Jordan, from Oh Happy Day, featured really cute and easy halloween costume ideas on her blog this year. Inspired by great fashion icons, she dressed up some kiddos as Anna Wintour, Bill Cunningham, Karl Lagerfield, and more.
Remember this phone? The Motorola Razr flip phone was probably the last great flip phone hit before smartphones swiped the mobile crown in popularity. But I'm guessing many of us still harbor some fond memories related to this then-slick, svelte alphanumeric little number. Apparently so did this guy...
With Halloween coming up two weeks from today, we thought it might be a good time to start thinking about costumes. (Please comment below with your ideas!) Today's One Minute Tip comes from John Gleeson Connolly (who can also tell you how to make a Pirate Key in case your dragon needs one.)
Now THESE you can make at the last minute. Maybe even an hour before you leave the house to go trick or treating, or head off to the neighbor’s Halloween party. They are all pretty easy and can transform an all-black outfit into a full-on costume — whether you're a grown-up or little one.
Halloween inspires thoughts of bats, spiders, snakes, and moths. I've long been a little uneasy about the way moths bash into both lights and my face, but living with a moth-loving 7-year-old makes me appreciate their dark beauty...
If you're a little late to the party when it comes to decorating your outdoor space for autumn, don't fret — there's still plenty of time before you start doling out candy to the wee ones. And while I do enjoy a little autumn flair, I'm not one for gaudy, over-the-top embellishments. These five images are superb examples of subtle and sophisticated fall decorations, offering a little inspiration to dress up your front entry just in time for Halloween.
Most of the holiday decor we see this time of year is gloriously over the top; all bright orange, guts and gore, and cobwebs-a-plenty. But there is a way to decorate your home which stays true to a more simple aesthetic, while nodding subtly to the season. Read on for some Halloween DIYs that are cheap, modern, and – dare I say it – chic.
What better way to spend time with your kids this weekend than making a creative, unique and totally handmade Halloween costume? We've got the video that shows you how right here, plus three more holiday crafts you can do with the kids, or with yourself just for the fun of it.
Dark, deviant, vampy, trampy, nutty, smutty. Pants optional. 'Tis the season for Halloween parties! Here's a little playlist for all the zombies and sexy Dorothies. For all the Batmans and Robins...and Mileys and Robins. For all the giant foam bananas in pajamas. For the year-late Honey Boo Boos. And for you too, obscure Russian poet who no one knows so you have to explain your costume all night. Get out there and work it, twerk it, shake it 'til you break it.
Ten Halloweens ago, I dressed as my grandparents' living room — it was one of my favorite costumes, but sadly, no photos exist. Fortunately for all of us, the hilarious homemade and home-inspired costumes you see here were well-documented.