aldo-vallon - June 11, 2018
I don’t know if this is a good endorsement for a swimsuit brand, or a bad one. On one hand, any women looking to keep their areolas concealed might be deterred by this particular swimsuits abilities. While on the other hand any man looking to buy something for a woman might be enticed to buy it due to its unique abilities. As our friends in the programming field say, it isn’t a bug, it’s a feature.
I know from my own experience, having a swimsuit that does not properly conceal my own bulge leads to a love hate relationship. Wearing it at a family reunion is a hard pass, but give me the option on Fourth of July weekend and I will take my chances. In that scenario I see it as free advertising. And as any business knows, selling a product without advertising is like two mutes banging in the dark. They know what they are doing, but no one else does. So why wouldn’t I put my goods on display, just as Bella is doing here. It is like fishing with no lure otherwise. What are we supposed to rely on other than our bodies, our personalities? Hard pass.
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