A bikini bottom is a “culturally specific” form of underwear that was once a popular form of dress in the early 20th century, the publisher of a new book says.
In her book “The Bubblegum Bubble,” titled “Bikini Bottom,” author Priyanka Chopra argues that the trend started in Japan and was eventually copied by other countries.
It also suggests that the “bubblegum” bikini top is a cultural phenomenon.
But the author’s book is far from being a complete and total rebuttal to the bikini bottom trend.
She argues that there are “two competing myths about the bikini” and that the bikini is “a cultural phenomenon.”
Bikini bottom is more than just a trendy trend, she writes, citing studies that show that a third of American women and 40 percent of Japanese women wear the bikini.
The bikini is also associated with a “healthy and positive attitude,” according to Chopra.
A bikini bottom, however, is an American tradition that began in Japan in the 1920s, she argues.
The bottom has since become popular worldwide.
It is not a specific form of clothing for American women, but is worn by all women.
According to Chopras book, the bottom was originally created to prevent “drying up,” and it is not “designed to cover up or hide.”
Chopras explains that in the United States, “a bra can cover up any bra size, so a bikini bottom does not have to cover the cups.”
The bottom was made of a cloth or “bubbly material” that had a “slim, tapered shape.”
This is similar to a bra and covers the cup and the bottom, Chopras says.
According a book review on Amazon.com, the top’s “topless form” was popular in the 1960s, but has fallen out of fashion over the last decade, and is no longer as popular.
She says it is time to stop trying to “capture” the bikini and focus on “changing the attitudes and attitudes of women about the body.”
The bikini is a popular American tradition, but its origins have been a bit murky, Chopra wrote.
She also wrote that many Japanese women do not wear the bottom in public, and “bikini bottoms have become an iconic fashion symbol in the U.S.”
A spokesperson for Amazon.in India told The Associated Press in an email that the company is aware of Chopras’ book.
They said that in India, “many women are free to wear whatever they like, including bikinis and skimpy bottoms, and they do not need to cover their breasts or buttocks.
Amazon India is committed to upholding the highest standards of ethical and social responsibility in its business, and has strict policies on its sites and apps to protect privacy, safety and security of data.
We strongly support the right of women to wear the tops they choose and we encourage our customers to do the same.”