Dua Lipa In Neon Pink Or Selena Gomez In Pastel Green Bikini: Who Werked It Better?

Ladies in the west are hitting the beach and soaking up the sun this Holiday season. After Bella Hadid flaunting her hot bod in a denim bikini, we now have Dua Lipa and Selena Gomez flaunting their curves in sexy bikinis

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Dua Lipa In Neon Pink Or Selena Gomez In Pastel Green Bikini: Who Werked It Better?
The holiday season is all about hitting the beach and chilling! At least that's what we have learnt from all the pictures of Hollywood celebs that have come our way. From Sarah Hyland to Bella Hadid, we saw divas taking some exotic holidays and letting their hair down. Now, we have pictures of Dua Lipa and Selena Gomez rocking some classy bikinis. Dua's pictures flaunting a neon pink bikini in Miami and Selena's pictures looking all cute in a green bikini have hit the internet.

Starting with Dua Lipa, the Genesis singer took off to Miami with friends and boyfriend Anwar Hadid to ring in the New Year. The pictures that have made it to the internet say that the singer had a great time. She was captured in a pink bikini with thong-style bottoms as she chilled by the pool in her hotel in Miami. Some PDA moments were also witnessed between her and her boyfriend Anwar Hadid. The crop top bikini set that Dua was wearing was from Reina Olga beachwear collection. (Also Read: Bella Hadid Rocks Two-Piece Denim Bikini Set; What A Hottie)

While Dua opted for a bright pink colour, Selena Gomez, on the other hand, went for a subtle pastel green bikini set as she chilled on a yacht in Hawaii. She seemed to be in a good mood as she laid on the yacht to get some tan. She was chilling with her gal pals and seemed to be enjoying herself to the fullest. Her bikini set saw her in a crop top with high-waisted bottoms. Cool!

Who did you like better though?

Image Source: Instagram/selenagomez/dualipa
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