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A SWIM in Mediterranean waters may be off the cards for most this summer, but you can still get in the seaside mood when it comes to getting dressed.

Shoppers are sharing their admiration for a new ocean-inspired charm bracelet collection from Pandora - who have also just cut prices up to 50% as part of their summer sale.

4Shoppers are loving Pandora's new ocean-inspired collectionCredit: theofficialpandora/Instagram

The jewellery brand recently unveiled their Blue Ocean designs, which also includes rings and earrings, much to the delight of fans.

A £45 scaled fish, £45 sea turtle and £35 dolphin are among the charms featured in the pretty, turquoise-hued range.

There's also a £45 seashell clasp bracelet, and £90 pearl earrings.

Bringing in some particularly tropical influences are a £35 palm tree charm and a £45 treasure chest charm.

4The jewellery brand recently unveiled the sea-themed pieces on InstagramCredit: theofficialpandora/Instagram

When Pandora shared the pieces - which are mostly silver, with some gold included - their Instagram followers raved about the summery launch.

One person wrote: "Such a pretty collection, probably my favourite in a very long time."

Another commented: "So excited for all those new blues."

A third shared: "These are so cute!"

4You can get your hands on a mini dolphin, among the numerous "cute" charmsCredit: theofficialpandora/Instagram

It comes as the brand also announced that it was knocking up to 50% off rings, charms, necklaces and bracelets in a summer sale.

The discount applies to some of its classic pieces, as well as Christmas gifts and newer items.

4They are also currently holding a summer sale with up to 50% offCredit: Getty - Contributor

For instance, this chic £125 rose gold bracelet is now £87, while this rose gold zig-zag ring is reduced from £45 to £31.

But you need to hurry - it will only continue while stocks last.

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Candidates for NYC mayor pull out all the stops as early primary voting ends

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Before early voting ended in New York City's primary elections Sunday afternoon, Democratic mayoral candidates Eric Adams, Kathryn Garcia, Andrew Yang, and Maya Wiley pulled out all the stops to get voters to the polls ahead of Tuesday's primary vote.

According to the Board of Elections, 191,197 votes have been cast after nine days of early voting.

From the Upper West Side to Chinatown and Brooklyn, the mayoral hopefuls were all trying to woo people who, for the first time, are facing ranked choice voting.

A day after Yangencouragedvoters to make Garcia their number two choice during a joint rally,the two were together again on the campaign trail Sunday.

"We're campaigning together to send a message that people should get out and vote, make voices be heard and rank choice voting enables people to express their preference in more than one candidate. We should take advantage of that," Yang said.

But when asked if she would campaign alongside Wiley, Garcia said it just hasn't come up.

"I'm always open to having a conversation, but time is getting tight and I'm looking to win this and close it out in these final days," Garcia said.

Frontrunner Eric Adams feels the move is an attempt by the pair to derail his bid for mayor and weaken minority voters' voices.

"I think it's a last-minute move out of desperation, let them do what they do. We have two more days to go. I'm excited from what I'm seeing in the street," Adams said.

Wiley appeared at the same rally as Yang and Garcia, but chose not to share the stage.

"All I'm doing is making sure everyone knows and can make a fully informed decision and ask them to rank me number one," Wiley said.

As for the issues, voters are pretty consistent.

"The crime and safety and keeping businesses and the tax base in the city is important as well as the homeless problem," voter Virginia Sobol said.

Tuesday may be the official primary election day, however, counting the votes and determining a winner could take the Board of Elections two weeks or more.

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