The Victoria's Secret July 2014 lookbook showcases a range of sexy lingerie perfect for sizzling up summer days even more. Although that might be too much heat for someone to handle, both women and men will surely take the risk. In any event, it will simply give them a reason to stay longer in bed. Top model and Maxim's hottest woman of 2014 Candice Swanepoel shows people the benefit of lounging about with ease.
Captured in a sun-drenched loft space, the Victoria's Secret July 2014 lookbook focuses on lacy bras, contemporary corsets and even the odd knit sweater for those who experience a bit of a chill instead of a heatstroke. The blonde beauty is a vision in these sensual numbers, showing off her famous svelte figure for all to enjoy.
The Victoria's Secret July 2014 Catalog Stars Candice Swanepoel
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