The 9 best trendy gifts for her that pretty much sum up this year
Look, when it comes to shopping for the girlies in your life, it’s totally fair that you want to give her an actually good gift this year. After all, she (always) deserves it. Unless she specifically asked for it, you can’t just get her a fuzzy robe again. And a gift card just screams lazy. What you can do is shop some of the best trendy gifts for her that are unique, fun and so 2023-coded. Don’t worry — we already rounded up the best ones for you.
As far as fashion goes, Barbiecore was it this year. Instead of buying her random new pink clothes and accessories, you should definitely gift her a pair of these pink furry slippers that look just like the ones Barbie wore in the opening scene.
Presenting: the exact lipstick that Rihanna wore during her unreal Super Bowl halftime show performance back in February. It's truly the perfect gift for anyone even remotely into beauty or pop culture.
OK, they may think that they know everything there is to know about their astrology chart thanks to Co-Star, but they need one of these books. Each edition is a different zodiac sign and dives even deeper into their sign's needs, strengths and things that make them, well, them.
Sambas officially came back in a big way this year — and we're so grateful. The iconic adidas sneakers are cute, comfy and celebrity-approved. Whether or not they're into new trends or just really need a good pair of sneakers, adidas Sambas are just the best.
Even though the power of the friendship bracelet started with Swifties attending the Eras Tour, the friendship bracelet has become so much more than that. With 4,500 (!!) pieces, the bracelet opportunities are endless.
If you opened TikTok this fall, then you know that the world learned just how often people think about the Roman Empire. It's a TikTok trend that burned high and mighty, and for that, we are ever so grateful. This cheeky tee is guaranteed to get a laugh.
Marc Thorpe, who created special effects for Star Wars and Indiana Jones films before launching Robot Wars, which feature radio-controlled gladiators in events he called “festivals of destruction and survival,” has died. He was 77. Thorpe died Friday of complications related to Parkinson’s disease at a hospice facility in Alamo, California, his daughter, Megan Feffer, …
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