Swimwear model Devin Brugman basically lives her entire life in a two-piece, and the Instagram star is having to adjust to the quarantine as most beaches and vacation hotspots around the globe are closed while everyone hunkers down to combat the spread of COVID-19.
The 29-year-old model is trying to make the best of her situation, however, and keeping the tradition alive by showing off her sexy swimwear to fans, even if it’s only from within the confines of her living room.
Over the weekend, the Bikini A Day co-founder gave fans a little peek into how her normal routine has changed since the quarantine started. Confinement and social distancing has caused normal social standards to be thrown out the window … which includes starting off the day with a nice glass of wine!
“Rosé for breakfast is acceptable now right?” Brugman asked fans while sitting on her kitchen counter and enjoying an AM toast.
The model didn’t leave fans disappointed either, as she was rocking a knotted crop top that showed off some curvy cleavage, and paired the outfit with matching pants.
To balance out her diet of vino and delicious snacks, Devin Brugman is making sure to stay on top of her workout routine while at home.
She recently showcased one of her “Quarantine Yoga” sessions with fans and explained the importance of staying active during these uncertain times.
“I find that one of the most important things in reducing my anxiety throughout this Quarantine is moving my body. Even if that just means a 10 minute stretch in the morning!” Brugman captioned her IG video.
Being indoors has not shutdown Brugman’s bikini game as is still showing off her signature swimwear with no beach in sight. The model recently showed off a sultry red bikini from her Monday Swimwear line, and announced that the proceeds will be going towards communities impacted by COVID-19, including meals delivered to local food banks.
Along with the charitable push, Brugman’s new bikinis are made of “eco-friendly recycled fabrics,” which she says makes the new line “our most environmentally friendly collection yet.”