Women go skimpy at Bikini Sundayz
The Kingston Craft Market which overlooks the Kingston Harbour was transformed into an entertainment hub as Wray & Nephew White Rum Bikini Sundayz took over with musical art last on Sunday.
The women came dressed to celebrate the Barely There theme as they wore skimpy clothing. It was not only to keep in line with the theme of the party, but also to beat the high temperatures the island has been experiencing in recent times.
The musical presentations were made by various DJs, including Scientist and Santana. The female patrons were surely in a party mood, and a sweet mix of hip hop, soul, reggae and dancehall genres satisfied their appetites.
Special guests in attendance included Orville Hall, the CEO of Dance Xpressionz, along with Stacy Xpressionz and the crew.
Meanwhile, the Bikini Sundayz girls got down to some serious business and paraded their dancing skills for all to see.
"It's a good look, the ladies are so sexy and inviting, and the party vibes is just right," a partygoer told THE STAR.
Wray and Nephew Bikini Sundayz has become a regular staple for partygoers in the Kingston Metropolitan Area, Spanish Town, and Portmore.
Here are the highlights.