Photo Credit: Sports Illustrated
The basketball star, Skylar Diggins featured recently in a Sports Illustrated bikini shoot. Her mother helped her select the bikinis so that she appeared tastefully dressed instead of skanky. And she looked hot enough by Sports Illustrated standards. This was a first for Skylar who said she got more and more comfortable with the modeling assignment with the passage of time.
Skylar Diggins has posed for the 50th Anniversary Issue of Sports Illustrated and boy does she look hot and sizzling in those snaps. The 23 year old basketball player was doing this for the first time in her life so she felt a little awkward. But as she sank into the role of a sexy bikini body all the kinks in the process got smoothed out. The scene was shot on a beach and the site was the British Virgin Islands.
While Skylar did expose some skin it was not in bad taste. And her abdominals were the height of perfection and feminine beauty. She had minimal makeup on her face and figure. And her dark hair spread on the sides of her face to lend grace and a special gorgeousness to her image.
The bikini shoot shows her venturing forth into the sand and surf. As the waves ride over her beautiful sexy body, it appears that the ebony beauty and the beige beach become one in their timeless sensuality. She is of the elements and there is no separation between the natural and the human. The awe-inspiring cleavage and fine form she possesses can’t be matched by the fittest individuals on earth.
There is definitely a raw wildness to Skylar’s photo shoot. She later on took to Twitter to send messages to her fans regarding her bikini body. Skylar’s stepfather has spoken of how she consulted her family before consenting to the photo opportunity. Her mother went along with her on set to select the bikinis for her. She wanted Skylar to keep it naughty but nice!
Watch the Skylar Diggins Swimsuit video below.
See all Skylar Diggins photos for the SI Swimsuit 2014 edition online here.
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