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Editors' Obsessions: A Game-Changing Curling Iron, Citrine Sandals & More!

Editor Obsessions

Editor Obsessions

Admit it, ladies—every gal wishes she could create the perfect blown-out hairstyle at home without the help of a hairstylist (or a substantial hairstyling budget). And with our latest Style team obsession, that dream is an absolute reality.

Life-changing curling irons aside, there’s plenty more to obsess over right now. We’ve got punchy yellow sandals and flirty floral rompers on the brain too. Plus, you’ve got to check out the summer dresses from our new favorite, UK-based online shopping destination.

Go ahead, check out everything we’re obsessing over this week!

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Editor Obsessions

Enzo Angiolini Manna Ankle Strap Sandals, $ 90
“I needed a late spring pick-me-up and found just that in the form of foot candy: These citrine “Manna” ankle-strap sandals from Enzo Angiolini add a punchy pop of neon color to my everyday looks, and pair well with a bright or muted pedicure, too!” Nicole Adlman, Style Writer

Editor Obsessions

Beachwaver S1 Ceramic Rotating Curling Iron, $ 129
“This one is a Style team obsession. When this rotating curling iron hit our desks, each staffer had to have it. For good reason too, since it makes creating waves dumb easy. The Beachwaver S1 is—no exaggeration—the beauty tool game changer of the year.”—Cinya Burton, Style Senior Editor

Editor Obsessions

Boden Vintage Halterneck Dress, $ 118
“May is always a bit of a freak-out month for me when it comes to fashion: It’s that month when I realize I’ve got three weddings, six birthday parties and a gazillion other things I need to find a cute dress for before the 1st of June. Enter Boden, an old favorite from the UK that recently launched stateside and is already winning my heart again!—Jacqueline Lee, Photo Editor

Editor Obsessions

For Love & Lemons Wild West Romper, $ 81
“I’ve been trying to up my romper count lately, and this dark floral edition is the perfect complement to my collection. It’s ultra-feminine and flirty, and instantly makes me feel more polished the second I put it on. The fabric was stiffer than I expected—it’s almost like corduroy—but the stiffness actually helps the romper keep its shape.” —Lindsey Sirera, Style Intern

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