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Is Lauren Conrad Trolling Us With These Flower Crowns?

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Lauren Conrad out-perfects herself, teaching her loyal fans how to assemble the lushest, pinkest flower crown in all the land. The bridesmaid dress designer and purveyor of pretty Tunisian ceramics is happy that the "whimsical and oh-so-girly" flower crowns have become acceptable headwear for "a music festival, a wedding or just an afternoon out with your besties." There is basically nothing this newlywed can't do. See Mrs. Tell's step-by-step on assembling the flowery tiara, and accept that she is the daughter your mother always wished for.