The swimsuits featured in the Zero Gravity Sports Illustrated Bikini shoot cost approximately $35 per piece. And to see them being flaunted on sexy, saucy Kate’s amazing physique is a pleasure in itself. Now they are within the range of common females who want to appear attractive too.
The gold swimsuits she wears on the magazine’s golden anniversary are super-sultry. The gravity defying pair of assets Kate possesses will make any man desire her body. And the females will envy her beyond belief. They are high class stuff of course. But that does not mean that more affordable versions are not for sale in the market.
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In fact, reasonable rates are being charged for 100% carbon copy bras and panties. Target has joined hands with Sports Illustrated to create a line of swimwear. And while they are not as indecent as what Chrissy Teigen wore while going through the water, they are sexy enough and will do for now.
The Sports Illustrated shoot took place at Cape Canaveral, Florida. There in a zero gravity environment the woman with the body of a goddess, Kate Upton, posed in mid air for the sizzling photographs. Kate joked about how she was afraid that she would throw up in the weightless environment.
But the girl left her mark on the minds of millions of males of the species. And the females will be copying her faster than you can say “wow!” Target’s range of bikinis and swimwear come in a variety of colors and trends. They are for the super-slim as well as for those with a little extra padding. It is indeed a case of different strokes for different folks.
The classiest types such as Kate herself may be reserved for the fittest male models on the planet. But the rest of us mortals can rest assured in the fact that the fashion and sense of style will be copied by the rest of the females of the species.
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