Hailey Bieber Embodies Summer in String Bikini and Playful Graphic Tee

The model and entrepreneur kicked off the summer season out on the water.
Hailey Bieber

Hailey Bieber.


Hailey Bieber is clearly ready for summer. The Rhode founder shared a series of Instagram snaps in a red string bikini and graphic “Got Milk?” T-shirt out on the open water on May 27.

The 26-year-old showed off fresh and glowing skin in the first photo, while her short brown locks were wet and slicked back away from her face. Bieber sat atop a paddleboard in another pic while offering up a goofy grin for the camera. She sprawled out across the blue, white and orange board in another snapshot.

Bieber accessorized with gold statement earrings but kept her beachy look simple otherwise. The photo collage also included a brief video clip in which she applied a skincare product all over her face.

“all I know is, I’m about to have the best summer of my life.🥛,” the model wrote in her caption.

Several of Bieber’s 49.5 million followers were captivated by the photos and loved the media personality’s summer energy.

“that is, in fact, my baby,” Paloma Elsesser wrote in the comments.

“Umm hellooo?!!?!! 😍,” Lori Harvey exclaimed.

“Ur the cutest ❤️,” Sophia Li added.

“YES!!!!!” Karla Welch applauded.

“Here for this energy,” Tess Annique Souray noted.

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