Ashley Graham put her famous curves on full display on Thursday, when she slipped into a bright orange bra and matching briefs.
The plus-size model, 33, who welcomed her first child with husband Justin Ervin 15 months ago, looked gorgeous in the laid-back lingerie, which she teamed effortlessly with an off-white denim jacket.
Gushing about her look, she captioned her Instagram snap: ‘Love this fit!’
The mother-of-one wore her glossy brown hair loose, and accentuated her eyes with puffs of metallic eyeshadow.
She added a swipe of nude lipstick for good measure.
Avoiding the camera’s gaze, Ashley tilted her head and looked down at the ground for the sultry snap.
Hours earlier, the brunette beauty shared a tranquil mirror selfie.
Sporting an off the shoulder black crop top and surrounded by plants, Ashley wore her in loose waves as she pouted for her social media followers.
The star teamed her midriff-bearing top with a pair of chic black trousers and drew attention to her chiselled cheeks with swipes of shimmering bronzer.
The model, a body positivity activist, originally met 32-year-old cinematographer Justin as they attended a church service in 2009.
‘First of all, oh my gosh, [Justin] got hotter when Isaac was born,’ Ashley gushed to Entertainment Tonight in February.
‘I’m like, “Woo! You change that dirty diaper, you are so fine. Woo! You clean up that mess, thank you.” Acts of service is my love language so it has been on fleek. It has been so hot, hot, hot.’
She continued: ‘Marry your best friend because that’s a really big deal. You want to make sure that you guys like each other. Liking each other is such a big deal, and talking through everything.
‘There should be nothing that is left unsaid. Justin and I always say to each other, “Don’t assume.”‘
Ashley also admitted that being a mother to son Isaac has made her softer and more patient, not only with the world, but herself.
‘I am starting to see things through a little kid’s eyes and not my own, so that can be hard sometimes,’ she revealed.
‘You’ve lived a long life and now you have to see it through such innocent and pure eyes. They just seem different. They’re more fun and innocent and beautiful.’