Now add some body glitter, white eye shadow and lip gloss and you're good to go be an ethereal unicorn.
Saturday, October 3, 2015
I made a post about creating a unicorn costume last year and I'll probably create one next year as well...that's because I'm OBSESSED with unicorns and personally feel like you can never really go wrong by going as one. Last year, my costume idea was a little more quirky, it involved rainbows and tulle (things I love). This year I'm gonna go a little more subtle. Classic white, classic unicorn meets human.
Friday, October 2, 2015
Little Red Riding Hood is a fallback costume for me. Probably because I own a crazy blue-eyed Husky named Frost who sort of looks like a wolf, so I love using her in my Halloween Costume. Plus, you get to where a giant red cape, and if you say you don't like running around the house with a giant cape tail flying out behind you like you're a Disney Villain...then I know you're lying.
You can't be Red Riding Hood without the cape - You just can't, don't try to fight it - Find it HERE
A Simple long black skirt - where you can find almost anywhere - You can even check Goodwill or Savers
And here's a picture of my Husky Frost...the perfect wolf to my Red Riding Hood
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Halloween is my second favorite holiday. Christmas narrowly edges it out, only because PRESENTS and December in Arizona is when actual sweater weather begins. Anyways, one of the most difficult things about Halloween for me, besides not eating all the candy before passing it out, is deciding what I'm going to dress up as. I love dressing up. I do it even when it's not Halloween, but those are stories for different days. There are so many costumes to choose from that I can find myself becoming overwhelmed. So, every day up till Halloween I'll be posting a costume idea, one that I love! Hopefully it may help you find a little costume clarity or give you an idea of what you may want to dress up as.
Costume #1 - Lucy Ricardo from I Love Lucy
I used to watch I Love Lucy with my grandma when I was a little kid, and I absolutely adored everything about her - Her style, her hair, her relationship with Ricky, and most of all her AMAZING comedic ability. For me, the Golden Age of Hollywood icon I idolized wasn't Marilyn Monroe or Audrey Hepburn or Elizabeth Taylor - it was Lucille Ball.
Now all that's left it to practice your "Rickyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy" whine!
It's the first day of my favorite month, with one of my favorite holidays, in my favorite time of year. So, in honor of October, Halloween, and fall I decided to compile a Halloween/Fall checklist. I hope you all enjoy and get inspired to try a few of the things listed!