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You're going to be going ham on these sides.

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We would like to apologize to your wallet in advance.

15 Caftan Dresses That Make Dressing a Breeze

Lean into the ease of this one-and-done wardrobe staple.

14 Ways to Use Your Air Fryer You Probably Didn't Think Of

Because air fryers are good for more than just homemade French fries and potato chips...

30 Dinner Recipes For One That'll Make You Wish You Had Leftovers

You might want to double up on some of these, TBH.

40 of the Most Underclothed, Overdressed, and Bizarre Celeb Airport Outfits

Gowns, pasties, and oversized sombreros.

Spring Cleaning Tips to Get Bedrooms Organized

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The 73 Best Beauty Gifts to Surprise and Delight Everyone on Your List

From culty fragrances and skincare sets to high-powered hair tools.

39 Easy, Healthy Salad Recipes

You'll never have to have a boring ol' salad again.

Amazon's Having a Huge Sale on Home Organizing Essentials

From fridge bins to drawer organizers, put viral tricks to the test!

Nicole Kidman Shares Her ‘Favorite’ Serum for Thicker Hair—It’s 25% off Right Now

The best-selling oil is one of her “personal favorites”—but it’s only on sale for a limited time!

Here Are the Hottest Bathroom Trends for 2023, According to Design Pros

Everything from textured tiles and decorative lighting to "the new statement bathroom."

The Living Room Trends That Will Be Huge in 2023

Will 2023 be the year of daybeds? As 2022 comes to a close (we know, we can't believe it either), we're already looking ahead at what's next for the design world. And, as one of the central gathering spaces in any house, the living room is at the heart of our focus. 2022 proved to be the year of bold wallpaper, warm woods, and a resurgence of antiques—all of which are still going strong. But what's on the other side of the calendar? Well, we spoke with designers and pored over recent projects to get a sense of what we'll be seeing more of in the year to come. The good news? The prognosis is great, with warmth, style, and details galore. Read on to learn what to expect. (Want more trends? Here's what we foresee for colors, kitchens, kitchen cabinets, and more).

Fashion Finds to Nab the '70s Style From Daisy Jones & the Six

From faux fur jackets to the platforms that will help you shift into your stage persona.

There's Only One Sofa That Has Stopped House Beautiful's Shopping Editor in Her Tracks

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What the Cast of Princess Bride is Doing Now

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27 Photos That’ll Make Winter Your Favorite Season

Pack your bags for these winter wonderlands.

40 Mother's Day Appetizers That Are Way Better Than Flowers

And that last-minute lunch reservation too.

How to Buy Unique Art Online, According to an Interior Designer

Your expert guide to finding unique pieces at every price.

The Unexpected Plant GardenTok Is Obsessed With Right Now

No garden is complete without this delicious plant. You may have recently discovered you have a green thumb and want to take your planting skills to the next level with a garden. But unlike watering your house plants, creating a garden requires some finesse when picking the right plants for the season. You want to ensure your planter boxes and gardens have a mix of perennials, shrubs, and trees for year-round color and interest. And before you start planting seeds, you need to know your USDA Hardiness zone (check yours here) to ensure a plant can survive winter in your climate. Also, you need to pay attention to how much sun or shade area an area of your garden receives. Full sun means 6 or more hours of direct sunlight, while partial sun is about half that timeframe. Full shade means an area gets no direct sun or only a smidge of the morning sun. Follow the plant tag or description because you can’t get around it: Sun lovers need light to flower and flourish, while shade lovers will fry in the hot sun. We have curated a list of the best types of plants every garden needs to thrive.

The Greatest Gowns That Queen Elizabeth, Meghan Markle, and More Royals Have Worn

From Princess Margaret's iconic style to Meghan Markle's wedding reception dress.

The Craziest Candle Scents You Can Actually Buy

Lavender would have been too easy.

7 Kitchen Trends People Will Be Obsessing Over In 2023

Gray no longer slays.

30 Dreamy Attic Rooms That Will Convince You to Give Yours a Makeover

Not your average crawl space.

12 Beautiful Hummingbird Feeders That'll Turn Your Yard Into a Fairytale

Your backyard will become a magical oasis.

25 Shoe Storage Ideas to Clear Your Wardrobe of Clutter

Running out of ideas? We have plenty.

8 Knockout 2023 Fashion Trends You're Gonna LOVE

Get ahead of'em now.

Black Women Say Products for Black Hair Are Dangerously Toxic

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22 Slow-Cooker Recipes That Will Make Your Kids Ask For Seconds

Your kids are about to be card-carrying members of the Clean Plate Club.

6 Must-Know Rules for Taking a Break in a Relationship, According to Experts

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Fun-Filled Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

Have you ever had Irish potato candy? Believe it or not, you don’t have to be Irish to get in on the fun on St. Patrick’s Day! Though the holiday is distinctly Irish in origin, Irish immigrants brought it to America and now it is celebrated across the country in city and town-wide parades, pub crawls, and spectacles. Even if you’re not located near a major St. Patrick’s Day event, there are plenty of St. Patrick’s Day traditions you can embrace to make the holiday your own with friends and family. First off: St. Patrick’s Day foods. From Guinness Beef stew to Irish coffee drinks to corned beef hash, there are so many delicious drinks and dishes to cook up at home! Then, of course, there’s the crafting. Whether you’re seasoned creators or just in the beginning stages of DIY, our favorite St. Patrick’s day crafts offer something for everyone, from tissue paper four-leaf clovers to paper shamrock wreaths to hang on the front door. Looking for something more low-key? Head off in search of that elusive four-leaf clover, settle in on the couch for an Irish movie marathon, or, if all else fails, don your best green shirt and drink a green beer :) No matter what your plans may be come March 17th, there are plenty of fun-filled St. Patrick’s day traditions, symbols, foods and activities to help you celebrate the true meaning of the holiday. And you’ll find 18 of our favorites right here!

