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BEHOLD: This amazing Sharkini can be yours!

Just this side of ordinary with a great sense of humor.

By Glamour Magazine Jul 25, 2013 3:13PM

by Danica Lo

Photo: Sharkini // Getty, Courtesy

If you're still on the hunt for the perfect swimsuit this summer — something just this side of ordinary with a great sense of humor — check this out: model-turned designer Bad Aby of Bad Aby Designs has created this super-cute "Sharkini."

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Yes, ladies, now your torso can look like "Jaws" come to life — or like a great white took a bite out of your delicious one-piece.

Extra-amazing? You can be the proud owner of a Sharkini — and it will be custom-made to your measurements! The swimsuit features removable molded foam bust cups, a shelf bra and leatherette shark-teeth trim. To get your own shark suit for $100, send all your vital measurements through right here at ShopEnvy.com.

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Would you rock this novelty one-piece swimsuit at the beach or pool this summer? It's definitely a conversation starter!

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Jul 29, 2013 3:02AM
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Go back to the Bikini!  Best thing ever! Next to the mini skirt!

 

Jul 28, 2013 8:56PM
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I'm not sure I like the swimsuit. I think the woman modeling it would look better without it.
Jul 28, 2013 7:47PM
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I venture a guess that after even one wearing the 'teeth' would begin to curl and all of a sudden, the shark has curly teeth!  Not a good look...maybe for a first grader, not an adult.  $100 is a bit much for a joke suit that is not flattering nor forgiving.

 

Jul 28, 2013 12:07PM
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Wouldn't it be a bit awkward to encounter someone who had actually survived a shark attack and be wearing this suit?  I don't know but it just seems inappropriate to me. 
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