Starting in late September and into the early parts of October the mass majority of people start the hunt for the PURR-FECT and trendiest Halloween costumes - many of which can cost a pretty penny. Even if you love Halloween as much as the next gal, do you really want to keep dishing out 50, 60 and sometimes even hundreds of dollars each year for a store bought costume you'll never wear again? Heck to the no! Believe it or not, you can use items you already own to create this years Halloween costume that will definitely leave a lasting impression!
Happy Monday!! I've got such a busy week + weekend ahead of me. If you guys don't already know I work full time at a local spa and this coming week we are a tad under staffed so I'll be working quiet a bit of overtime. Which I am thankful for as the extra money is great.
On top of working almost double my normal hours this week/ weekend Chris's close friend is getting married on Saturday and I just found out that I am now a bridesmaid for this wedding that is less than a week away! I am super excited but the hunt is on to find a dress (totally stressing me out) in time.
This week is just CRAY.
You can always expect to know what colors everyone will be wearing come fall when Pantone Color Institute releases the fashion color report. They choose the top trending colors in correspondence with the top hues seen across New York Fashion week runways. This year they also included Londons Fashion week and created a separate top 10 color report for London as well. Shaded Spruce is on the list and it is my favorite of the 10! It was a close call between it and Butterum. But, this green shade stole the show for me.
Have you seen the color palette for this fall yet? If so what is your favorite trending color for 2017?