Supermodel Marisa Miller is one of the girls of summer in Esquire magazine. She takes to the beach to luxuriate in a skimpy bikini… and less. She tosses her top to celebrate “her favorite time of year.”
The 32-year-old model, who has posed for the cover of Sports Illustrated’s celebrated swimsuit issue (2008) is right at home in the sultry photo shoot.
“Summer is my favorite time of the year,” she says playfully. “It’s warm, everybody gets outside, girls wear a little less clothing, and there’s lots of concerts.
“Everybody’s just ready to have some fun,” she tells the magazine.
Marisa bathes in the sand in sex bikinis and also dons a black bra, black jacket and ultra-short shorts.
Of her fellow Sports Illustrated models, well, she likes them all, but if she had to choose, she thinks Brooklyn Decker is “a very, very sweet girl.”
As a beach veteran, Miller has her preferences.
“We’re not in Europe. I don’t understand the guys who wear that really tight Euro-spandex,” she says.
“I just don’t get it. For me, I grew up around surfers — guys in trunks — and I like that. You want a guy to be a guy, you know?
Marisa is a California girl so she should know.
Summary: Gearing up for beach season, Marisa Miller looks absolutely amazing in the new issue of Esquire magazine. The Sports Illustrated swimsuit babe shows off her fabulous form in a two-piece bikini and a come hither look.
Marisa chatted with the magazine about her sword-fighting experience in a Captain Morgan commercial.
Oh, it was crazy. I really like doing physical things — I’m a very athletic person — and there’s only been a few times in my career that I’ve been able to use that. We trained for a week. On set it was so hot, and we’re in these leather pants, and you’ve got all this sand — it’s the craziest feeling. We were so irritated by the elements that when we were fighting we were so mad. And it actually worked.”
She also noted that summer is her favorite season. “Well, summer is my favorite time of the year. It’s warm, everybody gets outside, girls wear a little less clothing, and there’s lots of concerts. Everybody’s just ready to have some fun.”