Women mock the new VERY high-cut bikini trend saying they’ve ‘had less intrusive smear tests’
Actress Elizabeth Hurley calls her line of swimwear for girls "fun" on her website. But parents along with a child protection charity in the U. Knight points out pieces like the "Mini Cha Cha Bikini," an animal-print two-piece for girls under 8 and the "Collete Bikini," a suit that is held together by a gold ring and is meant specifically "for girls [ages ] who want to look grown up. Siobhan Freegard, founder of the community Netmums told the Daily Mail that she knows "a number of mothers who are concerned about the sexualization of their children and would be horrified by their daughters dressing like mini-strippers.
Aussie brand Beginning Boutique's skimpy swimwear range was first brought to our attention at the weekend, when one mum recreated the brand's model shot to show how ridiculous the pants are. And she's far from the only one who's confused, with one promotional shot of the thong bottoms and crop top racking up more than , comments and 35, shares in just a few days. One woman commented: "I had a less intrusive smear test today", while a second joked: "I can't even sit like this in a normal bathing suit without my camel trying to stick its toe out and test the water. And it's not just the Heron set which has come under fire, as the brand have a few different bikinis which would require every inch of your body to be waxed in preparation.