Olivia Culpo and her sister Sophia Culpo are showing off their beach bodies on their social media pages. Olivia and Sophia just launched their fashion line with sister Aurora Culpos x Inc that is sold exclusively at Macy’s. Now, Olivia and Sophia were joined by friends Kristen Louelle and fashion designer Devon Windsor on a luxurious vacation in Cabo San Lucas. The sisters showed off their Devon Windsor Swim bikinis in a series of photos they shared on their Instagram pages.
Both Olivia and Sophia opted to wear bikinis in the textured zebra print. Olivia chose to wear a bandeau style bikini top while Sophia wore a classic triangle top with string bikini bottoms.
Olivia Culpo wore the Devon Windsor Swim Skylar top in textured zebra. The bikini top comes with removable sleeves for a stunning look. The Skylar bikini top retails for approximately $135.
Olivia paired the Skylar bikini top with the matching Mila bottoms, also in the textured zebra print. The bikini bottoms are a revealing, low-rise bottom that provides medium coverage.
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Olivia looked gorgeous in the bikini and posed for two pictures with her sister Sophia.
Sophia wore the Devon Windsor Swim Carine bikini top in textured zebra and paired it with the Cara bikini bottoms.
The Devon Windsor Swim Carine bikini top retails for approximately $95. The Cara bikini bottoms cost about $75.
Olivia Culpo shared the following caption along with a photo of the two sisters showing affection to each other. You may see those pictures below.
Sometimes we fight sometimes we make up 🤪 @sophiaculpo
What do you think about the Devon Windsor Swim collection? Have you viewed Olivia Culpos fashion line with her sisters Culpos x Inc at Macy’s? Which bikini do you like best — the one worn by Olivia Culpo or Sophia’s?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.