Alix Earle Looks Outstanding in Hot Pink Bikini in Turks and Caicos

The social media star channeled Barbie on a recent influencer trip.
Alix Earle

Alix Earle.

Influencer Alix Earle is spending some time in Turks and Caicos, and she’s of course taking her fans along for the ride. The 22-year-old documented her departure on April 25 and followed up a few days later with beachside bikini content.

In her April 30 IG collage, Earle modeled a stringy hot pink bikini with a tropical beverage held in one hand and a gorgeous blue sky backdrop behind her. Her bikini top featured ring detailing, while the straps were criss-crossed in front of her chest. Earle accessorized her beachy look with a sheer white cover-up hung low on her waist.

“never a dull time #trippinwithtarte 🏝️,” the University of Miami senior wrote in her caption of makeup brand Tarte’s luxury influencer trip.

In another snap, Earle donned a Hawaiian shirt with her own face printed on it alongside flamingos and tropical flowers. She cheesed with fellow influencer Golloria George in a video snippet and also featured a photo of the gorgeous scenery at sunset. 

“Jaw dropped,” Shannon St. Clair declared in the comments.

“The fact that you are continuing to go to school for your degree, after all the success you’ve had (and will continue to have) is just phenomenal!!” one person applauded.

“Tarte really out here showing brands how to do it 🔥🔥🔥,” Iskra Lawrence quipped.

“the pink is giving Barbie 🩷,” someone else gushed.

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