The supermodel Olivia Culpo recently participated in an outdoor shoot for Shape Magazine. She went topless while posing for Thomas Whiteside’s camera. The model looked fabulous as she showed off her nicely toned body. Sandy beach was chosen for the location of the photoshoot.
In one of the photos, Olivia was seen donning an orange top with a matching long tube skirt. The triangle top, with a plunging neckline, revealed her charming bosom. Her toned figure was highlighted by her outfit. A light makeup look was chosen for the shoot, which highlighted her naturally beautiful facial features. She touched her hair softly as she posed for the camera.
The model posed in a black suit and black pants. She stood by the shore while posing. The suit was unbuttoned to reveal her cleavage. Her hair was pushed back, which made her look charismatic. She held her pants while looking at the breaking waves. The model charmingly smiled while her pants and ankles were drenched in water.
Olivia sat on the sandy beach sporting a black and white check suit. The suit was undone to show off her bosom. Her sensuous figure looked more toned in the suit. She touched her hair while glaring at the camera.
In a snap, Olivia was seen posing topless by the shore. She posed with her back towards the camera. Her side boobs could be seen from under her arms. The model’s bronzed skin made her look even more gorgeous. She put on a wide-brim hat, which partially covered her face. To highlight her sharp facial features, the light side of the makeup palette was used.
She wore a black bodysuit that appreciated her toned legs and stunning figure. She accessorized her look with a wide-brim straw hat. Olivia posted this snap on her Instagram and expressed her gratitude, “Thank you @shape for making me your December cover girl.
What an honor! I have admired this magazine my entire life, I will never forget seeing it at the grocery stores as a little girl and looking at the women gracing the covers in awe. And thank you so much to the village who made these shots possible. This was my first ever pandemic cover shoot and this would not have been possible without such an amazing team.”