The ’90s are back–exactly like how the ’80s were back when we were ’90s kids. Weird how that happens.
Anyway, Halloween is great for super ambitious art students and all, but for the rest of us–who want to walk the fine line between not spending any money/time on a costume and not being the asshole who didn’t even bother–here are some suggestions for mind-numbingly easy DIY ’90s themed stuff. More
Last week, we brought youÂ 10 dresses you could wear as Halloween costumesÂ thatÂ also happen to work for any old occasion on other days of the year. Still, there are plenty of you out there who can’t be bothered with a costume–or simply have no need–but will still be attending parties for the holiday weekend. We’re here with some helpful suggestions for seasonally-appropriate, subtly theme-y pieces that comprise 13 Awesome Looks for Your Grown-Up, Costume-Free Halloween Party. More
Halloween is fun and great and wonderful… until you end up spending $100+ to cobble together some costume you’ll wear for a single drunken evening before it sinks to the back of your closet, never to be worn again (those whiskey stains don’t help).
So, we’re here to help: these ten dresses will work great for various decade-spanning Halloween costumes… but you can also repeat wear them because they’re not actually costumes. Sure, you might spend a little more, but you also get a nice dress out of it. More
I just want to remind you of the spirit of the holiday, like always. Since it seemed contrived and mildly Victoria’s Secret-y to showcase a Native American for Shelved Dolls this week, and since there are no lady Pilgrims, I’m stumped on how to do that. So I’m going to let a little lady named Wednesday Addams explain the true meaning of Thanksgiving for you. Remember: these savages are our guests. It may be helpful to you in the days to come.
Here are TheGloss, we’re sure that you are spending Thanksgiving in a wide varieties of ways. Some of you are probably drinking highballs, some of you are probably feeding Venus fly traps in your mansion. But we think Wednesday Addams really speaks for all of us when she teaches us about the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Wishing you and yours all the best, which is to say, we hope no one scalps you and burns your village to the ground. More
So, I went to the beach for the past few days, and now I’m red like a lobster. God, I’m in pain. It feels great! I’m going to be so pretty when this is over! No, I’m not, I’m going to be peeling like a reptile. A goddamn reptile. I make bad choices, huh? Like Lindsay’s daughter’s friends. Just let me lie to myself a little longer.
Look, I looked like Wednesday Addams at the country club, okay? I had a lot of issues about who I was, and who I am, and whether or not I wanted to fit in, so I bought a Lily Pulitzer dress and then I lay out by the pool with no suntan lotion on for three hours. In many ways, my vacation would have been written by Bret Easton Ellis if he did a lot of Klonopin.
And I am a lobster now, ripe for considering. Afterward, I looked up a lot of facts about tanning, while sitting very erect at my computer, because I can’t move, because it hurts too much. Anyhow. If you want to get skin cancer, this is how you go about getting it in the most beautiful manner. More
Wednesday Addams: I love you, girl. I definitely identified with you as a kid, thanks to Christina Ricci’s severe, dry and morbid portrayal in The Addams Family movies (sidenote: I also grew up thinking Gomez and Morticia had the best, … More