How to Get a Bikini G-String

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How to Get a Bikini G-String
Get a Bikini G-String

Get a bikini g-string to show off your best assets while you bask in the sun. This form of swimwear is sometimes called a micro string or mini bikini. Like the popular bikinis of the '60s, some of the modern suits are designed with laces you can tie on each side of your hips.

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    Get a string bikini to wear to the beach or swimming pool. When you purchase this type of g-string bikini, be sure the strings fit comfortably when tied on each side of your hips and that the front of the bikini fully covers your intimate areas.

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    Select a v-string bikini bottom for added coverage. Unlike a regular bikini g-string, this style has a v-shaped patch of fabric in the front and back that is sometimes referred to as a v-back. Such a bottom lends more support, adds an extra flash of color and enhances the curves of your body.

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    Choose a micro bikini for your bottom end. You can easily slip these panties right on the same way you would a g-string. It has a v-shaped front with a thin band that rests on the small of your back. Get the best tan and safety with this style of bikini with no side strings to worry about.

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    Look at a wide selection of shapes to find what fits best with your physique. Women who want more coverage in the front choose micro bikini bottoms with their wider patches. A regular g-string front has approximately 2 inches of fabric, whereas a wider mini has about 4 inches at the largest section of the material.

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    Purchase your g-string bikini. To get the best feel and fit, choose sites that offer solid exchange and return policies before you order any merchandise. If you are not happy with your product, be sure to stay within the guidelines of the store's policy for a new size or refund.

Tips and warnings

  • Be comfortable in your new g-string bikini. Consider getting a bikini wax to remove the hair lining your crotch and groin. A simple g-string looks best against smooth skin.
  • Although they call it a swimsuit, you might want to show some caution when hitting the surf in a g-string bikini. Due to its loose and dainty design, you run the risk of revealing a lot more than you bargained for in the undertow. To fully enjoy the ocean or water sports, rely on a thong or regular bikini.

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