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    The must-know dos and don’ts of wedding guest attire

    What to wear and what to avoid the next time you attend a wedding.

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    How to avoid the worst wardrobe malfunction

    So there are fashion mishaps. And then, there is the catastrophe known as....camel toe.

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    10 trends that don't work on moms (and some that do)

    Something happens to your head when you have a kid — not to mention your body completely changes, and you can barely recognize yourself through bleary eyes, a fog of tiredness, and matted hair from sleepless nights. Sounds sexy, right? But, when that glimmering light at the end of the tunnel is in the near distance and the kid actually starts to act like a human and sleep normal hours, just like magic, you start to look like your old self again.

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    8 “ugly” fashion trends we refuse to quit wearing

    Ever slip into the latest summer fashion trend and then realize it’s not exactly traditionally attractive? So what? Today we’re speaking out on behalf of our favorite awkward fashion trends, whether they’re bulky, strangely proportioned, or just at the opposite end of sexy. If there’s still something magnetic about its pull on you, we say go for it. It’s all in the name of fashion.

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    8 pantry items every home chef should have

    At their NYC restaurant Maiden Lane, Nialls Fallon and Gareth Maccubbin elevate a humble foodstuff—canned fish—to a gourmet delicacy, serving dishes inspired by European cuisines. They use an array of pantry staples to craft those canned creations, and we asked Fallon to share his favorite items that every home cook needs in their arsenal.

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    4 delicious breakfast casseroles you’ll want for dinner (and will reheat well the next morning)

    Tired of your same-old breakfast routine? Power through your mornings with easy one-pan casseroles filled with eggs, fresh summer vegetables, and gooey melted cheese — or make a sweet version with buttery layers of French toast topped with syrup. Time-saving tip: breakfast casseroles are easy to reheat in a microwave or oven, and placing lining paper on the bottom of my pan saves the trouble of a messy cleanup.

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    Can I eat that?

    When to enjoy and when to ditch questionable foods like moldy cheese and more. —Stephanie Clarke, R.D., and Willow Jarosh, R.D.

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    Your guide to picking the best watermelon

    Whether it’s the world record holding watermelon of 350 pounds from Tennessee or an average 15-pounder, we LOVE watermelon.

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    10 of the best snacks at Trader Joe's

    Whether you're plopping down on the couch and need something to munch on or you're road-tripping, the moment calls for something sweet, salty, crunchy, or maybe even gummy. We consulted POPSUGAR editors to pull together the best snacks at Trader Joe's.

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    Beyond ice cream: Frozen treats around the globe

    Now that the weather is warmer, we’re craving frozen treats constantly. But cooling goodies don’t have to stop at ice cream and popsicles—see what types of sweet, icy treats people consume around the world, from locales as far-flung as the Philippines, New Orleans, and Germany.

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    6 pretty frozen pops to make at home this summer

    If hearing the tinkling bells of an ice cream truck brings back fond childhood memories of sprinting to get your favorite ice pop, then you’ll love our updated takes on the frozen treat. There’s a rainbow of beautiful pops that you can make at home with fresh fruits, herbs, and even booze. Here are 6 stunning homemade frozen pops to try this summer.

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    5 reasons your family needs a weekend without any plans

    Remember the concept of weekends being a time for rest, relaxation, and togetherness? No? Us either. Between soccer games, playdates, dragging your kids to see the new exhibition at the local children's museum, and we need to pick up a gift for that birthday party that starts in . . . 20 minutes, juggling a busy family's weekend schedule can be more stressful than a weekday. While we know it's simply not realistic to cancel all your plans and obligations moving forward, clearing the calendar for just one weekend can be just the refresher that your family's craving. Here's why.

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