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The dog days of summer may be behind us, but that doesn't mean you can't still score a "Bachelor in Paradise"-approved bikini.
BiP contestant Serena Pitt was spotted cozying up with her fellow beach-goer, "grocery store" Joe Amabile, wearing an $18 Abercrombie & Fitch bikini top (shop here in Canada, here in the U.S.).
The 23-year-old Torontonian was all smiles in the brand's Skinny Strap Bikini Top, which is currently on sale for 50 per cent off.
Featuring a barely-there skinny strap design, Abercrombie & Fitch shoppers say the mauve-coloured bikini is perfect for those with smaller chests.
"My new favourite suit!" writes one reviewer. "Fits great and is super flattering. I have a smaller chest, and it fits perfectly."
"This is the best bikini top I've ever purchased," raves another shopper. "It's the perfect fit and gives you an amazing tan line. I want all the different colours!"
The influencer-approved bikini top is available in five styles, including a pretty blue floral and a cheeky peach print.
Normally retailing for $29 USD/$35 CAD, shoppers can take home the tan line-friendly style for 50 per cent off right now, which brings it to just $15 USD/$18 CAD for the mauve colour and $18 USD/$23 CAD for the bikini's peach print style.
The bikini top is available in sizes XXS to XL, but sizes are selling out quickly. To shop the "as seen on TV" bikini and other on-sale bathing suits from Abercrombie & Fitch (shop the A&F sale here in Canada, here in the U.S.), check out our picks below.
French Trade Minister Franck Riester has declined an offer from his Australian counterpart to meet next month in Paris.Dan Tehan told ABC radio on Monday he would be "very keen" to meet Riester when he is in Paris for a meeting of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Barnaby Joyce has warned the Nationals will not back a 2050 net zero greenhouse gas emissions target without power reliability guarantees.The deputy prime minister argues the United Kingdom's gas crisis, which has sent prices skyrocketing and triggered a carbon dioxide shortage, shows the need to be cautious on climate policy.
The European Commission wants to make USB-C the standard charging port for portable devices in the European Union in an anti-waste initiative that could irk US tech giant Apple in particular.Under a long-awaited legal commission proposal unveiled on Thursday, the already widespread USB-C would be the go-to for all smartphones, tablets, cameras, headphones, portable speakers and handheld video game consoles.
A former Catalan leader sought by Spain for a failed 2017 secession bid is expected to appear at an extradition hearing after being detained in the Italian island of Sardinia, which has its own independence movement.Italian police on Thursday night transferred Carles Puigdemont to a jail in Sassari, a Sardinian city near Alghero, where he had been detained upon arrival at the airport there.
NSW has reported 1007 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths, including three people who died at home before they were diagnosed.More than half of the cases diagnosed in the 24 hours to 8pm on Friday were in the hotspot areas of western and southwest Sydney.
After a gunman's shots rang out across a Darwin apartment complex, Julie Kay found her elderly neighbour lying in a pool of his own blood.Three loud bangs alerted the Garden Hills resident something was wrong as she stood in her kitchen on June 4, 2019.
A property giant on the brink of collapse has contributed to a third consecutive week of losses on the Australian market, but experts say Evergrande will not become a full-scale disaster.Mining giants were largely responsibly for modest losses on Friday as the ASX bucked a positive US lead.