By Daily Mail Australia Reporter. If Tammy Hembrow was eager for attention on Tuesday morning, she certainly got it. The Instagram model made jaws drop to the floor when she posed wearing a 'naked bikini'.
This website contains age restricted materials! You declare under penalty of perjury that you are at least 18 years of age, consent to viewing adult-oriented materials and agree with all the Terms and Conditions. My babe knows just how much I love sweets and candy so for my birthday she had a very special surprise for me: a candy thong bikini!
For me, putting on a bikini is already dancing dangerously close to public nudity. As someone who isn't averse to showing a little skin but isn't particularly flashy eitherI'm all for devoting myself to a flattering suit every summer. But I've never before entertained the idea of a skin-colored suit.
But just when we'd wrapped our heads around the "naked" bikini phenomenon which is clogging up our Instagram feeds, a new daring style is set to knock this trend off its pedestal. That's right, you can now buy a swimsuit so racy that you basically look like you're not wearing anything at all Australian model Tammy Hembrow has partnered up with daring swimwear brand Minimale Animale to create a collection of pieces which can only be described as "for poolside posing only". Ahead of the launch next week, the Instagram star shared photos of her modelling the risque one-piece with her 10 million followers.
Created in collaboration with Andi Bagus. Tie string top and bottom. Cheeky cut bottom that can be made smaller or stretched out depending on your preference.
Australian mum Tammy Hembrow's latest swimwear pic has almost crashed the internet. That's the question a model was bombarded with after she revealed her new two-piece swimwear on Instagram. The mum-of-two, who is a fitness trainer from the Gold Coast, posted the pics saying: "For the sun lovers.
Australian super-influencer Tammy Hembrow has caused confusion over her latest piece of swimwear. These snaps left people asking where the swimmers were. But this is definitely no accident.
Our Instagram feeds have been filled with teeny-weeny swimmers for months, with designs such as the "naked" bikini and the "underboob" bikini taking off online — but leaving many of us questioning the state of the world we live in. Now a woman has discovered that while these barely-there bikinis look great on social media, the reality of wearing one in real-life is actually pretty awkward. Things all started to unravel for the year-old Taiwanese traveller when she decided to wear her "piece of string" bikini while visiting popular tourist island of Boracay in the Philippines. However, the locals apparently didn't take too kindly to the Taiwanese tourist's bum-baring bathers, shaming her choice in swimwear on the Philip Pine Tastic Facebook.
A bikini is typically a women's two-piece swimsuit featuring two triangles of fabric on top, similar to a bra and covering the woman's breastsand two triangles of fabric on the bottom, the front covering the pelvis but exposing the navel, and the back covering the buttocks. In MayParisian fashion designer Jacques Heim released a two-piece swimsuit design that he named the Atome. His skimpy design was risque, exposing the wearer's navel and much of her buttocks.