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.
If you're not into going big on Halloween, you'll love easy, transitional pieces. Surprisingly, the best place to look first is your own closet.
Halloween 2014 will be even more widely celebrated in the U.S. than usual, with the National Retail Federation predicting costume sales this year will hit $2.8 billion, a 55 percent increase in spending since 2006.
A good Halloween costume is relevant and humorous. You don't have to spend a lot of money to get into character.
If they can dress up in actual costumes and still look adorable then so can we! Here are a few must-see Halloween costume ideas from our favorite models to help inspire you this year.
If you haven't noticed, Halloween falls on a Friday this year so you simply must go to a party and nothing short of a fantastic costume with fabulous hair will suffice.
Shortly after getting my Knott's Scary Farm Season Pass validated, I had a taste of what is in store for this year, as Knott's invited media to see what goes on backstage while final preparations are made for opening night.
Back in August you had such lofty ambitions for your DIY his-and-hers Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head ensembles. And yet, here it is, the day before Halloween, and you have done zero planning. So we've pulled together some easy and timely costumes from stuff you probably already have.
Before buying anything, raid your closet to see if you can find any of the necessary pieces on a hanger or stuffed in a drawer. If all fails, check other options/stores where you can get each needed piece for under $50.
Don't want to dress up like a sexy Crayon, sexy ear of corn or other ridiculous sexy something-or-other for Halloween? No problem.
It is October and I am enthralled with fall, with black cats and cauldrons and crystal balls. I close my eyes but I do not see the future swirling in the mist. Only the past.