Addison Rae Wore the Coolest Denim Bikini—and We Found a Super Cheap $14 Dupe

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Addison Rae Wore the Coolest Denim Bikini—and We Found a Super Cheap $14 Dupe


Hands up if you were scrolling through Instagram with your eyes semi-glazed over the other day when you suddenly snapped out of it due to Addison Rae wearing what looks to be a denim bikini. Saaaaame.

And we have some good news and bad news. The bad news? Addison’s bikini is vintage Miss Sixty from Nou vintage, which means you likely can’t get your hands on this exact style.

The happier news: we found several dupes in a range of prices—starting with these bikini bottoms from Walmart that are literally $14.

Walmart Denim Bikini Beach Suit

Walmart Denim Bikini Beach Suit

And there’s also this set for $20 on Amazon:

Yollmart Women’s Party Beach Denim Bikini Set

Women's Party Beach Denim Bikini Set

Yollmart Women’s Party Beach Denim Bikini Set

In other news, Addison is about to drop songs from her ~lost album~ including “Nothing On (But The Radio),” “I Got It Bad,” “2 Die 4,” “It Could’ve Been U,” and “Obsessed.”

Addison confirmed rumors that she’d be releasing the songs on August 18, writing on Instagram “dug up a few of the leaks from the lost album 💗AR 8.18”

Also, Charli XCX is featured on “2 Die 4,” which !!!!

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Addison shared her appreciation with fans for all the love on Instagram Stories, writing “literally in bed crying right now. all of your comments are so kind. it’s so heart warming to hear that you are still so excited about something I made. I love you all so much. I really have so much gratitude. I feel so much love.”

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Excited to aggressively enter my Addison Rae Era, HBU?

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Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm, She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade. 



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