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Mon. Sep 28th, 2020

Lucy - the lifestyle columnist

I love experiencing about 11.5 months of hot summer, being a California girl, and wearing flip flops year-round. But every year, right around Halloween, I get to a place when I’m a bit over these 75-degree temperatures and seriously craving fall. And while it certainly doesn’t feel like it here in LA, I’m doing my best to make it feel like fall in my kitchen!... Read More
Rather than flatten your latest shipment and haul it out to the curb, try upcycling the brown boxes into a fantastically festive Halloween costume. Especially in 2020, when no one should hold large Halloween parties but only some quarantine Halloween parties with families, these costumes are affordable and easy for casual parties. Three top DIY bloggers were tapped to help make these costumes—a cake slice, a unicorn, or a car—the best they could possibly be: Crafty Chica created the how-to guide for this cake slice, Tatertots and Jello crafted the unicorn boxtume, and Oh Happy Day made the car boxtume.... Read More
There are 2 types of people: those who spend many months leading up to Halloween bringing up with their unique plus size Halloween costumes and people who don't have any plan wherever to even start choosing the costume that may work best for them. Why go with the latter when you can make your own plus-size Halloween costume with materials you can find at home? Yes, staying quarantine, no need to go to the stationery stores, and still, you are able to create a perfect plus-size Halloween costume! ... Read More
From Busy Philipp’s daughter as her mini-me to Lauren Conrad’s Disney-Villain costume, we want to steal all of these celeb costumes posted on Instagram! This year has been a really tough year, especially when we cannot have Halloween parties with our friends and neighbors. But still, we can have our own stay-at-home Halloween parties where we can go even crazier! Let's pick from one of these iconic celebrities' Halloween costumes and put it on without feeling embarrassed! ... Read More
If you’re still trying to find a dressing up or attempting to chop back on payment this Halloween but do not prefer spending so much time and money since it would be only a stay-at-home Halloween party for this year, scroll all the way down to get impressed by costume ideas that involve simply some Halloween makeup scary and a touch hair zhushing.... Read More
If you’re searching for charming kids’ Halloween costumes for random lockdown Halloween parties at home which you don't want to spend much on, these adorable costumes under $20 will make you believe in magic again. Whether your little ones want Wonder Woman’s super powers or a mermaid’s swimming skills, they’ll be excited to show off these costumes at the Halloween parade—and you’ll be happy not to spend days sewing a homemade costume.... Read More
If you procrastinated on Halloween costumes this year, don't worry and don't ever rush out to the mall in order to get one! Stay at home and simply turn on your laptop, go to Amazon Prime and these gorgeous Halloween costumes are ready for you! You are probably just going to have a small Halloween party with your family, your pet or even yourself at home, and these Halloween costumes can be everyday outfits as well. So you don't really have to get changed before or after the party. Convenient, right? So get these Halloween outfits on Amazon Prime now!... Read More
If beer only conjures up images of frat boys pounding cans of the cheap stuff or doughy sports fans reveling in the alcoholic refreshment before, during, and after a big game, think again. Beer has come a long way, baby, and many of the preconceived notions about the beverage are decidedly unfair, as evidenced by the following 11 fabrications.... Read More
Wearing white is reasonable in the hot summer. Desert herdsmen have this wisdom for thousands of years that white clothing can keep you a little bit cooler than other colors and reflect sunlight. Is wearing white the only case during the summer? When can you wear white? We don't have the exact answer on when or why this fashion rule came into effect, maybe the most appropriate assumption is that snobbish trend in the late 1800s and early 1900s.... Read More