Sunday, October 10, 2010

Halloweentown

1. Kelly Kapowski from Saved By the Bell
2. Bayside backpack and notebook via NBC store, $45


3. Motel Demelza Dress, $54


4. Pink Oblong Earrings via I Have a Thing For You, $10


5. J.Crew Denim Vest, $88


6. Lego Rings, $10


7. Vivienne Westwood X Melissa plastic heels, $184


Although I much prefer the months where I can frolic in little dresses without needing to wear some kind of outerwear, there is something magical about Autumn. Before it gets frigid enough that I need to wear boots, cozying up in loafers and checkered socks is ideal. Except this year, there have been no indications of Fall; no sign of Central Park’s leaves changing colors. Instead, it’s been constant cold and rain, a season I’ve been calling Rainter. On the flipside, Halloween is very soon and every year I never seem to be able to solidify my costume idea till the last minute. This year I’m teetering back and forth between the following three: Kelly Kapowski from Saved by the Bell, a Where the Wild Things Are-inspired look, or a female Where’s Waldo costume.







5. Gold crown, $4
Last year, Opening Ceremony did a collection in association with Spike Jonze, the director of the movie Where the Wild Things Are. The book was one of my favorites when I was little and I was contemplating taking inspiration from it for a costume last Halloween when the movie came out (I've always wanted to hang out with The Wild Things) but I never got around to it. If I don’t do it this year, then I think I’m buying these Max slippers regardless.  


1. Martin Handford's Where's Waldo book

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