Fashion Insiders Say the Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie Polka Dot Bikini is Back

Share Article reports the hottest designer trends in swimwear for 2005.

While swimwear fashion trends are often influenced by the past, this season, rather than just being influenced, the swimwear fashion world is seeing a full blown revival of the Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie Polka Dot Bikini., a leading on-line retailer of designer swimwear, reports that most of the 22 designer swimwear lines which they carry will offer a variant of the polka dot bikini this season.    

?Since opening our business in 1996, we have not seen a revival this focused and this well received,? states Claude Dauman, President of ?While there will still be many other options besides polka dot bikinis this season, early signs indicate that the many of our customers will want to have at least one polka dot bikini for 2005.?

Achieving great popularity in 1960, in no small part to Brian Hyland?s hit single, ?Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini,? the polka dot bikini brings us back to a simpler time when Burma-Shave signs dotted the country side, Pink Cadillacs were in, Hula Hoops were hot and 3-D movies were considered cutting edge technology. features some of this season?s hottest styles, including the Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie TNA swimwear Polka Halter Bikini. The Vix Swimwear Divine Khaki and the OndadeMar Capri polka dot bikinis are slightly less skimpy. Others offer more full coverage, such as the Mimosa and Microdot polka dot bikinis by Pursuit.

About                 is a leading on-line retailer of designer swimwear. Established in 1996, now features 22 premium swimwear lines, many of which are featured in top fashion publications, and serves over four million visitors annually. Please visit for more information and to preview some of the latest swimwear trends for 2005. Photos are available upon request with approval.


Claude Dauman

270 N. Canon Drive, Suite 1096

Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Phone: 310. 652. 0663

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