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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.
Love and Deception: Philby in Beirut by James Hanning review – the spy who loved, maybeA fascinating biography from the perspective of Philby’s third wife sheds new light on a well-worn story of secrecy and betrayal Kim Philby holds a press conference in 1955 after he was accused of spying for Russia. He fled to Beirut the following year. Photograph: AP
What links Olly Alexander with Abel Tesfaye? The Weekend quizFrom Blinky, Pinky and Inky to Zanzibar, test your knowledge with the Weekend quiz Cracked the Olly Alexander clue? Photograph: Getty Images
Fit in my 40s: I suck at table tennis. Instead, here are my final seven fitness lessonsMy last observation – of everything from boxing to circus skills – is that competition between beginners is a mug’s game ‘Seriously good table tennis players loom over the table.’ Photograph: Kellie French/The Guardian. Hair and makeup: Sarah Cherry. Assistant: Harry Brayne Photograph: Kellie French/The Guardian
20 of the best autumn escapes around the UKThese breaks revel in the glorious change of season, and take in everything from foraging and festivals to stargazing and glamping Orange October … Blenheim is hosting an Autumn Festival with foraging trails, food markets and mazes. Photograph: PR
The agony of acne: ‘I channelled adolescent turmoil into a fixation with my face’. I was 14 when the spots arrived, turning a boy who got admiring glances on the bus into an unlovable outsider. But were my problems more than skin deep?
Peril review: Bob Woodward Trump trilogy ends on note of dire warningBehind the headlines about Gen Milley, China and the threat of nuclear war lies a sobering read about democracy in danger ‘Were there any limits to what he and his supporters might do to put him back in power?’ Woodward and Costa wrote. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images
Camp Siegfried review – love and terror on Long IslandOld Vic, LondonTeenage passion meets Nazi ideology in Bess Wohl’s play, inspired by a real-life summer camp in the US Queasy naivety … Luke Thallon and Patsy Ferran in Camp Siegfried. Photograph: Tristram Kenton/the Guardian
Luckily for us, the Internet makes it easier than ever to find gifts that are fun, thoughtful, and accessible for seniors and older adults. Below are 50 of the best gifts for seniors, complete with dozens of gift options that also make staying connected with our older relatives easy, even in the time of social distancing.
Did you know that joint pain could be occurring from what you're eating on a daily basis? The American diet is saturated with ultra-processed foods, all of which can produce an inflammatory effect on the body. Among these foods include packaged, sugary snacks, and red meat—both of which could be the reason your joints ache.It's true, eating a diet that's largely void of processed foods may help to prevent arthritis or chronic joint pain. Plenty of recent research suggests that eating a predomina