Earlier this week, I let you in on how to be the Palin family for Halloween. Now, here’s the scoop on how to be two of pop culture’s most famous couples–Juno/Paulie Bleeker and Blair Waldorf/Chuck Bass. Yeah, we know, Chuck and Blair aren’t officially a couple, but they’ve gotten down and dirty in the past and their sexual chemistry is heating up this season. So after the jump, find costumes for these characters that you can totally re-use after Halloween. And remember, some of these items you can probably find in your own closet or your local thrift store, so spending a lot of money is unnecessary. Keep reading »
Ahh, wholesome Britney, we missed you. [Los Angeles, 10/23/08] Keep reading »
Halloween is fun and all, but it can also be expensive, especially since you’ll probably only wear your costume once. So we put together Palin family costumes that can be shopped from your own closet, a thrift store or from the websites we’ve suggested. The trick is to make sure you can reuse certain items, that way the costume is cost-effective and you’ll have a treat for later. Keep reading »
Sure, dressing up for Halloween is fun and all, but buying a costume that you’ll wear for one night seems like a waste of money. We suggest you put together an ensemble from your own closet, then splurge on a little piece of jewelry that invokes that spirit of the season but can be worn all year. Diamonds make spiders seem a whole lot more appealing, don’t they?
1. nancyrosetta Sterling Silver Ghost Post Earrings, $21; Sterling Silver Ghost Pendant, $22 [Photo: Etsy]
2. Iwona Ludyga Itsy Bitsy Spider Earrings, $430 [Photo: CatBirdNYC.com]
3. BeadsInTheBelfry Along Came An Arachnid Sterling Silver Earrings, $45 [Photo: Etsy]
4. ANORIGINALJEWELRY Silver Spooky Arch Back Cat Necklace, $38 [Photo: Etsy]
5. Below14th The Scream Necklace, $36 [Photo: Etsy] Keep reading »
Something tells us her mom, Michelle Williams, would let her wear the dress everyday if she asked. [Brooklyn, NY, 10/16/08] Keep reading »
Halloween comes but once a year, and unless you’re dressing up for your boyfriend, you probably won’t have a chance to put on your sexy nurse garter until next October. But there are a ton of things at Halloween stores that you can make use of after the holiday.
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Um, give this band a Grammy, stat! Thanks to Glamour.com for pointing out the stupendous song and accompanying video for “Walk of Shame”, a tune penned by Shayna Ferm & The Upper Deckers. We’ve all been there (well, we have) and some of the memories make us cringe and laugh — but now they’ll make us dance. But all that got us thinking…what’s your worst/funniest/most awkward walk of shame story? On Halloween about five years ago, I actually went as “The Walk Of Shame” (man’s button-down, high heels, smeared lipstick, phone number on my hand, bedhead, etc.), then ended up going home with a fellow (he was dressed as a chicken, if you were curious) and had to do the walk of the shame the next morning in my walk of shame costume. Oh, and I broke a heel running down a flight of stairs. Beat that! Share your stories, in the comments. Keep reading »