Blake Lively Accessorized Her Geometric Bikini With the Best Beachy Jewelry

The actress also showed off a black one-piece swimsuit on Instagram.
Blake Lively

Blake Lively.


Blake Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds appear to be enjoying some fun in the sun. The actress shared a collage of tropical photos on Instagram on April 7, including several cute swimwear looks.

Lively wore The Emily Top ($140) by Follow Suit, which is currently available for pre-order. The 35-year-old mom of four paired her swim top with a floor length patterned skirt from Free People. 

The Gossip Girl star’s accessories were the best part of her ensemble. Lively accented her swimsuit with layers of necklaces, including a few chains by Jennifer Meyer and a trio of adorable seashell-shaped pendants from Brent Neale.

“she sells seashells down by the seashore,” Lively playfully wrote in her caption.

Other images in the carousel post included the actress wearing a black one-piece swimsuit with a stomach cut-out and a candid snap of Reynolds on the beach.

Plenty of Lively’s 39 million followers, including celebrity friends and fans, chimed in to the comments section.

“She is my favorite jewelry collector 😍,” Gigi Hadid applauded.

“Ooo lalaaaa! 😍😍😍,” sister Robyn Lively gushed.

“What is it like being an actual goddess?” a follower inquired.

“Let’s take a moment and appreciate how normal these pictures look,” someone else stated. “Get it Blake, truly a beautiful person on screen and off.”

“Thank you for being real and not photoshopped,” another person added.

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