Swimsuit Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Swimsuit Quotes from famous persons: Carli Lloyd, Elizabeth Hurley, Emily Ratajkowski, Audrina Patridge, Irina Shayk. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Swimsuit Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

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I’m not getting recognized because I posed in a swimsuit edition of some magazine, but because of what I do on the field, and that’s important to me.
It took me six years to be comfortable modeling a swimsuit.
I always say, ‘Do you have a body? Then you’re swimsuit ready.’ That’s all you need to worry about.
I don’t even think twice about wearing a swimsuit because it’s always been a part of my lifestyle.
Audrina Patridge
I started my career as a swimsuit model. My first big break in America was 2007, ‘Sports Illustrated‘ Swimsuit Issue.
Everybody can rock a bikini, swimsuit, unicorn onesie… whatever floats your boat. If you wear it with confidence, you will look hot.
To look good in a swimsuit one needs to know what suits one’s particular shape.
Life magazine ran a page featuring me and three other girls that was clearly the precursor of Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues.
Being pregnant finally helped me understand what my true relationship was with my body – meaning that it wasn’t put on this earth to look good in a swimsuit.
In some countries, women aren’t allowed to wear a swimsuit.
Valeria Mazza
I live in a swimsuit so I’m really comfortable with my body.
Natalie Coughlin
I want to model and I want to do whatever it takes to be a ‘Sports Illustrated’ swimsuit model.
For a while I was on the cover of every Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, which was regarded as the pinnacle of success in America.
I’ve always been kind of uncomfortable just on the beach in a swimsuit. I’m never my most confident in a bikini on the beach, especially when you know people are looking at you, and they expect one thing because of what they see in the magazines, and you might not look that way. It’s always been a scary thing for me.
When I finally discovered the ‘Sports Illustrated’ swimsuit issue, I browsed through archives and saw a picture of an incredibly stunning model, Damaris Lewis. Her images inspired me, and I imagined being in the magazine myself. Never in a million years did I dream it would actually happen.
And I have a couple swimsuit calendars I did that are coming out.
Trishelle Cannatella
I think that people sort of stereotype me as the blondeBaywatchgirl who‘s always in a swimsuit, so, I think, to tell my story – that I got up to 175 lbs., was so depressed I couldn’t get out of bed – will show that life wasn’t always good for me.
I get that it’s packaging and it’s neat to put a name on what the girls are. But it seems to me that they were making us Sports Illustrated swimsuit models instead of women who wrestle on a pro wrestling program.
Who said that looking good is not a task? There are so many girls with a well maintained body, but will they be able to walk the beachside in front of the camera wearing a swimsuit? Carrying your body in a certain manner to look sexy is also an art.
A lot of the time, we’re shooting summer campaigns in winter because they have to come out the next season. It’s the hardest to feel great in a bikini when it’s cold… so I appreciate a swimsuit shoot that’s in warm weather.
Pictures can be devastating. Who allowed John Kerry to get himself photographed windsurfing in a flowered swimsuit? Anyone in the real world in that operation?
What woman doesn’t want to feel comfortable in a swimsuit? It’s incredibly empowering.
‘Sports Illustrated’ has set the standard for what a swimsuit model should be. For a magazine that has that much influence to include models of different body types on their pages shows that they’re breaking down old beauty ideals while opening the doors of diversity and inclusivity.
Women, I love. It’s amazing to me, because I am a swimsuit model; I’m half-naked. I just love the fact that women love me, and it makes me love them so much back.
I gave birth to my first son in April 1986. I thought it would be a good goal to get back in shape after having a baby if I ran the New York City Marathon. I ran in it November 1986. I had just shot the ‘Sports Illustrated’ swimsuit issue, so I was in great shape.
I made my career off posing in swimsuits and doing all the swimsuit issues and posters, but I will tell you that that little bit of material on an itsy-bitsy bikini – taking that off was very nerve-racking the first time.
The Swimsuit competition hasn’t ever been about being sexy. It’s about showcasing your dedication to your health and fitness and how you exude confidence.
Even buying a swimsuit is super difficult. And then making one is even harder.
I have the Skinny Dippers swimsuit line coming out, which I’m really proud of and very excited to do.
They were doing a full back shot of me in a swimsuit and I thought, Oh my God, I have to be so brave. See, every woman hates herself from behind.