With October just a week away, the Halloween countdown is about to commence — and this year, we’re going the DIY route. Because not only do self-assembled costumes save you from throwing down $60 at a cheesy pop-up Halloween store, they also look way cooler than anything that comes wrapped in plastic could ever hope to. So go ahead and tell your friend who already started planning some intricate group idea that you’re doing your own thing this time. (Come on, ‘Khaleesi and her dragons’ is so last year, anyway.)
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I’ve written about strategic splurging here on CF a couple of times, but I’ve never really talked about the things that I’ve splurged on and still love to this day. It’s one thing to write about splurges in the abstract – the price per wear on a great pair of jeans
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Zara has easily become a one-stop shop for most shopping scenarios in our life. Few other places deliver the same caliber of options when you need something quick and cheap that doesn’t often look quick or cheap. Since we already buy everything else at Zara, why not Halloween costumes?
Instead of wasting your precious pre-holiday prep time trying on too many polyester and tulle get-ups, take a second to scroll through Zara’s new arrivals. With enough imagination
After last month’s Kylie Jenner cover, Vogue Australia had a whole lot of making up to do, according to our forum members. Thankfully, the Aussie fashion bible delivers for October 2018. This year, the magazine has featured the likes of Kylie
“The most pro-life president in American history.” That is how Vice President Mike Pencedescribed President Donald Trump in January before the March for Life — an annual anti-abortion rally that started in 1974. Trump became the first sitting president to appear at the march, committing to his promise “to build a society where life is celebrated, protected, and cherished” — in other words, to make America a place where a woman’s right to choose no longer exists.