Have you got your swimsuit ready for the beach this year? Still not sure what style you want? Be inspired by the beach babes in the movies.
In Pierce Brosnan’s final Bond outing, Halle shows off a body that earned her a spot in the Miss World pageant of 1986.
The scene of Bo running on the beach with braided hair caused a major stir.
And then, swimsuit model turned actress Decker recreated the iconic Derek moment in an homage to the iconic scene.
One of the iconic swimsuit scenes from the '80s.
Even cavewomen knew how to make a damned fine bikini. Today the bikini would be made from faux fur, not real.
Yep, you can still look good even when gravity drags your boobs to your sides!
Looking fabulous, Liz proves you can never go wrong with a white bikini
Deborah Kerr, in a black one piece, rolling about in the surf with Burt Lancaster is one of the greatest beach scenes in the movies.
The rise in popularity of the bikini is credited to the French sex kitten in this movie.
Showing exactly why 14 year old Lolita captivated a middle aged professor.
Is it any wonder that every eye in the place is on her?
This movie was a remake of Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train. I’m pretty sure Hitchcock never had spear fishing, bikini clad women in his original.
Gloria was the first African American woman to fall for the charms of James Bond. Maybe it was her kick ass body in the tie dye bikini that made him swoon.
The first Asian Bond Girl wowed in the most popular of movie swimsuits – the white bikini.
Another stunning example of how to rock a '60s white bikini.
And this is a white bikini 1980s style. How fashion has changed!
A movie in which Bridget seemed to live in a bikini top and jeans shorts. A look that has never gone out of style.
More of what we would consider a swim dress these days but perfect for a future princess.
DIY swimwear! This movie was rocked by a debate about Shields being exploited by her mother. Brooke was 15 when she made this movie.
Yet another Bond Girl makes the list. There’s rarely a moment in this movie that Tiffany Case (Jill) isn’t wearing a bikini.
Looking fit and fabulous at 40.
Even in a swimsuit, Sandra Dee’s reputation for wholesomeness is untarnished.
I love how the '50s swimsuit in #17 isn’t so very different to this one from the 1930s.
A picture of devilish temptation.
A true bikini clad beauty fest.
It’s about time we saw a sporty swimsuit.
A coral pink bikini made a change from Daisy’s usual short shorts.
Jessica always looks smoking whether in street clothes or a bikini.
Not a beach in sight in this movie but Marilyn still manages to rock a killer red one-piece swimsuit.
Only Elle Wood would choose a sparkly pink bikini to wear for her video application to Harvard.
Is there a man alive who doesn’t know this shot? Ursula Andress set the standard for every Bond girl that followed her.
Not a bikini that holds up to swimming in a pool or a dip in the ocean!
Proof positive that it isn’t just dudes that look good on a surf board.
The ubiquitous white two-piece is still dominating – even today.
So, it’s not a movie but can it really be left out?
A movie that launched a celebrity phenomenon. Because it’s a great movie? Because she’s one of the best actors ever? Or because of how she looks good in a bikini? You decide!
Can you ever see Leia in a gold bikini without thinking of Ross Geller’s mom?
Could I really not include this?
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