Stars and stripes never looked so good! In honor of the Fourth of July, Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal stripped down and suited up in a sexy, patriotic monokini.
The 22-year-old stunner (who actually hails from Denmark) showed off her fit physique in Op's American Flag monokini during a photo shoot in Miami. The design features a red, white, and blue motif with side cutouts and an open back.
This is not the first time Agdal has strutted her stuff for Op. Earlier this year, the SI cover girl posed with Dallas actor Josh Henderson in a sizzling campaign for the brand's surf wear-inspired bikinis and monokinis.
Monokinis are very in style this summer season. All the stars seem to be wearing them including stars like Sofia Vargas and many more. They look great if you have the body for the form fitting swim suit that shows almost as much as a bikini. The thing about a monokini is you have to have a shapely hips and the side of your body has to be in great shape. Nina Agdal has all that and looks fabulous in her patriotic monokini.
"Op was one of the first companies to take the surfing style and make it more fashionable," she said in a press release about the ads. "I love that they still keep it cool and California-like, but chic."
The campaign followed the biggest milestone of her career to date -- landing the cover of the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. "This has been my goal," Adam Levine's ex said at the time. "I couldn't be happier...It's absolutely amazing get a look at US Weekly!"
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