promises to pump & # 39; hearts & # 39; with its geometric laser-cut front and dangerously high cutting edges.
This laser-cut one-piece piece by Australian swimwear designer Karen Hurley causes online commotion
Modesty also does not play at the back, with a scarce string that barely covers the rear.
Retailing for $ 99, the Liana is available in three shades – orange, white and black.
It is made to order in a heavy, scuba stretch fabric.
A scarce string offers minimal coverage for the rear
The Liana can be seen on Sydney Fashion Blogger – also known as Antoinette Marie – who shared a sultry mirror selfie in one piece with her million Instagram followers.
But although some loved the sexy swimwear, others were stunned by the panels and the cut-out garment.
& # 39; Interesting tan lines!, & # 39; wrote a woman.
Controversial swimwear trends are central this season
Others tagged their friends and joked: & # 39; Imagine the tan lines in it! & # 39;
Controversial trends in swimwear are central this season with bikinis with an underboob and full string swimsuits that can be seen everywhere on social media.
Australian influencers, including fitness sensation Tammy Hembrow and designer Sahara Ray, have been devotees of challenging swimwear for years and regularly fluctuate spicy styles on their much-followed Instagram feeds.
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