Gabrielle Union Just Shared 3 Gorgeous New #SelfCareSunday Bikini Photos To Instagram – Women’s Health

  • Gabrielle Union shared three new bikini photos to her Instagram over the weekend.
  • She captioned the photos #SelfCareSunday and posed alongside the book Somebody’s Daughter.
  • Gabrielle swears by Pilates for both her fit physique and a “more clear” frame of mind.

Gabrielle Union spent this past Sunday doing a #SelfCareSunday, which included some time by the pool with some sun, a cute sunhat, a good book, a gallon of alkaline water, and a super stylish bikini.

“Sunday Essentials. #SelfCareSunday,” she captioned the pic.

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In the pics, Gab is beaming as she poses with her #SelfCareSunday essentials, which include the book Somebody’s Daughter: A Memoir by Ashley C. Ford. read more

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Gabrielle Union twins with her daughter Kaavia in neon bathing suits – Page Six

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Like mother, like daughter.

In an Instagram post on Tuesday, Gabrielle Union and her 2-year-old daughter Kaavia James wore matching neon one-pieces for a day at the beach.

The adorable pair soaked up the sun in style, wearing the Mommy & Me Swim Set from black-owned brand Genesis Swimwear ($155).  

The 48-year-old star wore her hair in braids and accessorized the plunging suit with a navy bucket hat.

“Too cute,” Taraji P. Henson commented while Kerry Washington called the pair, “Precious!” read more

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Rbt1591354489 520x325 The evolution of the bikini in the Soviet Union 8211 Big News Network

The evolution of the bikini in the Soviet Union – Big News Network

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History June 05 2020 Russia Beyond

The Black Sea coast of Crimea, vacationing on the beaches Gurzuf

Vladimir Akimov/Sputnik Even hardened Soviet women weren’t above putting on skimpy bikinis and showing off their bodies! This is how the gradual transition took place.

It’s hard to picture a working woman or a ‘kolkhoznitsa’ (“collective farmer”) in a swimsuit – let alone a bikini, wouldn’t you say? In these rare 1920-30s photos, we can often glimpse swimsuits with little shorts, and on rare occasions encounter what would become the future bikini (invented by Parisian fashion designer Jacques Heim in 1946), albeit with the belly button still covered up. read more

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