It is widely known that modern bikinis, including high waisted cheeky bikinis, used to be unaccepted by most of people in the past due to their bold designs. Many public groups criticized them as capitalist decadence. And in 1949, France didn’t allow people to wear bikinis on beaches or other public places. But today, bikinis are accepted by people and even become the symbol of fashion. Why? Why did bikinis achieve such great change successfully? In the following part, more details will be given to help you find the answer.
Bikinis in pop culture
In 1946, modern bikinis were rolled out. From then on, they grew to be one part of pop culture regardless of disapproval. To some extent, it is pop culture that helps bikinis to be accepted by more and more people.
In 1960, Brian Hyland released his new song, Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini, which greatly inspired the fashion of wearing bikinis. People went to stores, struggling for buying a beautiful bikini. The white bikini worn by Ursula Andress was regarded as one of the most famous bikinis in the history. Many women desperately wanted to owe similar white bikinis. In 1962, the famous magazine Playboy presented a bikini on its cover for the first time. In 1963, Beach Party starred by Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon brought about a new wave of wearing bikinis.
As more and more stars wore bikinis to show themselves, people gradually realized the beauty of bikinis. At last, bikinis were accepted by the public. Many countries abolished the policy of not allowing their people to wear bikinis in public.
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