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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.
California Conservation Corps members can be seen corralling “bundles, upon bundles” of fire hoses in Placerville, California, in footage posted on September 17, amid the ongoing efforts to extinguish the Caldor Fire.The CCC said the piles were “tall enough to tower above even the tallest of Corpsmembers,” with crews mastering the “art of unloading, untangling, rolling, and stacking hoses down.”Officials said the Caldor Fire was covering 218,857 acres of land, and was at 71 percent containment on September 17.Two civilians and 16 first responders have been injured since the fire ignited on August 14. Credit: California Conservation Corps via Storyful
In a new interview, Facebook's David Marcus told Yahoo Finance stablecoins "probably" will require additional regulation, which should focus on consumer protection as well as the prevention of illegal payments like money laundering.
A month after the Taliban captured Kabul and swept into power across Afghanistan, people, including women and children, are seen out in parks and public places, Reuters footage shows."When the Taliban came, people thought they might close the park and now we see men, women, kids, everyone in the park," said a resident, Aziz Ullah, as he strolled through a park in Kabul."I came here a week ago and the public spirit was not so high, but what I see now is that spirits are high and people seem happier, as compared to what I saw last week." said Khadim, another visitor.The Taliban seized power last month, 20 years after they were ousted by a U.S.-led invasion in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
Dozens of Guineans protested against sanctions levelled against their country as two West African presidents arrived for talks with coup leaders on Friday (September 17).One sign says ECOWAS, that's West Africa's main regional bloc, "doesn't decide for us".But it wasn't only outside the airport in the capital Conakry where defiance was on show.Guinea's military junta, which seized power two weeks ago, said it would not bow to regional demands and allow ousted President Alpha Conde to leave the country.On Thursday (September 16), ECOWAS agreed to freeze the financial assets of the junta and their relatives, and bar them from traveling.The next day presidents Alassane Ouattara of Ivory Coast and Ghana's Nana Akufo-Addo arrived in Guinea.They were asking for Conde's release.But on state television the junta said: "The former president is and remains in Guinea. We will not yield to any pressure."After talks with coup leader Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, Akufo-Addo said they had held "honest, brotherly meetings" and that he was confident Guinea and ECOWAS would find a way to "walk together".
Britain's food industry called on the government to subsidise carbon dioxide (CO2) production during a spike in gas prices or risk the collapse of the country's meat industries. A surge in gas prices has forced two British fertiliser plants to shut, stripping food producers of the CO2 by-product that is used to stun animals before slaughter and vacuum pack food to prolong its shelf life. The shortage of CO2, which is also used to put the fizz into beer, cider and soft drinks, comes at a terrible time for the food industry, which is already facing an acute shortage of truck drivers and the impact of Brexit and COVID-19.
Police in Los Angeles have had to stop a Tesla car that was driving on autopilot on an expressway. The California Highway Patrol was concerned that the driver had fallen unconscious at the wheel. The motorist was eventually taken into custody for drink driving. .
The quartet of newly minted citizen astronauts comprising the SpaceX Inspiration4 mission were due to splash down in the Atlantic off Florida on Saturday, completing a three-day flight of the first all-civilian crew ever launched into Earth orbit. To prepare for atmospheric re-entry and return to Earth, the SpaceX Crew Dragon vehicle completed two rocket "burns" on Friday to lower its altitude and line up the capsule's trajectory with the targeted landing site. The Dragon capsule, dubbed Resilience, is scheduled to parachute into the sea around 7 p.m. Eastern time, shortly before sunset, according to SpaceX, the private rocketry company founded by Tesla Inc electric automaker CEO Elon Musk.
Hundreds of police officers will be on duty around the U.S. Capitol on Saturday braced for a rally by supporters of the hundreds of people who breached the building on Jan. 6 trying to overturn former President Donald Trump's election defeat. A black eight-foot-high (2.44 m) fence which surrounded the white-domed building for about six months after the attack is back, 100 National Guard troops are on standby and security officials are performing additional checks on travelers arriving at Washington's nearest airport in an effort to prevent violence. Organizers of the "Justice for J6" rally said they expected a peaceful event, but U.S. Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger told reporters on Friday "there have been some threats of violence" linked to the event, where police would work to avoid clashes between Trump supporters and opponents.
Newly-crowned US Open champion Emma Raducanu's grandmother Niculina Raducanu wanted her to quit tennis so concerned was she about her health after breathing difficulties forced her to retire from her Wimbledon Last 16 match this year.
Students at Oxford Brookes University are offered coronavirus vaccinations at the start of the academic year. Oxford Brookes is one of many universities setting up pop-up clinics during freshers' week. NHS England national medical director Professor Stephen Powis is urging university students to get a Covid jab on campus.
Remains of seven drugs war victims in the Philippines were exhumed on Friday (September 17) for cremation, after leases in public cemeteries north of Manilla expired.Their families say they now have renewed hope of getting justice.The International Criminal Court approved a formal investigation on Wednesday (September 15) into the possible crimes against humanity under the Duterte administration.Mary Jane Gerangco's 31-year-old younger brother was killed in 2016 after police suspected him of allegedly selling drugs."Our hope is that our family gets justice and those who are at fault must be held accountable." she says."Why is it that it is just us poor who have lost our loved ones, why haven't those who've committed the crime been put to jail".Human rights groups accused Duterte of inciting deadly violence and say police have murdered unarmed drug suspects on a massive scale as part of the campaign.Police deny this, and Duterte says the police are under orders to kill only in self-defense.The Philippine government has said it will not cooperate with the ICC probe, or allow any investigators into the country.