Halloween is just around the corner and everyone deserves to have a kick butt costume. Even your succulents. Your little green friends will look positively frightening in these mini ceramic skull planters. These scary pots are bound to make any plant look stylish and chic without distracting from their natural beauty.
Here’s yet another way to hide your ugly toes — or drive the foot fetishist in your life extra-bonkers: Half-Pretties half-foot lace stockings. Basically, Half-Pretties cover your toes so that French lace peeks out of the top of your shoes. It’s pretty, sort of. I don’t know if it’s $24.50-pretty, though. [Half Pretties via Jezebel] Keep reading »
OK, so Pan Am is now a defunct airline. And you might travel in coach more than first class … But that doesn’t mean the luxury the “Pan Am” show calls to mind is off limits to you when you travel. The following travel items will make you feel luxurious, glamorous, and refreshed as you travel … even if you’re squeezed in the middle seat.
If you would have told us a few years ago that we’d want to wear sequins all over one day, we would have laughed hysterically. But now we’re adding sequins to the list of things we said we would never wear yet can’t get enough of. Sequins are a dazzling way to take part in the metallic trend and are totally appropriate for day when the other clothes you’re wearing are simple. For instance, if you’ve decided on a pair of sequin pants, then add a simple, white button-down blouse to contrast the glitz. Ditto goes for a sequin skirt or shorts. Sequin jackets look amazing with distressed jeans for day, but wearing black crop pants at night is a playful take on a tuxedo. Sequin dresses are best left for nights out and sequin T-shirts will become a wardrobe staple.
The scene: 3 p.m. on a Thursday, Walgreens (or similar well-stocked pharmacy).
OK, I’m here for one thing and one thing only: anti-frizz serum. This early fall humidity is making me look like Phil Spector at his murder trial and that is not good for my social life. It’s time to take action. It’s time to smooth things out. Ooh, but maybe hairspray would be better? I think my hairstylist said hairspray is better than serum. Or maybe she said mousse is better than styling wax. Actually I think she said she didn’t really “get” the Borat movie. Yeah. That was it.
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Because sometimes you just need a little something extra — a little more power, more edge. So call upon these intense, rather intimidating Predator Rings, from jewelry designer Danielle Nicole Hill. They’re only (ha!) $200 each, or $900 for the whole set. A small price to pay for the ability to claw someone’s eyes out, wouldn’t you say? [Etsy]