Halloween is coming up, and you may still be in a costume crunch. Don't worry. You can always slap on some extreme makeup and say you're a runway model. Which of the looks below wins you over for sheer over-the-topitude?
White liner at Giambattista Valli
Brights eyes at Christian Dior Makeup mask at Jean Paul Gaultier
I love Miu Miu's harlequin themed show from Spring Summer 2008, especially this sweetly sexy striped mini dress. Kensie created a cute green version that's more wearable for everyday life. It's $118 at Macy's and perfect for spring. Now if I could find an inexpensive version of that show's teacup heels...
Prom Season is here and if you're beyond the prom age, prom season and post prom season is a good time to shop for any upcoming formal events. Shopping outside of the juniors prom sections and stores may help you find a dress that can live beyond prom or anyone too old to attend prom.
During my search I found that Nordstrom had the best selection of plus size evening dresses. They actually have one of the best evening dress selections no matter what your size. The dresses range from elegant to fun and sweet to sassy.
Jean Paul Gaultier's runway promoted one of my favorite fashion looks: pinstripes with a delicate, feminine print. He had high-waisted pants, suspenders, lingerie elements, lace, sheer fabrics, softly geometric designs, and monochrome dominated, much to my glee. His menswear-inspired looks are a testament to how graceful the style can be. Christian Lacroix also paid homage to menswear with pieces inspired by matadors and soldiers. The complete collection wasn't cohesive, but even the breaks from theme were lovely. It's hard to argue with so many colors, ruffles and embroidery. Plus, I want that polka dot coat!