Sofia Richie Strips Down To String Bikini Before Instagram Has Gotten Over 'Legal AF' Pic

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Sofia Richie is back in a bikini. The model and girlfriend to Scott Disick didn't take long to return to swimwear mode; Sofia's Instagram story showing off her bikini-ready body came just one hour after the 21-year-old covered up in a pink bodysuit in another post.

The popular Instagram post showing Sofia rocking a glittery and girly look proved well-received, per The Inquisitr, but Sofia wasn't done for the day. Fans were still losing their minds over in the post's comments section as the blonde took to the platform to show off her swimwear look.

Sofia's story post was taken in her bathroom. The model was in selfie mode as she stood in front of a mirror and flaunted her sizzling curves in a leopard-print bikini. The string two-piece was on the minimal side, although a pair of tan sweatpants worn just below the waist offered a little protection. Fans would likely argue that this girl needs none, though. The opinion would likely come in handy given that Sofia then appeared in a selfie without the sweatpants; this model knows how to up the ante.

"Not letting this summer end," was the comment accompanying the model's story.

A mention was also made to Emily Ratajkowski's Inamorata swimwear brand. Clearly, Sofia is a fan.

Headlines do, however, still mostly center around the model's relationship with the 36-year-old Talentless founder. The couple made major headlines in August for taking a luxury vacation in Italy, with Sofia also joining Kylie Jenner for her 22nd birthday celebrations. As to where Scott and Sofia are in their relationship, a source reporting to Hollywood Life suggested that the two aren't quite ready to start walking down the aisle.

"They're Scott's family so it's very significant, it speaks volumes about Sofia's future with Scott. She's so secure in her relationship with Scott and the Kardashians do play a part in that, so having their blessing makes things easier for sure," the source added.