Tex Hollywood - October 19, 2020
I don't know if body suits are called body suits anymore, but in the late 90s, the shirts that snapped in the crotch were called body suits and they were the introduction to real tight shirts to all teen boys of that generation. The body suit came equipped with snaps in the crotch that was basically a design mechanism to make a shirt tight as hell, or to let the person wearing them pee.
Then American Apparel came around with their 90s revival, re-introducing the body suit to girls, who realized that this crotch snapped shirts could be worn as outerwear, pantsless, because they were a wild and hip generation. I guess it also allowed them to realize that snaps pressed against their vagina, a painful concept in theory, was worth it for the form fitting effect the snaps came with.
Why they couldn't just keep the bodysuit like a one-piece bathing suit, I don't know, I mean a girl can always pull that crotch to the side to pee, is the snap all that necessary? Maybe we need to interview 100 women to find out what they think about the vagina snaps.
So this less functional or maybe it is a more functional and less comfortable version of an 80s aerobic leotard, is as hot as you'd expect it to be, especially since the fabrics got thinner and thinner making the form fitting shirts got more and more see through, and here we have a model named Adela rocking a thonged version and it's great.