Ghostface needs a wardrobe makeover. He tramps about in a simple one-piece black hooded Halloween costume, how gauche! Someone call the fashion police. Any potential victim could him coming from a mile away. In order for Ghostface to blend in with the general population, he needs to embrace the style of the times.
Doning a hoodie to hide his natural "Scream" face would be a good place to start. Keep the color of the hoodie black and add a simple pair of black sweat bottoms. It could work. What do you think?
This week, a photo of Gemma Ward on the set of the filming for The Great Gatsby was leaked onto a Tumblr blog and now the fashion world is all in a-twitter. The Roaring '20s trend has been hot this year with flapper-inspired frocks that walked down the runways of Ralph Lauren, Alberta Ferretti, Sonia Rykiel and Gucci, and even inspiring Kate Moss' dreamlike wedding. This trend isn't going anywhere any time soon. It's infusing trends in beauty, shoes, hair and apparel for day as well as evening.
No need to wait until the movie's release in December 2012 to hop on this trend, it is an easy one to recreate, and a great way to glam up for the holidays.
Here are some tips on how to get the look of the Jazz Age without having to pay for a runway frock.
I have had many readers contact me asking me how to style outfits with belts. I credit Michelle Obama for really making this trend popular--she has been known for wearing all widths of belts over shift dresses, cardigans, even wool coats. An addition of a belt can transform the look of a wardrobe staple while also transforming the look of your own body shape. Belts can accentuate a waist, or even create the illusion of a waist on a straighter figure.
Now that belts have come back into fashion with such intensity, it is easy to find belts in any shape, size or material.