Now this is just what I needed when I was looking for a bathing suit! I could have shopped from home!
Now if you noticed, the first one (price point $150 to $200) looks like I could make it out of an old pair of hubby's jeans, some white shoelaces, and the lace of an old slip. (who wears slips anymore, anyway!) Le Doux should be spelled Le Dough! Target would give me two suits for $30.
The skirted one I might be able to make more body appropriate by pulling the skirt up and sewing it to the bra! Thank you Target. The black one with the buttons from Bettini, is just too teeny! Especially at $125.
The black and white ones with the bandeau tops--hmmmm.--maybe I could use a sweatband with a twist in the middle......If I could find a big enough, wide enough, head band. (Do they make sweat bands for elephants?) And the one with the stripes.....maybe if I stop by the state prison, I could get an old inmate uniform...they used to wear the black and white stripes before they gave in to the more trendy bright orange! I' m thinking frugality, here guys. A home made version of these designer suits at a fraction of the cost!
Now looking at the two "more daring" styles: That zebra print that's a combination of a bikini and a one piece looks like it could be a real problem in a "bathroom emergency," which at my age is likely to occur.....especially after a few margaritas and a cool breeze blowing in off the ocean! And the orange "Brazillian style," which she says means less coverage in the back; translation: THONG--at my age so WRONG!
I guess the video isn't that helpful after all. It's a case of too little, too late! It's too late for me to be wearing so little!