Eva showcased all of her bikini styles in honor of national bikini day.
On July 5, National Bikini Day, Eva Longoria seemed to be absent. The actress may have been too busy enjoying the Fourth of July because it was the day after, but she’s making up for it now.
On Tuesday, Longoria posted many pictures of herself wearing various bikini outfits on Instagram. The image’s caption, “Little late for #NationalBiкiniDay but just gonna leave this right here,” was written by the 46-year-old.
A friend of Longoria’s, Victoria Beckham, remarked on her photo, “U look incredible as always x miss u xxxx kisses x.” Designer of clothing Brian Atwood said, “.”
While there is a day set aside to honor swimwear, it is important to comprehend its origins.
The History Channel claims that on July 5, 1946, a Parisian showgirl wore a two-piece swimsuit by a French designer named Louis Réard for the first time in the Piscine Molitor swimming pool in Paris.
The two-piece swimsuit was given the name “biкini” in honor of a US nuclear test that took place in the Pacific Ocean near the Biкini Atoll during this time.
The bikini was a totally different style from the halter tops and beach shorts worn by women in the 1930s. The bikini has been under fire throughout the years, with some generations decrying the swimwear’s excessive risquéness and exposure.
Swimwear has greatly changed, with designs that range from string bikinis to high-waisted outfits.