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Shoppers are posting with a fervor about their fave serum. It contains restorative fermented prebiotics in lieu of vitamin C with a dose of hydrating vitamin E. One Instagrammer writes: "The best bang for your buck. I love this serum!! It has done wonders for my skin and totally gives this unreal brightening effect! There’s no crazy fragrance, no burning." A clean, cruelty-free choice.
Target can hardly keep this onesie in stock — it's a hit with fans of all ages and sizes and the perfect transitional wardrobe piece. Nab one before it's gone. One teacher posted: "I loveeee this fit! It is still cold here so layering this spring jumpsuit with a turtleneck was the perfect solution. ... So cute and flattering! Going to need her in every color."
Little ones can't get enough of this sturdy push toy — nor can their Instagrammer parents. One posted a sweet action shot of their toddler and wrote "Target cart + coffee was what she needed to get her motivated to walk."
This minimalist brass lamp has a simple socket pull chain and sleek look. Will slip right into most any room with ease, subtly classing everything up. One poster shared a photo and wrote, "Obsessed. So easy to assemble and so cute!"
As spring nears, Target's adorable planters are getting snapped up. Don't miss out on this ceramic outdoor-friendly planter ... it's got a drainage hole and lots of catitude. One fan posted a pic of two of theirs captioned: "When you’re obsessed with your animals + plants." This is the 4.5-inch size, but it's also available in 7-inch and comes in black.
Emma Watson was the third famous Emma to hit Taylor Swift's Eras tour, following Emma Stone and Emma Roberts' footsteps. Watson was spotted by fans at the singer's first Las Vegas show over the weekend.
Someone, surely, should be holding the press to account, but should that person really be a royal prince, who occasionally pops over from California in between making seven-part documentaries about his own privacy?