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Thursday, September 06, 2007

Island People Bikini Size Update

For all those who are not aware Island People Mas has added this notice to their website:


Please note that if your size does not appear in the drop-down menus below it could mean that your size is sold out or requires a special order. We are happy to accommodate any special order sizes up until October 1st. Please type your additional or special requests in the “additional requests” field noted below.

It is our goal to provide a carnival costume that fits you perfectly and looks beautiful. It is difficult to determine the exact size needed for overseas masqueraders and thus we cannot guarantee an exact fit unless you have tried it on at our Mas Camp. Our Bikini Tops come with a special “x-string tie” back which can be adjusted to suit, so the cup size is more important than the width. Online masqueraders please use our sizing charts as a guide to determine which size you are. If your size falls into more than one of our size categories, please decide if you will want more cleavage (smaller size) or more coverage (larger size).

Bikini Bottoms come in the following styles: String Bikini, Regular Bikini, Hot Shorts, and Thong. Please note which style you would like in the “Additional requests” section below.

Please note also they have amended the size chart for both the belt and bikini top.

Wild On Body Paint

This one is for all those adventurous and extroverted, exhibitionist persons who are looking for really daring and unique Monday wear. Even though going topless might be too risque for some the idea can be incorporated and alternate tops and bottoms can be used to get a similar effect:

Dream Team Launch Review

A rather scathing review of Dream Team's launch appeared in last Sunday's Trinidad Express; it is written by Micheal Mondezie (

Upon many requests by bloggers who were unable to see the article as it was not available online here it is:

Please Click ON the photo for a large view:

Edited to add :
It was brought to my attention that there were also other reviews that appeared in the News Papers that featured Dream Team's launch such as this one by Peter Ray Blood which appeared in the Trinidad Guardian last Friday:

ON my entry to Pier 1, Chaguaramas, on Sunday evening I figured I must have missed something on the invitation; as it probably stated “beautiful women ONLY.” After an arduous day of travelling all the way to Salybia to spend the day with the Martin clan at Michael Headley’s sprawling Playa del Este, there was still something left in the tank to attend The Dream Team’s launch of Bejeweled, its C2K8 presentation.

As the night wore on the pretty women just seemed to get prettier, especially those handpicked by the committee to model the costumes; and, I knew it wasn’t on account of to much alcohol, as all I had the night was cranberry juice.

The Dream Team, a hybrid of the now defunct Poison, tested the waters this year with its presentation of Rhythmnation. Bandleader Paul Singh told me that pleased with the response to the C2K7 trial, he and his committee decided to go the distance.

Sunday’s launch was really a fun event with beautiful people, enjoying the cool night air of the scenic western peninsula.
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