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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Fashionable Beach Swimwear & Cover Ups from 1965

Today we look at 1965 beach fashions of bold color and unusual designs.

Jantzens blazing dune bug stripe and polka dot two piece suit with accompanying cover up.

Jantzens black two piece black nylon midriff creation is called Net Profit.

Two piece hip rider suit by Cole features stunning orange and yellow flowers on a black background. Sleeved Ban-lon jersey outfit also includes a novel fish net coverall.

Coles' orange and yellow swimsuit features a stunning design taken from a Gauguin painting and is accompanied by a coyly seductive pareo, slit to the hip line.

Two piece sweater like swimsuit made of Acrilan off white cable knit with maillot trunks.

Sea B's bridal white lace bikini is paired with a transparent lace jacket which closes in the back.

Jantzens' Net Profit suit is my favorite, how about you?


Victoria said...

Some great suits here. I really like the pink polka dots. I have a few swim suit patterns from the 40s that I'm thinking about reproducing, maybe using modern swimsuit fabric. I like them because they cover the body a little bit more, similiar to how the ones you posted also cover around the leg area.

Jen O said...

Me too with the polka dot/stripes--especially the cover up, which I would love to wear!