Wearing a hat is like wearing red lipstick — it’s intimidating at first (can I really pull it off?) but once you rock it a few times, you’re like oh, this is what it feels like to be a baller. Whether or not you’re a hat person (or a lipstick person) this is something we can all relate to.
Still trying to figure out what to wear during this awkward time where the weather fluctuates between spring and winter on the daily? A knit jumpsuit may be the answer to all of our problems…
I promised myself I wouldn’t do a Halloween post until at least one week before “the big day” (if I decided to write one at all), but with bags of candy basically getting stale on the shelves (they have been there since August, after all) I figured…why the hell not? I’m giving in. But I’m warning you, I am a Halloween hater.
Because no one knows what to wear in these suddenly cold temperatures, I thought it would be fun to wear my favorite casual Fall look and FRAME IT.
18 degrees? No problem. Let me just throw on some thin gloves and a lightweight coat. And of course it makes sense to wear lots of metal in these temperatures. Yeah, this sounds about right.