Lucky's "Best" Swimsuits Also The Smallest, Least SupportiveS

In addition to the $6,000 closet, Lucky's May issue also features a "Best Swimsuits Of The Season" feature, in which "best" means "teeny bikinis which barely cover the areolae and pubic mound."

Lucky's "Best" Swimsuits Also The Smallest, Least SupportiveS

Yes, the string bikini is a "classic." That cannot be disputed. But does this one fit? Do the strings need to be tied a little tighter on that top? Do I sound like my mother?

Lucky's "Best" Swimsuits Also The Smallest, Least SupportiveS

Please to be explaining how this is "sporty." Also, will someone please help this woman? She is clearly stranded on some sharp rocks, and the hat won't be of service.

Lucky's "Best" Swimsuits Also The Smallest, Least SupportiveS

Just in case the swimsuits haven't been small enough for you, or haven't shown enough skin, here we have some cut-outs.

Lucky's "Best" Swimsuits Also The Smallest, Least SupportiveS

This is alright. But isn't it funny how the suits in Glamour, which offered more coverage, seemed more flattering to the body and less strained?

Lucky's "Best" Swimsuits Also The Smallest, Least SupportiveS

The single one-piece shown in this feature seems to lack both lining and support. It does offer boobsquash! Is this a desirable look?

Lucky's "Best" Swimsuits Also The Smallest, Least SupportiveS

Frankly, these cups could be a smidge wider.

Lucky's "Best" Swimsuits Also The Smallest, Least SupportiveS

This is a heavenly little suit, which is maybe why we only see one set of footprints.

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