Favorites Lately – Late October

1. Blair / Leighton.
I just love her. And all of her outfits so much.

2. I usually don’t like tattoos, but for some reason I’ve really been liking small ones lately. I think this is a cute idea.

3. I love these two recent purchases I made.
Michael Kors Logo Plaque Ring

Via Spiga Andrea Faux Fur Jacket

4. No, not the dresses…the hair…if I had not been trying to grow mine out for so long I would be totally tempted to cut mine short again because I’ve been seeing so many cute short cuts. I love how hers is styled.

5. I would like to get this little poster for my room.

6. These lights are so cute for decorating an outdoor party.

7. I might just need ALL of these colors from their fall collection.

8. I want this dress so bad.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Dahlia Lace Cutout Dress

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Party Jackets at Piperlime

Piperlime has so many fun “party” outfits. With all of the holidays coming up I might just need one of these fun jackets.
Parker Bugle Bead All Over Jacket

Milly Liza Jacket

BB Dakota Royale Matte Sequin Mesh Jacket

Tinley Road Sequin Cropped Jacket

Tulle Sequin Jacket

Parker Cluster Beading Jacket
(this is my favorite thing right now)

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Potato Skin Ghosts

These Potato Skin Ghosts, served for dinner or as part of a larger Halloween party, are the perfect energy food before an evening of collecting candy.

  • Washed, unpeeled potatoes (depending on the size of your potatoes, expect about 3 ghosts per spud)
  • Olive oil
  • Seasoned salt
  • Onion powder
  • Garlic salt
  • Sour cream
  • Scallions
  1. Cut each potato lengthwise into 1/2-inch slabs. Cut the rounded tip off one end of each slab to create a ghost shape.
  2. Grease a baking sheet and lay the potato slabs on it (pieces with skin go skin-side down). Brush the top of each slab with olive oil and season with seasoned salt, onion powder, and garlic salt. (Suggestion: combine 1 teaspoon of each spice in a bowl, then sprinkle about 1/8 teaspoon of the mixture over each slab.)
  3. Bake at 400º for 30 minutes or until a fork pierces the potatoes easily.
  4. Remove the potatoes from the oven and cool for 10 minutes, then “ice” them with sour cream to create a tasty white ghost. Add slices of scallion for eyes and a mouth.

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Herve Leger

I’ve been seeing these dresses everywhere on tv, magazines, etc. and I love them. I would totally get one for our Christmas work party, if I wanted to pay that much, haha.
I think they’re so fun. Love this editorial.

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