Curvy model told she has ‘most perfect belly ever’ as she flaunts it in ʙικιɴι

Ariella Nyssa is a body positive influencer who’s known for sharing self-love advice. Now she’s shown off her lumps and bumps by slipping into a super slinky ʙικιɴι

Autumn may be creeping up quickly, but one model is still strutting her stuff in swimwear.

Ariella Nyssa is a body positive influencer who’s known for sharing self-love advice, which is why she boasts more than 730,000 Instagram followers.

Recently she stunned by flaunting her curves in a super Sєxy ʙικιɴι to soak up some sun.

She slipped into a slinky set by Fashion Nova as she proudly flaunted her bod.

Blonde and beautiful – she completely stunned as she looked pretty as a picture in the multi-coloured design.

Posing naturally, she sat on a chair and allowed her natural, unposed bod to do its thing.

Smiling for the camera she looked radiant and glowing as she showed off her tan.

Opting for natural, bronzed tones when it came to her make-up, she looked neutral and glam as she sat candidly.

Ariella wore a throw over her arms that matched her swimwear and she accessorised the outfit with a simple necklace.

Paired with soft, wavy hair and some earrings she looked more than ready to hit the beach.

More than 15,000 people have liked the pictures since she shared them – and people adore how she reveals her bod with pride.

People particularly liked how she showed off her natural tummy.

One person commented: “I can’t take my eyes off of you!!”

Another added: “The most perfect belly ever.”

A third replied: “H๏τtest damn midsection on the planet!! Damnation!!!”

Meanwhile, a fourth added: “Girl yes! To all of these pH๏τos.”

Just last week Ariella opened up about how much she loves to flaunt her lumps and bumps.

She dubbed them “beautiful” as she slipped into another Sєxy outfit.

Writing on Instagram, Ariella said: “How beautiful are our lumps and bumps?

“Honestly one of my favourite parts of a women’s body. Something we are forced to hate, something we are forced to be ashamed of.

“But… when you really look. And I mean REALLY look.. they are just the most beautiful forms of art.”