The blonde-haired beauty looked super glam as she posed for the camera, but her swimwear was a little risky. She was brave enough to don an extreme underboob trend as she soaked up the sun by the pool
A model risked a wardrobe malfunction by donning an extreme underboob bikini trend as she flaunted her bod in a series of saucy pool-side snaps.
The gorgeous blonde-haired beauty definitely turned up the heat as she modelled a raunchy electric blue bikini.
She looked super toned, and super glamorous, as she showed off her lean tum in the skimpy swimwear that flashed a little underboob.
Snaps were shared on the Fashion Nova swimwear Instagram page, which showed the model showing off the Miami Glow 3 Piece Bikini Set.
The three piece set, which comes complete with a cover up too, is available on the website for $48.99 (£43.20).
As for the design of the swimwear – it’s incredibly slinky – with a strappy asymmetrical tie bandeau top covering the boobs and a strappy cheeky bottom garment to cover the bottom.
A mesh cover-up also comes with the set, which is see-through and partially cut-out on one side.
The model lied down on a sun bed as she posed for the saucy snaps, and the pictures were shared alongside the cheeky caption: “You Think It’s Easy To Just Lay And Tan?
“I Have To Rotate Too. Gotta Keep The Tan Even.”
When she turns over to model the back of the bikini, fans are able to get a glimpse of her curvy booty.
Autumn may be fast-approaching, but it’s clear that this model is keen to soak up the last moments of summer, as she left temperatures sizzling with the jaw-dropping pictures.
Since the pictures were shared on social media the model has been dubbed as “sexy”.
More than 2,000 people have liked the sizzling snaps, and many people have also commented to say how beautiful she looks.
One person simply said “wow”, while another said the blonde bombshell looked totally “hot.”
Another said the model was a “beauty”, while another simply commented “nice.”
Meanwhile, one more added: “Greatest undertext and great photos.”