Ashley Graham Flaunts Curvaceous Bod in Skimpy Bikini on Vacation in Bali


Ashley Graham Flaunts Curvaceous Bod in Skimpy Bikini on Vacation in Bali


The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model can be seen posing while sticking out her tongue and holding up two peace signs.
Ashley Graham once again shows people that she isn't embarrassed of her body size. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model treats her almost 5 million Instagram followers to another yet racy photo of her, taken during her vacation in Bali, Indonesia. This time, the 29-year-old supermodel slips into a skimpy black bikini which accentuates her voluptuous figure.

Ashley dons a two-piece bikini, which bottoms feature beautiful flowers embroideries. She can be seen posing while sticking out her tongue and holding up two peace signs. She simply captions the raunchy snap with some peace emojis.



During her tropical vacay in the island, Ashley also visits some tourist attractions. She posts another photo, featuring her and her mother posing in front of a traditional building in Bali while twinning in black-and-white outfits. "Bali Fun with Mama Graham," so she writes in the caption.



Obviously, the "America's Next Top Model" judge spends some time to soak up some un. While donning a floral red two-piece and a Panama hat, Ashley lays down in a sun lounger. She writes in the caption, "Time to tan that tummy Mama!!! It's her first time in a 1984!!!"



Ashley previously set some pulses racing as brought her inner wild side for the cover of August issue for New York Magazine. Clad in a Dolce and Gabbana fur coat from 1991 fall collection, a leopard-print strapped top and lacy shorts, she posed sexily with a matching background for the camera as she pouted her plumped lips.

In the interview with the magazine, Ashley revealed that she hated the term "plus-size" because the term divided between the "normal" body and the "other." She explained, "It's like, 'Plus what?' That's something I've always been told: 'You're not good enough because you're plus-size.' " However, she clarified that she was not trying to ban the word, though she preferred "curvy" or "curve" instead of "plus-size."


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