Rita Ora Accessorized Her Ultra Low-Waist Bikini With the Best Jewelry

The singer-songwriter flaunted her abs on a beach in Sydney.
Rita Ora

Rita Ora.

Singer-songwriter Rita Ora rocked a head-turning look at a beach in Sydney recently. Not only did the “You Only Love Me” singer’s sparkly blue-and-gold bikini have some seriously itty bitty bottoms, her accessories were on point.

Ora wore a gold body chain around her toned waist, while she also opted for a turquoise pendant necklace and a chunky crystal necklace that hung down to her navel. Additionally, the 32-year-old wore a trio of rings on her fingers, including a chunky gold one and a duo of oversized rings with pink and green stones.

She also offered up a close-up of a charm bracelet in one of the Instagram snapshots she shared on March 31. In the photos, Ora donned a pair of black sunglasses to shield her eyes from the sun and wore her hair curly.

The “Your Song” singer captioned the post she shared with her 16.1 million followers with a simple Australian flag emoji.

“Abs o’ clock!!!” one fan quipped in the comments.

“You have always been an advocate for a body chain,” Drew Elliott pointed out.

“Just #…just 2$:$4…stutter c,” Lucien Laviscount gushed.

“GURL,” Diane Gorgievski proclaimed.

“Wow looks amazing ❤️🙌 enjoy and catch some rays,” another follower added.

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