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how old is too old for a two piece swim suite?


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I want to wear two piece swimming suit and I was wondering how old it too old to wear two piece swim suite?   What do you think?
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Who cares? If you are comfortable in it, who cares how old you are? Who cares what others think? When I'm a little old lady I will wear whatever the he## I want! And if anybody has a problem with it, I'll just pretend I'm senile. ;)

Hm...Ive just see plenty of pics with celebs wearing bikins into their fifties. I'd say it depends a bit on the texture of your skin, the style of suit and, most of all, what you're feel confident in.

I never even thought of it before. If you feel good in it, I don't think it matters.

I don't think it has as much to do with age as how you carry yourself in it and if it's tasteful.  There are classy bikinis and then there are g-strings made of edible mesh...which are not appropriate for any age, actually.

I didn't answer that question at all really hehe.

87

No... sorry, I think the cutoff is totally 86.  87!?  What are you thinking in a two piece at that age?  ;)

I am 36.  I wear my two piece and anyone who doesn't like my wrinkles and stretch marks can kiss it!

Never. In fact, if you piss off some self entitled fashion police, count it as +1 from karma.

when did people start wearing swimsuits to the beach?

Original Post by suzushii:

Never. In fact, if you piss off some self entitled fashion police, count it as +1 from karma.

HA! Excellent.

 The cut off is when you're dead.

Original Post by phoebe_luvs_smallville:

 The cut off is when you're dead.

I mean, unless you really want to be buried in a bikini.  Everyone's into somethin'. 

Original Post by phoebe_luvs_smallville:

 The cut off is when you're dead.

Does that mean that stating in the will that you want to be buried in your bikini is out?

Original Post by purespark:

Original Post by phoebe_luvs_smallville:

 The cut off is when you're dead.

I mean, unless you really want to be buried in a bikini.  Everyone's into somethin'. 

 ^5

Original Post by purespark:

Original Post by phoebe_luvs_smallville:

 The cut off is when you're dead.

I mean, unless you really want to be buried in a bikini.  Everyone's into somethin'. 

This is becoming your tagline. And I likes it.

But then...everyone's into somethin'.

*pays Sparkie a dollar*

I'm 51 - I am going to get a 2 piece body by the end of this summer- that is my goal to have hot abs and back to show off in a 2 piece.  Currently I am rocking the back and have the start of some great abs - there is that one roll that is holding me back. 

I don't think its the belly that keeps me so much from a 2 piece but I don't like my thighs - so that is something else I need work on.  I think as long as you feel comfortable displaying the belly then go for it.

I've seen some young people that should not be allowed in a swimsuit of any piece and yet there they are!

Original Post by kathygator:

Original Post by purespark:

Original Post by phoebe_luvs_smallville:

 The cut off is when you're dead.

I mean, unless you really want to be buried in a bikini.  Everyone's into somethin'. 

This is becoming your tagline. And I likes it.

But then...everyone's into somethin'.

*pays Sparkie a dollar*

*gives the dollar to Nick*  I totally stole that from him.  :D 

Here's Helen Mirren in one.

I think she pulls it off:

http://misspublished.files.wordpress.com/2010 /10/helen-mirren-bikini.jpg

Original Post by phoebe_luvs_smallville:

 The cut off is when you're dead

I agree!

I'm 62 and still wear a bikini.

She looks great. However, many older ladies I've seen in bikinis need to put them away.

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