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Sofia Richie manages to even make snorkeling look like a stylish activity. The 22-year-old model recently enjoyed a getaway in St. Barts, where she strapped on a snorkel mask and breathing tube to complement her “Tia Floral” string bikini bottom and triangle top from her favorite swimwear brand, Frankie’s Bikinis (the entire set retails for $140). Sofia shared throwback photos of this snorkeling trip on her Instagram page on Dec. 28, which showed her posing in her cute suit by her brother Miles Richie, 26, and a friend in one of the pictures.
An iconic scene from Ben Stiller‘s 2004 comedy, Along Came Polly, inspired Sofia’s caption. “Scuba with luben?,” Sofia captioned the vacation photos. The model followed up that post with another bikini photo, which showed her lounging in a boat in a blue paisley print bikini top while looking into a pair of binoculars. “Me looking into 2021,” Sofia wrote, adding a pair of eyeball emojis. It hasn’t been Sofia’s first day of sharing gorgeous bikini looks from her getaway on the Caribbean island; she also recently shared photos of herself stunning in a the Neptune bikini bottom and top set from Emily Ratajkowski‘s clothing brand, Inamorata, which costs a total of $150.
Sofia was also on vacation with her and Miles’ dad, Grammy-winning singer Lionel Richie, 71. At one point during the getaway, they were joined by Emily in Paris star Lily Collins, 31, and her fiancé Charlie McDowell, 37, on a yacht! It was an overall sporty trip; Sofia showed off her surfing skills while wakeboarding in the ocean on her Instagram Story amid her time abroad, which you can watch in the second and third slides of the post below.
As you can see, Sofia has been living her best life amid the holiday season. She even posted a cryptic quote about self-growth about two weeks before Christmas, following her split from Scott Disick, 37, earlier in 2020. “You loved the person I was, i love the person I’m becoming,” read the standout line in the book Sofia was reading, which included a paragraph about outgrowing people that “we used to know.”