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BaubleBar and Target Are Releasing the Most Glamorous Selfie Stick Ever

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BaubleBar keeps adding more collections beyond fashion jewelry. The brand rolled out its first decor collection last month with lifestyle and home pieces like jewelry holders, picture frames, planters, and bookends. Now Mashable reports that BaubleBar and Target are teaming up for an exclusive line of tech accessories out on November 29th in Target stores and at

The collection includes marble and iridescent-looking phone cases, along with cases emblazoned with sayings like "Texting is my cardio" and "The struggle is real." Shoppers will also find gold and rose-gold headphones, and accessories like portable power banks, charging cables, and Bluetooth speakers. But it's the gold polka dot selfie stick with a tassel that really commands attention as probably the world's most glamorous selfie stick. All the BaubleBar for Target products will range in price from $19.99 to $49.99.

"We are a fun-loving brand and everything we do is with a wink," BaubleBar's co-founder Amy Jain told Mashable. "We want our girl to have fun with fashion, and believe that shouldn’t be limited by budget. This is very much in line with Target’s ethos and proved to be an excellent fit for BaubleBar."