August 3, 2020 11:41PM EDT
Kourtney Kardashian has kept her summer bikini queen status even without luxury overseas yachting trips. She rocked a yellow two piece during a weekend staycation in Santa Barbara, CA.
Normally Kourtney Kardashian would be wowing fans with a daily display of bikinis and other swimwear during her summer yachting trips around Italy and Greece. But since COVD-19 has shut down Americans traveling to Europe, she’s getting in plenty of staycations around Southern California where she can flaunt her amazing bikini body. After donning bikinis and sexy one pieces in Palm Springs, Malibu and Newport Beach, she headed north up the coast from L.A. to Santa Barbara, where she wore a tiny yellow two piece.
In a group of Instagram photos Kourtney posted from her getaway which she called “weekenders,” the second snapshot showed the Poosh founder leaning against a white railing next to the beach in the sexy bikini. She flaunted her tight abs and tiny waist and long legs. Behind her, blue and yellow beach umbrellas could be seen at her resort, with the cool Pacific waters in the background. Kourt wore a white long-sleeve cotton unbuttoned blouse from the new sustainable and unisex Australian label I Dream For You over her swimsuit body.
This isn’t the first time that the mother of three has opted for a yellow bikini during a summer 2020 SoCal staycation. On July 17, she shared photos of a weekend getaway to her mom Kris Jenner‘s estate in Palm Springs, CA. Kourt looked so adorable in a yellow two piece with a peasant-style crop top featuring big sleeves, and a bottom that included a super feminine ruffle around the waistband. The sunny color is so perfect for summer and with Kourt’s skin-tone.
Kourtney Kardashian wears an itty bitty yellow bikini on the beach in Mexico on Aug. 24, 2018. Photo credit: SplashNews
In addition to showing off her incredible figure in the photos from Santa Barbara, the reality star also shared at least one of her summer book choices. She’s on a path to letting go of self-limiting beliefs by reading The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz. In the same photo next t