Natasha Oakley, an Australian bombshell with 2.1 million followers on Instagram, showed off her toned body in the latest photo on her Instagram page. In the shared snapshot, the swimwear influencer and model rocked an elegant white snakeskin bikini that flaunted her taut abs. The bikini top looked similar to a standard underwire bra, but it also featured a V-shaped neckline that accentuated her cleavage. The bikini bottoms were skimpy and high cut, a fact that flaunted her long, lean legs.
Natasha was on a boat on the Sydney Harbour when the photo was taken. She wore her blond hair down in loose beachy waves and held a matching cover-up in her hands as she posed.
According to her caption and the tags on the photo, the eye-catching two-piece swimsuit is from Natasha and her friend Devin Brugman’s swimsuit line, Monday Swimwear. While Natasha didn’t share the name of the design, a glance at the brand’s website reveals that she sported their Clovelly top and Capri bottoms. Both items are currently sold out on the website in the snakeskin print, however.
Natasha’s photo has garnered over 15,000 likes and close to 100 comments so far. In those comments, fans raved over the model’s appearance.
“You are truly a vision of beauty,” one fan wrote.
“You have a beautiful voluptuous body,” another commenter added.
“Nothing gets better than you,” a third fan said. “Stunning lady.”
But one commenter claimed to have noticed “evidence” that Natasha has had plastic surgery.
“You look great,” they wrote. “You can see you’ve had lipo in your inner thighs and possibly knees. You have thick legs. This a positive way of adding plastic surgery to enhance what you already have.”
As of this writing, Natasha hasn’t responded to the cosmetic surgery accusation.
Natasha often shows off her body in bikinis on Instagram and these swimsuits are almost always from Monday Swimwear. In an upload from three days ago, Natasha showcased the brand’s Maui bikini top in a blue shade that they call “Ceynote.” It’s similar to the one that she wore in her most recent photo, but it lacked the distinctive V-shaped neckline. She matched the top to a pair of their Clovelly briefs. The top sells for $96 while the bottoms cost $77.
That social media update has been liked close to 50,000 times and nearly 450 Instagram users have commented on it. One of those comments came from Monday Swimwear co-founder Devin Brugman, who said that Natasha’s body was “Goals.”