There are three main categories in a vintage bikini contest, and each has its own rules and regulations. Stock bikini class entrants must verify that their bikini is a stock model. This class does not allow silicone, push-ups, sprayed-on or baked-on tans, or anything else that might change the image of the contestant. The rules for this class are quite simple: Be a Real Person and wear a tasteful bikini. The Mild custom class is for participants who have made some alterations to their appearance, but only for beauty purposes.
Class I bikini contestants
I’m sure you’ve seen the tame and pretty girls in Class I bikinis on vintage bikini contest forums. But did you know that Class I bikini contestants also compete in bikini competitions? There are a few differences between bikini contests. During judging, the bikini contestants must wear the competition suit. If they don’t, they won’t be allowed to compete.
Class II bikini contestants
While Stock bikinis are a great way to show your unique style, some people prefer to wear a more revealing version of that design in a vintage bikini contest. That’s a perfectly fine option if you’d like to show your personal style while competing in vintage bikini contests. The Good Taste Guideline, which applies to the overall look of the bikini, begins to relax a little bit in Class II. Push-ups, tans, and other finishes are acceptable. The temperature of the bikini can be as high as 36C.
There are several advantages to entering a bikini contest in this class. The most obvious benefit of doing so is the ability to show off your figure. The fact that you are a model makes you eligible for this division. The Reverand will thank the contestants and declare the contest over. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun and make your own vintage bikini!
Class III bikini contestants
If you haven’t heard of this one, it’s the third-highest category. Class II includes bikini contestants that look like Stock but have more generous proportions and additions. The Good Taste Guideline is relaxed in Class II, and you can wear any finish you want. If you wear push-up accessories, go for it! And don’t forget to wear tasteful clothing!
The trophies for Class III bikini contests are also the smallest ones. To compete in this category, entrants must find two strips of fabric and glue them over the largest parts of their anatomy. This is no easy task, and the trophies are sized accordingly, so that an oversized anatomie is welcome. Nevertheless, there’s no denying that the most attractive bikini in Class III is Katherine’s!