Ultra Music Festival

Ultra 2013: Top Ten (Almost) Naked Raver Girls

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A check of the weather: Sunshine and a ten-percent chance of rain.

Which means we're rocking nothing but underpants and furry boots for weekend two of Ultra Music Festival, just like the "Top Ten (Almost) Naked Raver Bros" we met last week.

But girls just want to have fun too. And the ladies of UMF proved that they weren't shy at all about showing some skin while roaming Bayfront Park.

Check out the top ten (almost) naked Ultra raver girls after the cut.

See also:

- Ultra 2013: Top Five Trends, From Big Beautiful Butts to No Hipsters

- Ultra 2013: Top Seven Fashion Statements, From Bras as Shirts to Sexist Tees

-Ten Best Butts at Ultra 2013

-Top 13 Hardcore Ravers at Ultra 2013 in Animated GIF!

-Naked Dancing Dude Gets Arrested at Ultra Music Festival 2013 (NSFW VIDEO)

-Ultra 2013: Top Ten (Almost) Naked Raver Bros

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Aussie! Aussie! Aussie!

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These girls know that a one-piece bathing suit offers very little room to secure your personal belongings and played it smart by accessorizing with sweet fanny packs.

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If you're going to wear next-to-nothing, wear next-to-nothing with your homegirls. That's what friends are for, BBs.

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America, fuck yeah!

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Want to walk around topless but worried someone might recognize you? Trucker hats are a great disguise.

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Bras that look like cupcakes > [fill in the blank]

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Sweet sailor tattoo!

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Y'all should've brought pockets. Hang on to those cell phones, girls!

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Notice the water bottle? H2O does the body good.

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Kisses from Ultra!

See y'all this weekend, beat freaks.

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