Jessica Rey On Bathing Suits: “Who Says It Has To Be Itsy Bitsy?” UPDATED

Better, longer, and more involved posts on modesty, swim suits, and debates surrounding the same can be found at other blogs. Try Marc Barnes, the Holy Fool, Lifeteen,  etc., for the dos, don’ts, whys, and wherefores of the perennial bikini controversy.

Me? I’m a simple man. I’d rather listen to a beautiful young lady explain a) why she doesn’t prefer the bikini, who b) decided to become an entrepreneur and make swim suits that are beautiful and that don’t give away the store.

The entrepreneur is named Jessica Rey. Some of you may know her as White Power Ranger, and stood in line at ComicCon to get her autograph. Listening to her brief talk here will take less time, and cost less money. Be advised: earworm alert!

Inspired by Audrey Hepburn? Sounds pretty good.

If you need more convincing that modesty is the best policy, and think seeing is believing, then take a look at this video for the 2014 collection.

Shop for her swimwear, hats, sunglasses, etc. at Rey Swimwear.  Edith Head approves!

Like their Facebook page to get updates, etc. While you’re in the Facebook neighborhood, check out the page for the book Jessica Rey is co-authoring with Leah Darrow entitled Decent Exposure.


Simcha Fisher: Why I’m wearing this… 

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5 Responses to Jessica Rey On Bathing Suits: “Who Says It Has To Be Itsy Bitsy?” UPDATED

  1. I have a niece who reminded me of the woman in the song the first time she wore a bikini. She sat on our deck, wrapped in a huge towel, and insisted, “I just need to get used to it.” And I remember telling her that day, 15 years ago, “No, you don’t. You’re not supposed to get used to it. That part of you that is making you uncomfortable is the best part of you and it is begging you not to wear that thing.” I cannot wait to share this with every woman I know.


  2. Steve says:

    *reads article*

    “Some of you may know her as White Power Ranger”

    Me: What the hell? Is this some weird race thing?


    Me: oh…


  3. Thought the same thing.


  4. Roki says:

    To avoid confusion, one might refer to the character as “White Wild Force Ranger”


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