one piece swim suits


etsyfindoftheday 5 | FRIDAY FRENZY | 5.5.17

black monokini swimsuit by flashyouandme

this ultrasexy monokini-style suit features a skintight cut with sheer paneling and alluring cutouts. this is NOT your average one-piece, guys. it’s all kinds of beachy AMAZING.

hello fire emblem heroes dev team

i know you will never see this bcus 1. im a nobody, and 2. i dont know if you speak english, and yknow, language barriers and stuff

i wanna start this critizism with this, i love your game, i play it everyday and i really like what you are doing with it, i cannot wait to see more of the special events and more units added for more funtimes

that being said, there is something that bothers me about bunny lucina, dont get me wrong i do like her and im dumping endless amount of money going slowly bankrupt to get her, but i cannot shake the feeling that her outfit was an afterthought

Hear me out, i like fanservice as much as the next guy, but i do think that fanservice can be enhanced when given the proper care in terms with the character that you are making some “cheesecake” images with, i think a fanservice image is enhanced and more embraced by a comunity when it also makes sense with the character that you are making this changes to, and with the Lucina outfit, i cannot shake the feeling that its just the camila outfit with sleeves, it doesnt really *highlight* Lucina, its the exact same suit with a blue color, and this bothers me because huge cleavage and big boobs are more like camilas thing, and lucinas outfit feels more like its trying to get that sex appeal when her sex appeal lies in a whole different spectrum

Where Lucina shines is in her slim pretty figure, so i would have suggested that you went with more of a one piece swim suit approach with it, something that really highlights her body shape and as a bonus her regal personality, and as a bonus to her quirky side of having not the greatest fashion sense, you can add some cute details, sometimes showing cleavage is not the best option to make a character look sexy, sometimes a character looks WAY better by showing their assets in the best way possible, anything can be ~sexy~ if worn by the right person to ~make~ it look sexy yknow?

I hope you are having a great day, i know im not the most expert character designer, but i hope you keep in mind this for your future events, instead of making the same outfit twice for 2 males and 2 females, i would love it if you had time to make subtle changes that will enhance said extra outfits with the characters that you are gonna use them for 

With love, Fsnow

(p.d: please for the love of god make the focus characters 5*’s chances 2% higher <3)


etsyfindoftheday 2 | 5.25.17

theme thursday: swimwear, baby!

solid-color swimwear by klipperswimsuits

i’m all about a crazy patterned swimsuit because i love fun and bright colors — but these muted, solid-hued suits are my new faves. they look sophisticated and demure and are super flattering.


Today was the first really hot day of the year and I wish my pool was open so I could rock these cute suits!!

I bought and reviewed a few one-piece swim suits from Rue21! These only go up to a 3X but I included some links to some bigger sizes of similar suits from other places for you if you need them!

Give this a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel if you liked this vid! And thanks for all your wonderful love and support 😌❤ if you get any of these suits please tweet at me so I can share! Social media links at the end of the video!

anonymous asked:

Can you post a really good packing list? including some fun items or things I would never think of. Thank you so much!! your blog is great and helpful

Thank you anon! I’m glad that you like my blog!

Here’s my packing list/suggestions.


  • Socks. A lot. Fun socks, if you can.
  • Old camp t-shirts. I pretty much wear only camp shirts, and you’re guaranteed that they’re camp appropriate.
  • Shorts and pants, in whatever style floats your boat. I like cargo - cargo shorts, cargo pants. They’re comfy and all the pockets are really useful. I also wear jeans a lot too. Make sure your shorts aren’t too short, especially if your camp has a stricter dress code.
  • Overalls. Comfy, lots of pockets, and fun.
  • A swim suit or two (depends on how much swimming there is at your camp).
  • Swim shirt (everybody)/swim shorts (peeps wearing the one-piece swim suits). This is a matter of personal preference, but I really like having extra covering and it’s less to put sunscreen on. Plus, less of a chance of sunburn. 
  • Hats. Sun hats, ball caps, beanies, weird hats, etc. 
  • Bandannas. I have a thing for bandannas, so I bring a bunch, but not everyone does. I use them for headbands, as a hair cover/hat, as a decoration. They’re super useful. 
  • A couple of sweatshirts/flannels/sweaters.
  • A long sleeve shirt (or two)
  • Raincoat! 
  • A regular coat (unless your regular coat is also a 
  • Shoes! Hiking boots, sturdy sneakers, flipflops for the shower, whatever sandals/water shoes you can have at waterfront.
  • PJs/sweatpants. I am forever happy that I brought sweatpants to camp last summer.
    I also have a rubber duckie onsie. I don’t actually sleep in it, it’s just for dress-up days.
  • Weird clothes you have laying around - I’ve got a cape, a Harry Potter tie, purple tie-dyed leggings, costume jewelery, extra crazy mismatched socks, and a crazy abstract space dress (it was part of a Luna Lovegood cosplay). 

*these clothes reflect the camp that I work at, which gets really cold. You might need to adjust if you work in somewhere really hot/muggy all the time. Also, we have a fairly conservative dress code. 

Other stuff

  • A headlamp AND a flashlight
    I have a lantern that I use in my tent and I really like that too.
  • Sunscreen, bugspray, chapstick (lots of chapsticks, you will loose them)
  • Your general toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste/toothbrush, hair brush, sanitary items, etc)
  • Stationary/notebooks, envelopes, postcards, and stamps
  • A camera!
  • Your trusty sleeping bag, a pillow, and perhaps a blanket too
  • A sturdy backpack
  • 2 towels - one for lake, one for showers
  • 2-3 water bottles. No they don’t need to be name brand Nalgenes, just make sure they’re sturdy and don’t leak. Bonus points if you put stickers on them.
  • Sunglasses
  • Laundry bag
  • Rubbermaid tote (to put all of this in)
  • Mess kit (if you need one)
  • Comfort items - I posted about self-soothing a little bit ago. I bring things like tea and a stuffed bunny. I’m bringing a few sensory items to put in a place that all the CITs can get to too.
  • Lotion. With all the hand washing and sanitizing, your hands will dry out. 
  • A journal. I write down the funny things and the things that I need to tell someone, but can’t for confidentiality reasons. 
  • A clipboard. I like the ones that close and open. They’re waterproof and hold a lot of stuff. My phone actually fits into mine along with a ton of paperwork. I also decorate it with camp photos, camper notes, and stickers. 
  • Sharpies
  • A multi-tool (think heavy duty Swiss army knife). Ask about your camp’s policy. 
  • Hairbands - if you have long hair
  • Kleenex packs to stash in your backpack.

I might come back and edit/add to this later.