Emily Ratajkowski Goes Topless In Sexy Instagram Photos

Emily Ratajkowski attends the GQ Australia Men of The Year Awards
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Emily Ratajkowski has seemingly never been shy about showing off her curves on social media, and this week proved no different for the model.

According to the Daily Mail, Emily Ratajkowski took to her Instagram stories over the weekend to share a very revealing photo and video of herself completely topless.

In the sexy snapshots, Emily wears a pair of skin-tight, neon orange spandex shorts that covers up her navel. She also dons a pair of knee-high, black boots. However, that’s all when it comes to her wardrobe.

Ratajkowski wears no bra or shirt in the photo and video that she posted over the weekend, and stands in an array of sexy poses, where she showcases her flat tummy and extremely toned abs. She also leaves little to the imagination by concealing her bare chest with her hands.

Emily’s ample cleavage is on full display as she models nearly naked. Ratajkowski has her dark hair parted to the side and styled in soft, straight strands that fall down her back. She also dons a full face of makeup in the photos, which includes dark eyebrows, thick lashes, a bronzed glow, and a dark, nude lip color.

Emily adds to her look by sporting a pair of long, dangling earrings, and a ring on one of her pinky fingers.

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As many fans know, Emily Ratajkowski often posts racy photos and videos to her Instagram account, and her fans love it.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Emily recently opened up about her love of wearing skimpy clothing and doesn’t understand why people believe it to be so controversial.

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“[Like] I’m playing into a patriarchal society by looking the way I look and capitalizing on my sexiness. It makes me feel good about myself, and I shouldn’t be limited on that. Making rules as to what a feminist should look like or wear is insane to me,” Ratajkowski told Vogue Australia.

“I think it’s sexism. I think in general people don’t really want to hear women talk about these kinds of things, and especially women who make money on how they look: they especially resent them using their voice,” Emily added of the attention her sexy images receive.

The Gone Girl actress, who has been an advocate for women’s rights, has also told Harper’s Bazaar that criticizing what women wear is oppressive, and the opposite of feminism.

Fans can see more of Emily Ratajkowski by following her on Instagram.