Amazon Has a Secret Outdoor Furniture Section Full of Affordable Treasures That Reviewers Love

Sunny days (and massive savings) ahead!

Want 3 Tools in One, and for Cheap? Ryobi’s Combo Kit Is 64% Off At Home Depot

With spring here, this set is an excellent deal and partner in any DIY projects you have planned.

The 20 Best Oscars Dresses of All Time, According to Bazaar Editors

From the swan dress to all of Cher's Bob Mackie.

13 Best Slides for Women, According to Footwear Experts

Slip into a fun, stylish pair with top-notch cushioning and support.

90 Cookie Recipes You'll Be Baking All Year Long

There's a cookie for everyone.

12 Little Hacks to Making Dinner Way Easier

A dozen ways to make dinner way easier? Umm...yes, please.

Easy Decor Ideas to Make Your House Feel Like Spring

Cheerful decorating ideas, right this way!

40 Finger Food Ideas That Will Be the Star of Your Next Dinner Party

We all know appetizers are the best part of the meal, anyway.

23 Modern Bedroom Ideas to Inspire a Makeover

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20 Great Pairs of Khaki Pants—All For Less Than $100

The versatile color doesn't have to break the bank.

Plunge Pools Are Twice as Cheap as Regular Pools

And some major designers are obsessed!

Queen Mary's Most Iconic Tiara Moments

A brief history of the legendary jewelry collector's famous diadems, including the crown that Queen Camilla will wear for the coronation in May. Update, February 14, 2023: Buckingham Palace announced this morning that Queen Consort Camilla will wear Queen Mary's crown, set with the Cullinan diamonds, for her upcoming coronation in May, marking the first time since the 18th century that a consort is recycling a crown worn by a predecessor rather than commissioning her own. Given the times we are in now, with the spending habits of the monarchy more scrutinized than ever before, it's not surprising Camilla chose to dip into the archives for her ceremonial jewel, though many expected her to wear the Queen Mother's 1937 crown. Avoiding the controversy that surrounds the Koh-i-Noor diamond, which currently shines center stage on this piece, may have been a strong factor in the decision. Given Queen Camilla's own well-documented embrace of showstopping jewelry moments, this is a nice homage to Queen Mary, arguably one of the most legendary jewelry collectors in royal history. In light of this news, we are resurfacing this compilation, from 2021, of Mary's most iconic tiara moments. Queen Mary was a formidable woman in many respects. As consort to King George V, she helped him lead Britain through World War I and its aftermath, and was an invaluable aide and adviser to her husband throughout his 26-year reign. When he died in 1936, Mary remained a loyal protector of the monarchy for the rest of her life, serving as Queen Mother to King George VI until his own untimely death in 1952, and living long enough to witness her granddaughter Elizabeth's accession to the throne (Mary died in March 1953, just ten weeks before the coronation). She was also one hell of a jewelry collector. "No one can wear jewels as she can," wrote Prince Christopher of Greece in his 1938 memoirs. "I think she could cover herself from head to foot with them and yet never look over laden as other women would do. On her they become only a part of her personality..." Mary commissioned some of the royal family's most iconic assets, from the Diamond Fringe Tiara worn by three generations of Windsor women on their wedding days, to the emerald choker so beloved by Princess Diana. She had an impeccable eye for Russian bijoux and loved an estate sale, which is how she got her hands on Grand Duchess Vladimir's eponymous tiara, and pretty much the entire sapphire collection of Empress Marie Feodorovna. She received fabulous gifts, too, like the colossal 158-carat Cullinan III & IV diamond brooch—which the current monarch lovingly refers to as "Granny's Chips." And she kept a firm grip on her family's jewelry legacy. When the Cambridge Emeralds, which were won at a charity raffle by her grandmother Princess Augusta, ended up in the hands of her brother's mistress, Mary promptly intervened and retrieved them. Were it not for such quick thinking, the Windsor vaults would be devoid of such treasures as the Delhi Durbar suite, or even the emeralds that often replace the pearls on Queen Elizabeth's favorite Vladimir Tiara. To pay tribute to this most legendary of jewelry connoisseurs, we begin at the top: with her tiaras. Below, a brief compendium of Queen Mary's diadems, from long lost beauties to enduring classics.

The Product Bobbi Brown Says ‘Helps’ Achieve a More Youthful-Looking Neck at 65

Plus one way she absolutely does not want you to use it.

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The Diamond Dog in your life will love these gifts that start at just $10.

The 50 Most Iconic Wedding Gowns In History

This is so much better than Pinterest.

Need a Great Gift, Like, Right Now? Shop Amazon’s New Martha Stewart Store

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The 16 Best Hair and Makeup Looks from the 95th Academy Awards

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Spring Flowers That Landscape Designers Swear By

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