25 Cheap Bikinis That Look Anything But

If summer beach days and lying outside with your friends is something you’ve been daydreaming about quite a lot lately, then this story is for you. Oddly enough, swimwear can come with a pretty high price tag, but that doesn’t always have to be the case. If you look really hard, you can find hidden gems that—although they won’t cost you more than $100 (yes, for both pieces)—will look like you paid much more than that.

When it comes to finding cheap swimwear that looks expensive, there are a few things that you should be mindful of: prints, seams, and straps. So long as those few details are examined with a fine-tooth comb, you’ll be fooling everyone as you wear a $20 bikini that looks like it cost $200.

Ahead, go on to shop the best cheap bikinis on the market from some of your go-to retailers such as Amazon

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Online shopping boom drives rush for warehouse space

Robin Woodbridge

Warehous space is sold before they’ve finished building it, says Robin Woodbridge

“I’ve been working in logistics for 30 years and I’ve never seen demand like this,” says Robin Woodbridge.

The company he works for, Prologis, owns and manages warehouse logistics parks across the UK.

They’re building as fast as they can, but it’s been a struggle to keep pace with the boom in online shopping in recent years.

And the pandemic has only served to accelerate the trend, making warehousing hot property.

Prologis’s biggest park, known as Dirft, is just off the M1 near Northampton. You can see the big sheds towering over the fields from the motorway. It’s a vast site with three rail freight terminals.

When you click to buy online, there’s a good chance the product will start its journey here, whether that’s baked beans, laptops, furniture or fashion.

Despite its size, it’s not big

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8 superb spa hotels that teens and young adults will love

The Headland is perched above one of Europe’s most famous surfing beaches at Fistral – perfect for active teens - The Headland

The Headland is perched above one of Europe’s most famous surfing beaches at Fistral – perfect for active teens – The Headland

Just outside my hotel Piccadilly Circus is roaring with energy, but my 19-year-old niece and I have sunk into cloud-soft loungers in a scented subterranean world of the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, one of the capital’s very finest spas in the basement of Hotel Café Royal.

We have already unwound in a minimalist, domed sauna constructed entirely from sleek hemlock wood, and have stretched out in a temple-like hammam built from thick stabs of Carrara marble. Soon we’ll do some languorous laps in the low-lit pool, then sip margaritas in world-renowned pastry chef Albert Adria’s only UK restaurant (also marble clad, though this time in sunset-hued Sienna).

Indecently decadent? Quite possibly. But British universities have closed up for the summer and if ever there was a time to

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