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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.
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At least eight people were killed and others injured after a gunman opened fire today at a university in the Russian city of Perm, officials said. The Perm State University press service said the perpetrator used a so-called “traumatic” firearm; such guns are designed to fire non-lethal rubber or plastic projectiles, but can be modified to fire other ammunition. Russia’s Investigative Committee opened a murder probe in the aftermath of the incident.
The grandparents of two children found dead, along with their mother and another child, in Killamarsh, near Sheffield have spoken of their heartbreak as they laid flowers at the scene. Trevor and Debbie Bennett, grandparents to 11-year-old Lacey and 13-year-old John Paul said: "We're just heartbroken…they were well-mannered, beautiful little kids … I don't know how we're going to manage without them.".
BBC sued for set builder’s death in claim over asbestosWidow of man who contracted cancer while working on corporation productions seeks damages Set builder Richard Evans, who worked for the BBC between 1965 and 1988. Photograph: Sent by family
The US has started expelling Haitians from a large makeshift camp at the Texas border, in an operation that could become one of America's swiftest large-scale expulsions of migrants in decades. The sprawling camp under the international bridge attracted more than 12,000 migrants at one point after they crossed from Ciudad Acuna, Mexico. Officials have moved 3,300 migrants from Del Rio, Texas, since Friday and have announced a new daily schedule of flights to the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince.
Activists — not least this paper’s Vaccines for the World campaign, backed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation — are asking Boris Johnson to do more to provide vaccines to poorer countries. In fact, health campaigners say as many as 100 million Covid vaccines may go to waste if they are not used by Christmas and their expiry date. The Chelsea Flower Show is opening tomorrow, months late, and the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition has only just got underway.
A "broken" father of two children who were found dead over the weekend has paid tribute to his "TikTok queen" and "beautiful boy". Jason Bennett broke down while speaking about his children - John Paul Bennett, 13, and Lacey Bennett, 11 - as he laid flowers near the house in Killamarsh, Derbyshire, where police are investigating the deaths of four people. "Their mum Terri also lost her life and Lacey's best friend was also taken away from this world."
Surrey Police officers Molly Edwards and Richard Paton, who are both married with children, ignored calls to attend a hospital following a serious assault and to attend a burglary at a shop on the same night.