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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.
The White House on Thursday published a new economic analysis that showed how the wealthiest Americans pay far less in taxes than others - an effort to bolster President Joe Biden's push to increase taxes on the rich to fund his economic agenda. "I'm sick and tired of the super-wealthy and giant corporations not paying their fair share in taxes," Biden wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. The White House analysis from two economists suggests that the wealthiest 400 households in the country — those with net worth ranging between $2.1 billion and $160 billion — pay an effective federal income tax rate of just over 8 percent per year on average.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment aid rose last week for a second straight week to 351,000, a sign that the delta variant of the coronavirus may be disrupting the job market's recovery, at least temporarily. Thursday's report from the Labor Department showed that jobless claims rose by 16,000 from the previous week. As the job market has strengthened, unemployment aid applications, which generally track layoffs, have tumbled since topping 900,000 early this year, reflecting the economy's reopening after the pandemic recession.
Stock futures extended gains Thursday morning as investors mulled the Federal Reserve's latest signals on monetary policy, which suggested the central bank was warming to a near-term policy adjustment as the economy improved further.
A phone scammer got more than he bargained for when his target revealed himself to be a New Zealand police officer, with audio of the awkward exchange released on September 23.In the audio, the scammer says he is calling regarding an unsecured internet connection.Officer Dan promptly replies that he’d be “very surprised if our internet wasn’t secure.”The faltering caller soon hangs up, saying, “sorry to bother you.”Police posted the exchange on Instagram, with the hashtag #fail. On a more serious note, they warned the public never to give such callers access to their computers, or any personal information. Credit: New Zealand Police via Storyful
The African Union's (AU) top health official called Britain's lack of recognition for coronavirus vaccines administered in Africa regrettable, saying on Thursday it sends a confusing public health message. England announced last week that it would expand the list of countries from which it recognises vaccines, adding 17 others beyond the initial list of the United States and Europe. None of those countries are in Africa.
Teeth made of ice play a key role in the book-to-film adaptation “Earwig,” Lucile Hadzihalilovic’s English-language debut. But when the Gallic director saw how normal the teeth that her props team created for the film looked, she fell into a panic. “I thought the film was over,” she told Variety. “I had imagined something much […]