JoJo Fletcher will forever go down in Bachelorette history as one of our fave leading ladies from ABC’s wildly successful reality show franchise. While she may have been the one doling out the roses this time last season, we’ve been longtime admirers of the former bachelorette’s style since way back when (alright, alright, since Ben Higgin’s season). Um, hello, can anyone else pull off a neck-plunging rose ceremony-ready gown or an off-the-shoulder top half as flawlessly as she can?

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While it’s no secret that former contestants often go on to snag some pretty sweet sponsorships and, in Fletcher’s case, modeling gigs, there’s no ignoring the fact that homegirl looks haute in her itty-bitty cherry red bikini from up-and-coming swimwear brand, Mochi Swim. A little birdie told us you can actually snag the exact same two-piece set for $125 — a small price to pay if you’re intent on getting the JoJo lewk.

Mochi Swim Ella Fox Top ($65) + Mochi Swim Mimi Ferrari Bottom ($60): Bring forth a summer of scandal with this Baywatch-inspired swimsuit consisting of an adjustable triangle top and barely-there ‘80s-inspired bikini bottoms. Ow, ow!

And it gets better. Fletcher’s partner in crime, Becca Tilley (also from Higgin’s season), joined in on the fun by rocking a sultry black bikini down in Fiji during a swimwear shoot for the brand. Both ladies took to their respective Instagram accounts to promote Mochi Swim’s #MeantToBeNoticed campaign, with a percentage of the sales generated during May being donated to The Water Project.

Mochi Swim Gigi Star Top ($55) + Mochi Swim Bella Vegas Bottom ($55): Mix ‘n’ match Mochi Swim’s assortment of bikini styles (available in red, black, and white) to find your ideal fit — although be forewarned, even the high-waisted bottoms provide cheeky coverage.

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