This past weekend when my boyfriend and I were planning our date night, I suggested that we explore a haunted hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Usually when we go out on a Friday night, we meet up with friends for drinks, or we’ll head to a trendy eatery. Being so close to Halloween, I wanted to do something festive but also avoid the typical tourist attractions. We’ve been binge-watching The Haunting of Hill House (a must see), and that definitely inspired my idea. We also stopped by my favorite bookstore located inside an old bank vault. I’m not sure how I feel about “ghosts,” and
Autumn is my favorite season and to celebrate I indulge in everything pumpkin spice. l buy the seasonal fall products I’ve come to love, while trying out some new just released ones. Here are my picks (new and old), varying from food to beauty. Pumpkin Spice Everything! 1. Pumpkin Spice Ground Coffee | Starbucks: Once October rolls around, I refuse to drink coffee that isn’t pumpkin spice. I always brew my own at home with this Starbucks blend. I’m not a fan of PSLs because of the sugar so I stick to this flavored coffee because it has just the right kick of pumpkin spice.
One of the many elements I cherish about the autumn season is creating easy DIY fall decorations. I’ll start by scanning the Internet for inspiration. Then I’ll head to the craft store to pick up supplies and invite my girlfriends over for a “DIY party.” I’ll have potpourri simmering on the stove and serve apple cider and donuts. It’s an entertaining girls night in and allows us a chance to catch up while creating one-of-a-kind fall crafts. This year I’ve come up with a list of 25 projects that have inspired me. Festive Fall Bar Cart A Blissful Nest Confetti Pumpkins Made in a Day
Even though we don’t get real seasons in Los Angeles, this city goes all out when it comes to embracing the fall, and celebrating Halloween. From outdoor concerts, haunted hayrides, to hosting one of the United States biggest Halloween bashes, there are so many things to experience this time of the year. We’ve come up with a list of 20 things to do in LA this fall which will certainly put you into the autumn spirit! Take a Scenic Drive Image via Los Angeles may not be known like other parts of the United States for its fall foliage, but that doesn’t mean it’s not
Our winter 2019 shopping guide is full of our favorites, from returning styles to the newest trends observed on the runway during NYFW. From 80s mania, animal print, flare jeans, western detail, and faux fur everything; to revising our homes and office with our favorite snacks and decor. We’ve also added in two new galleries per request, a street style guide (think vivid colors from labels like Fenty, Marc Jacobs, and Topshop); and a holiday shop so you can plan for all festivities still to come. Whether you’re browsing for yourself or searching for the ideal gift, our guide features thousands of items to choose
Nothing thrills me more than a change in season because it means going shopping for new clothing and accessories and changing up my wardrobe based on the upcoming trends. As we slowly approach our last days of summer, I have begun compiling a list of fashion pieces I must have this season. This year some fall fashion trends I’m looking forward to purchasing are an oversized puffer jacket, a pair of colorful faux fur heels, a square neckline dress, a pair of snakeskin pants, and some trendy metallic over-the-knee boots. I also can’t wait to add more leopard prints, statement pieces in the color mustard,
I was never good at cooking, I would attempt to make a dish from scratch, take one bite and then toss it in the trash. When I first moved to California and I lived alone I became the queen of takeout; after a long day it was much easier to order from one of my favorite restaurants on Postmates or UberEats than to destroy my kitchen cooking something that would end up down the drain. When my boyfriend and I moved in together, I wanted to give cooking another try. I wanted to be able to prepare healthy food options for us to enjoy together.
With every passing year Thanksgiving seems to come quicker and quicker. Before we know it everyone is changing their iced coffee orders to anything pumpkin spice or ordering hot cocoa. It can come upon us so fast that we feel like we blinked and it’s time to start our Thanksgiving planning. With the holiday fast approaching, we wanted to share with our readers some of the delicious recipes on our own Thanksgiving Menus. If you’re hosting turkey day for the first time or you want to bring a dish to Friendsgiving, take a look at our menu and let us turn you into a holiday
Colors come and go. They are in one season and out the next. That’s why we look to The Pantone Color Institute for inspiration. They recently unveiled their #trending colors for this season and we created our own Pantone fall 2017 nail polish color guide to help you choose. The color story for this season was influenced by the top 10 hues most used at New York Fashion Week. The 2017 colors take their inspiration from the overall themes of the fall season; warmth, comfort, and simplicity. Seasonal tones are balanced by bright accent colors to create the perfect fall color scheme. Pantone warm colors
“I hate the beach, but I stand. In California with my toes in the sand. Use the sleeves of my sweater, let’s have an adventure. Head in the clouds, but my gravity’s centered.”–Sweater Weather by The Neighbourhood Our fall/winter sweater weather list has arrived to help you nail this season’s biggest trends. The styles that you’ll see everywhere are heightened by sophistication and detail. Silhouettes will focus on bodycon or being oversized, and categorized by the following themes; contemporary, sporty, and romantic. Contemporary silhouettes will be identified by obscure stitch detail, knit laddering, and irregular stitch patterns. Sporty silhouettes will consist of graphic stripes, checks,