Anitta Just Wore the Funkiest Swimsuit Top We’ve Ever Seen, But It Somehow Works

The singer appears to be enjoying a trip with friends.
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Anitta.


Brazilian singer Anitta recently proved she can pull off absolutely anything. The 30-year-old “Envolver” singer shared a collage of Instagram photos on June 15 in which she donned a bikini top made out of stuffed animal heads.

The one-time SI Swimsuit model’s pink string bikini top was adorned with tiny 3D tigers, lions, leopards, cows, frogs and more. She paired the unique tie-up top with blue bikini bottoms, the smallest pair of jean shorts we’ve ever seen, a Prada bucket hat and sunglasses. In other photos, she wore a sheer tattoo-like printed mini dress with a black two-piece swimsuit underneath, which she accessorized with strappy black sandals and dark shades.

Anitta captioned her carousel with two simple emojis: “🥰😍.”

The artist is also gravitating toward one of summer’s hottest trends. She shared snapshots in a white crochet mini dress, as well as a crochet bikini and matching sarong of the same fabric.

“This trip looks very fun,” Vas Morgan commented of the singer’s getaway.

“❤️❤️❤️ enjoy your vacation,” someone else added.

Anitta also shared a TikTok in which she rocked the same outfits and danced around with friends on land and on a boat.

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