‘Sports Illustrated’ Model Nina Agdal Goes Topless, Wears Dangerously Short Miniskirt In Risque Instagram Post

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Nina Agdal is feeling sexy this week, and she wants her Instagram followers to vibe with her. On Wednesday, the 26-year-old model took to the popular social media platform to share a sizzling snapshot of herself posing in very little clothing, putting her body on full display.

The photo in question is from a photo shoot she did with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit as the tags and logo on it show. The swimsuit model is topless for the shot, while wearing a barely-there pink miniskirt that leaves little to the imagination. The Danish beauty is leaning against what looks like a dried tree trunk, with her back and side to the camera in a pose that puts her booty at the center of the photo.

Her mesh pink and yellow skirt sits right on her derriere, which she is pointing at the camera. The lens is set at a lower angle, capturing her from the thighs up. While Agdal didn’t include a geotag with her post — or any details about this shoot — Sports Illustrated‘s website shows that this is a snap from a 2015 shoot in Utah.

The model has her left arm stretched in front of her, touching the tree, while her right arm is over her chest — helping cover herself up, and censoring the photo.

Her blonde hair is falling in loose waves as the model has her head tilted back, facing upward. Her eyes are closed and her lips are slightly parted in a seductive way. In the background, the state’s gorgeous geological formations tower over the model, in a color that matches Agdal’s sun-kissed skin and golden locks.

The post — which Agdal shared with her 1.6 million Instagram followers — garnered more than 35,000 likes and more than 330 comments in less than 24 hours of having been. Users of the social media platform took to the comments section to praise her good looks, and to share their admiration for the model.

“Rocking that mini skirt…and everything else that you wear!” one user wrote.

“Beautiful composition. Great photography, Stunning model,” another fan chimed in.

As her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit page shows, Agdal appeared in six of the magazine’s issues from 2012 to 2017 — shooting from Desroches Island, the Seychelles, Hayman Island, Australia, the Cook Islands, Utah, Zanzibar, and Mexico, respectively. As TV Over Mind pointed out, Agdal was Rookie of the Year in the magazine’s 2012 edition.

Agdal has been open about her struggle with anxiety — one that comes from working in the high-pressure industry — which prompted her to take a year off from modeling, Sports Illustrated reported last year.

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Long caption ???? but felt like i needed to share.. I haven’t had a panick attack in a long time but for some reason i was hit with one last night. As i have expressed before I’ve been dealing with anxiety for quite some time now and some days are worse than others, but during fashion week it explodes. I unfortunately this week tend to get crippling anxiety from the stress and countless events. I wanted to take a moment to explain that if i seem off, when you see me, its not because “I’ve lost it” or have anything against you, it’s simply because i get so overwhelmed these days that my brain capacity is 10% of what it normally is and I struggle to have a conversation so i avoid it. I love people, and i am a people person, but im not great in big settings. If i dont stay from start to finish it’s not because I don’t want to or that there’s something wrong with the event. Its simply because i hit a breaking point and i don’t want to turn to over consuming alcohol to keep me there by numbing myself and the anxiety. This is all something im working on, every single day, but i wanted to be honest, cus last night was rough. Nothing is more important than mental health, and anxiety doesn’t define me. I’m working hard on building a solid foundation for myself but like anything else it takes time and effort. And to everyone who has these moments, you’re not alone, so lets talk about it, take the power out of it and back into us. ❤️ Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/GC Images

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