Filled with so much spunk and fun, but not quite like girls would be over at sites like tubev.sex, Hot As Hell (HAH) was certainly a sight to see and created for all women. From childhood into the different stages of adulthood (including maternity wear), HAH’s way of showcasing diversity is in size.
When I usually talk about diversity, it’s in reference to skin color but because I didn’t see much of that at HAH, it was still refreshing to see voluptuous, curvy women strutting down the runway in bathing suits. I love when designers allow their plus size models to show just as much skin as their other models. It shows just how inclusive they are.
I love maxi dresses that feature a deep V neck. Featuring lace details and small floral patterns, this dress is a sexy twist on what you may see your parents wearing back in the day. It’s one of those pieces that when styled properly (as it is on the model), one can look amazing but it is clearly not easy to pull off. On the runway, it looks fine without accessories but in real life, accessories would be needed in order to amp up the modern twist that the dress has.
The most adorable part of the collection is the “mommy and me” matching bikini sets for maternity and more.
Last but certainly not least, lingerie was also infused into the collection.
What do you think about Hot As Hell’s swim collection?
Photos were provided by HAH.