Get the NIKIBIKI Seamless Criss Cross Ribbed Crop Top Cami for just $22 at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 5, 2020, but are subject to change.Just like Lopez’s, this pull-on bra also comes in a hot pink shade (as well as a ravishing red) and has a set of straps over each shoulder. You’ll see it has an awesome strappy design in back too — one you’ll definitely want to show off!Whether you’re wearing this bra to the voting booth next election, to flow your way through some morning yoga or to upgrade your street style, you’ll find it will quickly become a wardrobe staple. Try it with high-rise jeans and heeled booties, a kimono-style cardigan and a mini skirt or leggings and sneakers. Just three of so many looks you can try! See it!Get the NIKIBIKI Seamless Criss Cross Ribbed Crop Top Cami for just $22 at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 5, 2020, but are subject to change.Not your style? Shop more from NIKIBIKI here and see more sports bras here! Don’t forget to check out all of Amazon’s Daily Deals!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at ShopWithUs@usmagazine.com. Happy shopping! Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.One star whose style we’ll never get sick of? The one and only Jennifer Lopez. Whether she’s stunning the world in Versace, starting a new campaign with Coach or simply rocking a sports bra and sunnies, we’re always left feeling inspired. Maybe we can’t quite recreate her high-fashion looks on the daily, but we can certainly emulate her sporty, casual style!- Advertisement – Amazon StyleSnap is a futuristic shopping tool you can use online or on the Amazon app. Simply upload a photo (or even a video screenshot) of someone wearing a piece you love, and the tool will run a quick digital search, almost immediately presenting you with a list of options available on Amazon that look just like that piece, and sometimes are even the exact same. We did just that with J. Lo’s selfie, and we were not let down!To be honest, we might even prefer this $22 bra we found to Lopez’s. It’s seamless and has buttery-soft fabric made to feel like peach skin, it’s stretchy, it’s practically weightless and it has no padding. It does, however, have a supportive band below the bust, as well as ribbed fabric to help conceal you. It’s one-size-fits-most too, which means you can take the guessing game out of buying bras online without trying them on first!AmazonSee it!- Advertisement – J. Lo posted multiple photos, both on the main feed of her Instagram and on her Story, showing off her coveted “I voted” sticker on Election Day. In one selfie she wore a pair of her Quay sunglasses, while in both she wore a hot pink sports bra with doubled-up straps. The look was simple yet infinitely cool, so we immediately hopped on Amazon StyleSnap so we could recreate it!Jennifer Lopez Courtesy of Jennifer Lopez/InstagramSee it!Get the NIKIBIKI Seamless Criss Cross Ribbed Crop Top Cami for just $22 at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 5, 2020, but are subject to change.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Early on in the season, the UW men’s basketball team has gone through some of the growing pains that come with developing comfort and chemistry. One constant, however, has been the size advantage No. 12 Wisconsin (6-1 overall, 0-0 Big Ten) has enjoyed in every contest this season and the effective play coming from up front. “The most impressive thing about their big guys is that they’ve totally bought into the system,” said Florida State head coach Leonard Hamilton after losing 81-66 to Wisconsin Tuesday. “That keeps them from doing things that maybe they aren’t quite as good at, and it makes them more effective.” “We’ve got some guys who can take the minutes that they’re getting … the most out of them, and they have bought into the system,” UW head coach Bo Ryan said. That size advantage will once again weigh heavily in Wisconsin’s favor Saturday afternoon when Florida International (3-4, 0-0 Sun Belt) comes to the Kohl Center. The Golden Panthers are a team that is rebuilding, having lost four starters from a year ago and only bringing back five players total. Then again, a house cleaning was probably in order as FIU could only manage an 8-20 record in 2006.The edge in size will be significant as Florida International’s tallest player is 6-foot-9. And even that player, freshman Nikola Gacesa, only averages about eight minutes per contest. The size deficit has led FIU to be out-rebounded by an average of eight boards per night against teams that do not have the height Wisconsin possesses inside. The Golden Panthers have struggled offensively early this season, averaging less than 60 points per contest, and are led by senior guard Johwen Villegas, who paces Florida International with 12.6 points a game. FIU’s most significant outside threat is guard Elvis Lora, who is shooting an outstanding .531 from beyond the arc. Still, the contest will likely come down to size and how well the Golden Panthers can defend it. Wisconsin’s big men have also proven themselves as solid playmakers on the court as the Badgers’ frontcourt has beaten many teams with sharp passes this year. “To find those open guys is very key, as [opponents] don’t know where it’s coming from and that makes it very hard to guard,” junior forward Brian Butch said. “We have a lot of passers on the team, so that doesn’t put pressure on the guards to make all the plays,” senior guard Kammron Taylor added.Even the reserved Ryan expressed the significant worth of having passing threats inside. “Bigs that can pass are very valuable,” Ryan said. On the injury front, Badgers senior forward Alando Tucker proclaimed himself to be in perfect condition for Saturday’s game, claiming no ill effects from the gruesome eye poke he sustained in Tuesday night’s game against Florida State. “I said that last year opponents [were] aiming at my nose, and this year it’s my eye,” joked Tucker, who has been poked in the eye twice this season after having played his entire career at UW without such an incident. Starter Michael Flowers’ availability for Saturday’s game is still in question, however.The junior guard injured his right ankle against FSU, falling down on a Seminole players’ leg in the second half. While Flowers returned to the contest and was effective, the Madison native was absent from practice Thursday. Ryan stated he had no knowledge of Flowers’ status for Saturday’s game.
Mr Momoh provides testing to a participant in New Kru TownThe Liberia Diabetes Center (LDC) over the weekend provided free diabetes testing services to over twenty residents of the Borough of New Kru Town on Bushrod Island in Monrovia. The aim of the test was to help people of that community become aware of the painless nature of the test that can determine an individual’s sugar as well as oxygen and blood levels.Mr. Bobby N. Jeegbe is the head of LDC in the Borough and he told this newspaper that the tests carried out by the center have helped the participants to know the next step to take in their search for better healthcare. Mr. Jeegbe said the borough of New Kru Town is made up of 25 communities with a huge population, adding that the LDC is determined to create more awareness to get people to work with the center.Speaking on the free test, he said the people were delighted about the diabetes tests and the beneficiaries expressed appreciation to LDC for the free service. The LDC’s chief executive officer, John Momoh, who carried out the testing, told reporters that the majority of the people tested were pre-diabetic patients, who he informed of the next step to take, with the assistance of the LDC. Momoh said, “We told them to take interest in their healthcare especially now that they know how close they are to being diabetics, and they said they are grateful for our visit.”He said he was happy for the residents to ask for an LDC office to be located in the community to help them manage and support their efforts to manage their pre-diabetic status. “My visit helped me to really see for myself the problems the people of this borough are faced with in the area of healthcare delivery services and I am taking their request seriously because I promised to do my best for them,” Momoh said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)