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.
We play dress up to hide behind another persona, but chances are that choice of persona reveals volumes about who we are pretending to be.
Adults are ready to pay for their children's costumes $1.4 billion, while lavishing their pets with outfits that factor in for $330 million.
It's impossible to believe, but in less than three weeks, it'll be Halloween again. It's impossible to believe because it's nearly 80 degrees and instead of being blistery cold, it's like another August, but of course it's not.
From Heidi Klum's legendary costumes for her annual fete to Roberto Cavalli done up as Karl Lagerfeld, here's proof that big personalities, big costume budgets, and big Halloween parties yield some truly amazing, and amazingly bizarre results.
This year, my 4 ½ year old daughter Zoe wanted to be a princess for Halloween. Nothing wrong with that... or is there?
In these old houses, shadows sure do look like shadows of other very scary things, don't they? And so, feel free to completely ignore the old woman in the downstairs guest bathroom or any other people you might see peering through the windows and/or wallpaper.
It's Halloween in New Orleans with skeletons sitting on pedicabs, blue vampires peeking out from the Rodrigue Blue Dog gallery, and ghosts floating fr...
As a gay man, I find that Halloween moves me and makes sense to me. It is a euphoric celebration of costume, illusion, freedom and abandon, a glorious time of transformation -- male into female, vanilla into leather, frumpy into glamorous. Boys can be witches. We do it better than anyone else.
"I have never seen a greater monster or miracle in the world than myself." -Michel Eyquem, seigneur de Montaigne (1533-1592) Seeing a monster on the ...
Britney Spears will thank me.
Before you start picking out orange and black bridesmaid dresses and stocking up on candy corn for guest favors, take your inspiration to a fancier place. Halloween-themed weddings don't have to be so predictable!