Candice Swanepoel shows off her impressively toned physique in a tiny knotted bandeau top

Candice Swanepoel showed off her impressively toned physique in a scorching snap shared to her Instagram account on Monday morning.

The 32-year-old Victoria’s Secret Angel was seen posing in a lush tropical landscape, with the breathtaking golden sunlight serving to accentuate her beautifully sculpted form.

The supermodel also wrote a short message in the post’s caption that read: ‘I am a brutally soft woman.’ It is a quote from poet Nayyirah Waheed.

She contrasted her top with a hip-hugging red bottom that was complemented by strands of blue string.

The fashion industry icon’s gorgeous blonde hair stayed messy during the pH๏τoshoot and partially covered the right side of her face while also falling onto her shoulders and backside.

The South African accessorized with a single gold armband while posing for the sizzling snap.

Swanepoel also tagged the official Instagram account for her swimwear line, Tropic of C, in the post.

She was recently featured in two sH๏τs that were posted to her brand’s outlet, the first of which showed her posing in her line’s H๏τ pink Scorpio top.

The runway fixture was also seen wearing the brand’s high curve bottom in a matching shade.

The supermodel’s previous feature showed off plenty of her beach-ready physique as she wore a patterned and matching ʙικιɴι set.

Swanepoel founded Tropic of C in 2018 with the intention of crafting fashionable swimwear that was constructed in an environmentally friendly way.

Much of the company’s fabrics are created with recycled material and are manufactured with methods that are meant to reduce water waste.

Most of her brand’s swimwear products are designed with a nylon fiber that is made up of old waste and scraps from landfills.

The fashion industry icon extended her vision of eco-friendly business practices to her packaging, as much of it is entirely compostable.

Swanepoel recently spoke to Fashion Week Daily and told the publication that she started Tropic of C to set an example for future designers.

‘I wanted the line to be something I could be proud of from all angles, not just adding to the problem. I want to leave the world a better place, not worse,’ she said.

The supermodel went on to note that she has been keeping busy with the company over the course of the last year and that she was happy to be occupied with growing her business.

‘I’ve been working nonstop on the brand…so I’m having a lot of fun dreaming up new designs and new beautiful ways to shoot them. I’m just grateful that we’ve continued to grow and expand, despite the pandemic,’ she remarked.