By now you’ve probably seen the rules of swimsuit season.
In fact, it was the subject of a popular TED talk in 2013.
Here’s what you need to know about the season.
The Swimsuit Show is a series of TED talks by swimwear designer Lisa Vanderpump.
Each week she and her team of designers discuss the latest trends in the world of swimwear and show how it’s all about being comfortable in your swimsuit.
The show features celebrities like Katy Perry, Kate Moss and Kylie Jenner.
The rules are simple: wear a swimsuit to get in good shape.
The season is currently running, with Vanderpumps latest designs, and they’re making some of the most-anticipated swimwear trends of the year.
But before you get all excited, the rules are a little more subtle than the TV show.
There are no limits on what you can wear in the season, including tights, leggings and shorts.
It’s the sort of season where you can’t be too far off the mark.
The first season had more than a few outfits that were borderline risque and didn’t really make sense for an everyday swimsuit, but the show has since toned down the silliness.
So if you’re a fan of the show, here’s the top 10 rules for the season (you can watch the full episode here).1.
No make-up and no eye make-ups.
“There’s nothing wrong with being your own worst critic, so long as you’re comfortable with it,” Vanderpumping explains.
“It’s about having confidence, and it’s about being able to express yourself.”2.
If you’re not sure what style you want, make sure to get it.
You may be tempted to go with a simple outfit that doesn’t quite scream “swimsuit”.
That’s fine, as long as it’s a basic look that’s easy to wear.
“If you don’t know what you want,” she says, “you’re going to end up with a swim suit that’s not what you actually want.”3.
It doesn’t have to be a swimwear look.
The season has a number of pieces that are available in different swimsuits, from leggins to briefs.
And if you want to experiment with different styles, you can always find a collection on the internet.
“We’re not saying this is going to look like every piece you can think of, but we’re definitely going to have a bit of fun with it.”4.
Keep it casual.
Vanderpumping says that there are plenty of styles you can buy online, and that they don’t have a strict rule for what you should wear in each piece.
But that doesn, in turn, mean that you don.
She also says that a lot of her season outfits are made from recycled fabrics.
It gives you something to work with and keeps you from looking like you’re shopping for clothes from a thrift shop.5.
Don’t be afraid to wear what you like.
This season, the season’s only available in men’s sizes, but there are options for women.
You can wear any of the pieces in a bikini, leotard, tank top, swimsuit or leggicup.
And there are a couple of different swimwear pieces you can choose from that you can add to your wardrobe.
It may not look sexy, but it works.
In order to get a good look in, you need the right shape.
“That means a size that is comfortable,” VanderPumping says.
“And you need a good fit.
It has to be at least slightly tighter than your hips and a bit looser than your waist.”7.
You don’t need to be wearing a lot to have fun.
It’s important to remember that the season is all about style and that there’s no real strict rule to adhere to.
If you’re wearing a suit that fits, you’re already doing your job.
If it doesn’t fit, there’s nothing to be done.
“So just go with what works,” she advises.
If that’s the case, you may as well be nude.
Nude is also an option.
You may want to get creative and have fun with different pieces to see how you look, and if you like the idea of nude, you’ll be able to choose from a variety of styles.
If this season is a success, you might as well wear it.
“I love it, I really do,” Vander Pumping says of the season as a whole.
“Even though I don’t wear anything else, I like that I’m not wearing anything else.”
There’s a lot more to this season than just the rules.
You can find more info on the season at the following links: 1.
The Rules of Swimming Suit Season 32.
How to Wear Your Own Worst