If the weather is going to be chilly for your trick-or-treating this year, you'll probably want a costume with pants. For an easy and comfortable look, try hitting the great outdoors as a nature explorer while hunting for candy in your neighborhood:
Looking for a more glamorous Halloween costume option? Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast at Tiffany's is both easy and chic!
Halloween is two and a half weeks away, which means this is the time that I start wondering what costume I can put together at the last minute with minimal effort. Whether you are competing for best costume at a party or just dressing up to hand out candy to the neighborhood kids, this week I will be sharing my low-cost and low-effort Halloween ideas that can be (mostly) found in your own closet! First up, the flight attendant:
For a printable template of the flight attendant ID badge, click here for a downloadable PDF.
Last week I came across this article about how workout wear has been gaining traction as everyday wear in New York City. I have previously voiced my displeasure about this growing fad, so with a new season upon us it is the perfect time for a quick refresh on styles and fabrics that are comfortable and chic alternatives to your gym clothes.
At the end of this week my parents are heading to Austria for a friend's retirement party and my mom is worried that she is going to over pack. Although she read through my tips for packing the perfect suitcase, she got stuck on tip #2: lay out all the items you are planning to bring as outfits. Her goal is to bring a limited number of pieces while still having options if she finds out a last minute amendment to the dress code. So for five days (including 2 dressier evening events) I have curated a portable wardrobe of 11 pieces and 6 accessories that create 26 outfit options.
Curious what all 26 outfit options are? Keep on reading: