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06 Mar

Don't Do a Frong ’Til You Read This

Posted by Bikini Owner in 80s, bikini, frong, leg, swimwear, thigh, trend

You know that notorious swimsuit silhouette — the one in all your mom's back-in-the-day photos? Well, it’s time to start giving mom brownie points for paving the way: The high-cut frong is officially back! And it’s literally everywhere.

It's tricky to wear, though. (Props, again, to moms everywhere.) If you're looking for ideas on how to wear it, see our guidelines below.


High-cut one-piece

A color-block piece that defines the waist flatters pear-shaped body. Make sure the more eye-catching color sits on top and not the bottom half.


High-cut one-piece

If you’re not the shy type — go big with typography. There’s literally no trendier way to do this high-cut style.  


High-cut one-piece

Do you like to sit poolside, turning heads? This is the suit you want. Catch it in the pages of SI Swimsuit Edition and on the Kardashians.


High-cut one-piece

For an extra-lean effect, choose vertical stripes that elongate the torso — just as much as the high cut elongates those tanned stems.


High-cut one-piece

These corset ties, adjusted to perfectly hug all your curves, is meant to suit every body size — whether you're slender or curvy.  


High-cut one-piece

Play it safe with a slightly less drastic high-cut and a V-neckline that draws attention to the chest, not the thighbrows.


High-cut one-piece

Like a second skin, this piece shows off your bod and lends an ultra-lean look. 


high-cut bikini bottom

Not a one-piece fan? Bottoms with side ties are what you want — if you're going to try this trend. Plus, we bet you have a few in your bikini wardrobe already. Just pull higher than usual — you’ve got yourself a frong. 


High-cut one-piece

We can’t help but love this bold statement in a monokini. It's easily to adjust it at the hips, with thick straps that hide more if you'd like. 

high-cut bikini bottom

Pull off this trend with adjustable slides that add length to the width of the band — pull up as far as you can. 



One of our fave designers integrates this rather severe shape in softer florals, which counterbalances the edgy look. 


Get inspired by bikini babes getting it right.


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It's time to step out of the norm into a frong.


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 It's really a flattering silhouette — once you get past the initial wow factor.


And don't bother with previous tan lines — it's about flaunting them and getting comfortable with that crease (#thighbrows).

Now, go on and conquer this trend!