What is it with sexy models and their desire to wear topless monokinis? We told you earlier how an SI swimsuit shoot featured the Bendito Napoleon worn topless, and now another magazine follows suit. It seems the editors at Maxim also thought it was a good idea to feature the Bendito Suspiro by Agua Bendita Swimwear, topless style.
Hey, we’re not complaining. The look gives the swimsuit a sort of tribal feel. A notch up on the sexy meter for sure. The spread adds to the long list of Agua Bendita 2010 sighting this year, with Sports Illustrated, LA Times Magazine, Ocean Drive, and most recently Maxim Magazine. The sexy shoot was done in the jungles of Rio de Janeiro for the May 2010 issue (on newstands now). Don’t know about you, but we think the shoot sizzles. The come hither eyes, the perfectly placed hair, and the background… makes us want to say grr.
What we love about the Suspiro suit is that the suspenders make it a monokini, but can also be brought down and tied in the front and the suit becomes a bikini. It can be worn both ways. The contrasting colors in the sliding triangle top with the blue hues in the bottom give it an original factor, and the gold tones simply tie the look together. We love the under the sea inspired jellyfish print, and the rear cut gives you just the right amount of coverage without becoming a granny panty.
The model sure digs it. Get your Suspiro suit here.