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?
at 8:56AM, 3 years ago |
There's just something about a man in black. I'm not talking about the MiB kind, rather the, "Up front, there ought to be a man in black," kind. The good guys don't always wear white and black shows a mystery and worldliness that women love. Guys, well, they just like black because it's subtle.
You like it. He likes it. Black is just the perfect gift for a guy. Here are some gift ideas for your mysterious mate that won't break the bank:
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at 9:58AM, 3 years ago |
A recent article at Forbes.com exploded the myth of a time-honored advertising tactic: the celebrity endorsement. Specifically, Dorothy Pomerantz's piece cited a study by Ace Metrix which examined 2010 celebrity ads and found that 20% actually had a negative impact on the advertiser. The study findings were published at Advertising Age and show that on average only 12% of ads featuring celebrities were effective.
This news must be especially disturbing to a number of brands who have shelled out millions and millions of dollars to celebs to act as the "face" of their products--especially as it comes on the heels of a spate of celebrity endorsement announcements that have surfaced in the last month or so: