The high-waisted bikini is back, with a new and very sexy addition.
According to an advertisement on a Victoria’s Secret catalog, the latest in the long-running bikini trend is the Margot Robbie bikini.
The brand has also made the jump to a full-bust bikini, but it’s still an oversized, full-cut bikini.
According the ad, Robbie has spent more than a year in the Victoria’s secret dressing room.
The bikini, which is sold with a belt, also comes with a high-heeled booty belt and a pair of high-low-waist bikinis.
Margot Robinson, the founder of MargotRobbie.com, told The Globe and Mail that the new bikie look is a new trend in lingerie and that it was inspired by her own body.
Robbie, a former Playboy Playmate, told the newspaper that her bikini is a lot more revealing than the previous bikies, because of the added volume of the strap.
“I thought it was very revealing, because you don’t have that big waist,” she said.
“It was very flattering.
It was like a new bikini.”
Robbie said the bikis were made with a full pant and a skirt.
Robby said she’s not sure what the new look will look like, but she thinks it will be more in line with other styles.
“People who wear bikinas, I think, have a different style,” she told the news website.
“But we have a very wide range of styles.
We have a lot of different styles.
It’s not just about one style.”
Robby is not the only celebrity to embrace a full bikin.
Jennifer Lopez has been wearing a bikini with a skirt and high heels since her first model shoot in 2011.
The singer told Entertainment Weekly that she’s “very happy” with her new look.
“Because I’m a super skinny and pretty girl, I was really trying to make it look like a sexy bikini,” she explained.
“And that’s what I’m doing now.”
It’s unclear how many bikins will be available for purchase at Victoria’s.
Margots website states that “the Margot robbies latest bikini line is designed for all body types and sizes.
There are no limitations on how high or low you can wear the baket.
And the new bikini line will be made for the new year.”