Moms. We're so busy getting costumes for everyone else, we often forget to get something for ourselves. But don't worry! I've got you covered. Here ...
Some costumes are long past their cultural moments and yet remain stubbornly prevalent, making them less "throwback" and more "[yawn]." Please allow me to offer alternatives that, while perhaps unoriginal, aren't ubiquitous.
I LOVE Halloween! Every year I make costumes for our family, create spooky treats for The Chic Site, and decorate our house accordingly. Without fail ...
When it comes to putting the finishing touches on your Halloween home, there's no reason to visit a store or even leave your house at all!
At my first scareactor audition, I didn't understand how fun it would be to scare the sh*t out of random people. It's liberating to act in a new way and to have no one from your "real" life recognize you.
As much as we'd like to be the one who goes all out for Halloween -- full face paint, crazy costume, the works -- we just aren't. We'd rather take the holiday as an opportunity to switch up our standard beauty look and pay tribute to our favorite beauty icons.
We've all heard and read about how Halloween has notoriously been a holiday where women are viewed as objects and retailers market "sexy xyz" costumes to them. We present an alternative. We're asking women to #ReclaimHalloween, and celebrate their own version of sexy: women who live from the inside out.
This TV show has to be one of the most legendary reunions we've seen in ages, and it's only right that we celebrate it with an epic Halloween group costume. We've got all the inspo you need to crank out this seventeen-person squad costume the *right* way.
Just about every girl has owned a Barbie at one point in their life. Whether or not you actually liked playing with dolls, chances are that a friend or family member brought one of those classic rectangular boxes wrapped in pink paper to one of your birthday parties.
For service and justice, for the families and friends of the deceased and the wounded, for all of America this Thanksgiving--Frein has been captured, and that is an early gift.
With Halloween approaching, singles everywhere need to ramp up their mingling skills and accept invitations to parties knowing that they'll have extra permission to flirt this week.
Halloween is the second largest commercial holiday in the U.S. Not surprising then that consumers are expected be spend a considerable amount of money (to the tune of $7.4 billion!) on Halloween-related expenses this year.
They say you can tell if a woman is single or attached based on how sexy her Halloween costume is. It's a different case for men though -- most guys' Halloween costumes are super dorky and do little in service of sex appeal.
As a single mom, the one thing I do have in common with these characters of fiction found in your local costume aisle is that I hide my superpower. I hide it really, really well. Instead of a mask, I hide my superpowers behind my tired eyes and weary yawns.