3pack Block Striped Cut Out Tie Back Thong Bikini Swimsuit

3pack Block Striped Cut Out Tie Back Thong Bikini Swimsuit


Looking for a new bikini to hit the beach in? Check out our 3pack of block striped cut out tie back thong bikinis! With a variety of colors to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect one for you!

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If you’re looking for a new swimsuit for your best beach friend, don’t wait around. Get her that beach-ready bikini that she can have fun in while soaking up the sun. We hope you enjoy your time in the water and feel as gorgeous as we do!

Customer Reviews

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Nice color
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Bikini looks good to this day
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I am a fit 40 year old that has worn a bikini since I was 14 years. I got this bikini last year and haven’t had any issues with it. I haven’t taken it to the beach yet but I am sure I will love it. I love the white, and am super excited, can’t wait to try it on.Q:

How to get a list from within a list in python

I can’t figure this out after hours of searching for a solution. I know how get items from within a dictionary but that doesn’t work here. What works is if I remove the list() and set() calls. but I need that information. Any ideas? I know it’s simple but I just can’t figure it out.
def get_mappings(fileLocation):

fileLocation = r’C:Usersuserdesktopbio_project’
dictionary = readJSONFile(fileLocation)

for items in dictionary[list(dictionary[“mappings”])].set.items():
itemId = items[0] itemName = items[1]

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