For Natasha Oakley and Devin Brugman, bikinis have become a way of life. The gorgeous models not only look good in tiny two-piece swimsuits, but they are the owners of the highly sought after Monday Swimwear collection.
Natasha Oakley recently posted an Instagram photo of her and her bestie enjoying a day on the beach. The blonde, who originally hails from Australia, captioned the snapshot “Beach babies for life,” and looking at the picture, it seems as if these two enjoy nothing more than a day spent relaxing at the beach.
Oakley wore a barely-there black string bikini which showed a generous amount of cleavage. The 28-year-old wore a black sarong over hips. However, the cover-up could not hide the blonde bombshell’s killer abs.
The Aussie model wore her hair in a simple side path. Her gold tresses fell in soft waves over her shoulders and back. Oakley completed the look with black sunglasses, a structured basket bag with leather handles, and a gold necklace with a pendant that nestled between her breasts.
Brugman, who is also 28, looked equally svelte in a leopard print bikini that showed off the brunette’s curvy frame. The string bikini barely contained the model’s voluptuous curves, which threatened to bust out of the confines of her swimsuit.
The Californian native wore dark sunglasses and a bold red lip, and she styled her hair in a middle path, with her curly locks cascading down her shoulders. Brugman shrugged off her cream cover-up as she posed for the camera.
The photo was an instant success with Oakley’s 2 million followers. Having racked up just shy of 40,000 likes in less than a day, it’s easy to believe that these two businesswomen know what their fans appreciate in a good bikini. In fact, the comments seemed to focus not only on how good the girls look in their skimpy attire but on their friendship as well, which remains as rock solid as ever.
“You two! Love your bond with each other, business partners and sisters for life,” one Instagram user wrote.
The friends realized that bikinis are big business — they first founded the “A Bikini A Day” blog, and then went on to launch their swimwear brand in 2014. Per Heightline, Monday Swimwear was “listed as one of the top seven swimwear brands by The London Evening Standard” in May of 2017. Oakley and Brugman also announced that they have further plans to set up a massive online bikini market.