A model shared her surprise after trying on a flattering blue bikini that turned out to be her mother’s.
Californian Madison Bruckner took to TikTok to show off a high-waisted thong bikiniwhile telling her followers, “I can’t believe this belongs to my mom!”
Madison joined other TikTokers sharing their parents’ second-hand clothes and posted a clip showing off her mom’s Robin Piccone swimsuit.
Wearing a multi-colored pacsun set, she held the bikini up to the camera for a close-up and said, “She always wore this one, but what I love about it is that it has a little butterfly on the back. .’
Madison showed a close-up of her mother’s 2005 blue bikini with a ‘butterfly on the back’
The turquoise bikini also has the same cutout at the top, and she added, “I love it because you can get the butterfly brown line.”
After donning the bathing suit and showing off the flattering, colorful bikini in a full-length shot, she exclaimed, “I’m going crazy!”
“The bottoms are a little big on the back – it’s kind of like a diaper.
“But the front is an atmosphere.”
Madison was shocked when she showed off the colorful, flattering swimsuit in a full-length photo, saying, “I can’t believe this is my mom’s”
Madison’s followers loved the bikini style, with the California beauty saying people should bring back the 2000s look
Madison’s followers fell in love with the set, with one comment: “that looks so good on your skin tone!” so impressive.’
Another stunned follower simply wrote, “SCREAMING.”
Another waved the flag for ’90s fashionistas, saying, “Girl, us mamas trying to tell you girls that our clothes were great!” I’m guessing your mom is in her early 40s, late 30s.’
Madison replied, “She was a y2k queen and still rocks today’s styles.”
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