Emily Ratajkowski flaunts her jaw-dropping cleavage in a plunging scarlet swimsuit as she shares another steamy snap from her Barbados break
She's currently soaking up the sunshine on an idyllic Barbados getaway.
And Emily Ratajkowski slipped back into her plunging Solid and Striped scarlet swimsuit for another sizzling selfie on Wednesday.
Showing off her ample cleavage, the model-turned-actress, 25, oozed glamour as she posed for the snap with one of her friends.
Scroll down for video
Red hot! She's currently soaking up the sunshine in Barbados. And Emily Ratajkowski slipped back into her plunging scarlet swimsuit for another sizzling selfie on Wednesday
Slashed to the navel, the garment offered a look at her eye-popping cleavage, which was front and centre in the steamy shot.
Wearing her chestnut coloured locks in loose waves, she ran her hands through her hair as she pouted down the lens.
She finished off the look with a delicate diamond necklace that drew even more attention to her decotellage.
Reddy for her close-up: Slashed to the navel, the garment offered a look at her ample cleavage as she continued to share snaps from her idyllic looking getaway
Splash out on a swimsuit by Solid & Striped like Emily Ratajkowski
Emily Ratajkowski has been living it up on an exotic work trip with Hailey Baldwin, Elsa Hosk, Bella Hadid and Rose Bertram. Nice work if you can get it!
And the model and actress has been rocking some seriously sexy swimwear while there including a black bikini by Ale by Alessandra and this red hot swimsuit by Solid & Striped. So if you thought a one-piece was a frumpy option for the beach then think again.
With its plunging neckline and high cut legs this is one eye-catching way to work it next time you're lying by a pool. Sadly the red version isn't available online but you can bag it in black at Net-a-Porter now (right).
Or stick to scarlet with one of the options in our edit below. From Eres to Asos we've found one for every budget.
Emily shot to fame after stripping off for Robin Thicke's controversial Blurred Lines video in 2013 - in which she stole the show with her incredible figure.
And the Gone Girl star recently admitted that she credits her good looks with launching her career.
Speaking to Australian magazine, Oyster, she acknowledged that her appearance has played a part in her rise to fame, but slammed the suggestion that by getting naked in selfies she's playing by the sexist rules rather than breaking them.
Genetically blessed: Emily recently admitted that she credits her looks with launching her career, but slammed suggestions that by getting naked in selfies she's playing the sexist rules
'I don't think I'm being complicit,' she explained. 'Women in the last five to ten years are able to say, "I want to feel this way - it's not for someone else".
'I don't know if in [Gloria Steinem's] revolution in the 60s that was really true. I don't know if there were a lot of women being sexy for their own enjoyment; that's much more common now.'
She added: 'I don't think my career would have happened if it wasn't for the way I look,' as she revealed she's 'worked super hard' to not be affected by people's judgement of her.
Independant woman: Emily recently revealed she's 'worked super hard' to not be affected by people's judgement of her and insisted she will continue to post her saucy selfies
Most watched News videos
- Caught on camera: Checkout line fight erupts over couponing
- Drag race ends in Lamborghini crashing into other cars
- Angry motorist challenges traffic warden over 'illegal parking'
- Couponing mom attacked inside store for holding up the line
- Amir Khan's wife Faryal Makhdoom snapchats an 'apology'
- Real-life Amazon Drone delivery begin trials with no human pilot
- Faryal Makhdoom shares glam videos on Instagram
- Huge 7 stone dog has adorable bark that sounds like hiccup
- 'Scumbag unions': Chants outside Brighton rail station
- Poor cat has it's head pushed into the snow by cheeky dog!
- 'Growing Pains' actor Alan Thicke dead at age 69
- Feliks Zemdegs breaks Rubik's cube speed-solving world record