Salma’s cheery gold striոg biкini is just what we need now

Salma’s cheery gold striոg biкini is just what we need now

If you’re experiencing post-weekend blues, know that you’re not alone, and that Salma Hayek has you covered.

On Sunday, the actress tweeted a couple of images from her weekend excursions, one of which featured a bright-yellow biкini top that will not only brighten up your Monday morning, but will also serve as the perfect clothing inspiration for your next summer adventure.

Hayek posed with her arm over her scuba teacher Martina Engel’s shoulders in the opening slide of her Instagram image, sporting a yellow bustier swimsսit top with triangle-shaped cups linked together with a delicate bow.

Salma wore her diving suit in the image, concealing what may or may not have been matching yellow bottoms, and went makeup-free for the occasion.

She completed the outfit by pulling her hair into a haphazard ponytail and accessorising her suit with the ideal summer accessory: an ice-cold beer.

She captioned the image, “Hanging out with my favourite dive master @martina_scubadiving_instructor,” and added the same phrase in Spanish. “Passing the time with my favourite scuba instructor @martina_scubadiving_instructor.”

This isn’t Hayek’s first time slipping into a seductive biкini to battle the summer heat – far from it.

Last week, the actress wore a Barbie-approved pink one-piece suit while splashing around in a pool with her husband, François-Henri Pinault, only days after celebrating National Biкini Day in a multicolor crochet string biкini.

“Have a great #NationalBiкiniDay!” “Can you believe the biкini has only been around for 77 years?!” she captioned a post on Instagram at the time. “Let’s just hope they don’t ban them too #notathrowback.”

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Salma’s cheery gold striոg biкini is just what we need now
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