Quick Tips for Halloween Party Success

 photo pumps2_zps1aac62d7.jpgHello guys & ghouls!
Happy Halloween!!! It's my favorite holiday and I'm so excited for our Halloween party tonight! If you're planning on throwing your own Halloween bash this evening, don't stress out! Here are 5 quick tips that will earn you the title of Hostess with the mostess! photo Photo_zpsccbdc567.jpg
Create a welcoming party entrance!
Display some kind of marker at the entrance of your party that communicates "You're in the right place!" It limits the guesswork for your party guests and welcomes them to your home while you're busy refreshing the chips! Keep in mind, it doesn't have to be fancy! Even a handwritten "Come on in!" sign will do the trick! photo Photo-1_zps7d88f1ee.jpg
Give your Halloween decor a little kick in the pants with some extra lighting! A strand of orange or purple twinkle lights can really breath new life into a plain old snack table. Also, don't forget it's Halloween, so it's ok if the room is darker and the focus is on some erie twinkle lights. It makes it more fun. :) photo Photo-2_zps418e770a.jpg
The Food
Food is always my least favorite part...I never know what to make so I just keep is simple. Finger foods, & desserts! Don't overthink it! Veggie tray, relish tray, chips, dip, cookies, cupcakes...all of these things are great simple party food options. The best part is, you can purchase them all pre-made at the grocery. However, don't be afraid to be creative with your food! I made deviled eggs & decided to use my left over olives to make them into eyeballs. Don't get overwhelmed...If all else fails...order a pizza & wings. Oh! Just a quick reminder...Make sure to account for any dietary specialties (don't forget about the vegetarians & the designated drivers)! photo playlist_zpsd074e097.png
No party is complete without background music to set the mood! If you're stressing about Halloween-esque music, have no fear! I've included a playlist of some of my favorite "Halloween songs" to get you started! You can find all of these songs and more on Spotify. Just create a playlist and hit play! photo Bathroommassacre_zps1b2b2c60.jpg
Creep Factor
Ok, Halloween is not complete without a little creep factor. You can do this in many ways, but the important thing is to keep it a secret so your guests will be surprised. (I'm kind of going against my own rule here by showing you the photo, but...it's for education!!!) ;) This year, I turned my bathroom into a murder scene and it was cheap and easy. I used a $3.00 vile of fake blood and bought a cheap hand towel & floor mat for a total of $6 from KMart. The caution tape came from the fence guys who left it it our backyard, but I'm pretty sure you can get caution tape at any Halloween store. Just think outside the box a little!

Happy Halloween & good luck!!!

Until next time!
~Steph @ Calamity Layne

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Maleficent cape - Hot Topic / leggings - Target / shoes - DSWarehouse / skirt - Target / striped shirt - Target / earrings - Etsy

A bonus of Halloween-time is that people just accept my fashion as-is, assuming it has a festive, Halloween intent (which I guess it does, really). After Halloween the all-black look doesn't fly as easily under the radar. Ah, whatever.

This is my Maleficent cape (or, I should say, OUR Maleficent cape, as Lisa owned hers first), and it's kind of my favorite thing to wear right now. I want to live in it.


It's big in all the right places, and I can wear leggings and a skirt under it, with whatever long-sleeve shirt I have available. And should I need to cloak myself in a hood, I can!

This cape has pockets, which is bonus amazing. Anything with pockets is good.


But, Jen! Don't you hate Disney? How do you justify this purchase? 

Well, inside voice, thanks for asking. I'm an anomaly, what can I say? Really, Lisa had me try hers on, and it was so comfy and perfectly goth that I didn't care. It doesn't look like Disney. But I'm coming clean here to you. Also, not only do I have to fess up to people who compliment me on my cape that it's Disney, but I also have to admit to shopping at Hot Topic. LOL.

Why does that (Hot Topic) feel shameful? Well, I'm 35 years old... I should stop feeling shameful regardless. I do what I want!


This bird skull zipper (sorry for the bad photo skillz here) is a pretty amazing detail.


Oh - shoes! Check this out guys, I'm wearing HIGH SHOES! Since I'm down about 50 pounds right now (I know, woo hoo!) my foot and ankle issues have really lessened up! Enough to make me try wearing "cute" shoes, like these wedge sneakers. I saw Alicia wearing them on the Sea of Ghosts blog, and although hers are $$$, I became fixated on the wedge sneaker style in black. This is a version from Aldo.

Because they're sneakers, they're more comfortable than a traditional hard-sole high heel. I can actually last all day in them!


I'm not sure if I've featured these earrings from Etsy that I bought, but I've had them for a while. I'd like to find something similar in a silver finish. I bought them because I really wanted these "Two of Swords Tarot" earrings from Blood Milk Jewels, but I don't have an extra $200 laying around to buy them :( - therefore something similar, and only $16.

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor
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Winter Accessory Wishlist 2014

Winter Accessory Wishlist 2014

In my last outfit post, I proclaimed my love for all things black right now... I've been particularly dreaming about a few items in particular:
  • a pair of wedge ankle boots
  • a pair of wedge sneakers 
  • a super chunky black infinity scarf
  • long fingerless arm-warmer gloves 
(I particularly love those Dolce & Gabbana black opera gloves!) I feel like I could pair these items with any of my outfits and instantly feel good and comfy and safe and warm.

I made this collage using Polyvore. Are you on it? Find me here.

What winter/fall accessories are inspiring you this season?

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor


Mrs. G to be............

Jack and Sally

So, the time is here! When this posts it will be my BIG DAY! Shane and I are finally tying the knot. I am so excited (STRESSED!) that this day is finally here. It is amazing the amount of work and prep that goes into a wedding! Let alone one with a theme AND not in the state that you live in. But I know it will all be worth it as I have been waiting for this day for a long time....please excuse my absence for a couple of weeks but know I will have a ton to share when I get back (a fancy pastry dinner in NYC, the Wedding! and Honeymoon at Universal!)

Stay Sweet,
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TGIF DIY Detox Bath

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I haven't been THIS happy that it's Friday in a LONG time. To celebrate, I'm going to jump in a hot bath with my favorite homemade, natural, and CHEAP bath time treat! 

Ridiculously Easy, Detoxifying, & Natural Essential Oil Bath Salts Recipe

You will need:
  • Epsom Salt ($4 - $6 depending on where you shop) 
  • Baking Soda (dollar store…$1) 
  • Essential oil scent of your choice (prices range by scent, but you can get lavender anywhere from $4 – $10 or more if you're getting fancy...I just want something soothing to ensure I don't punch someone) 
  • Container (anything laying around the house) 
NOTE - If there is a Trader Joe’s near you, you can buy all of this stuff there at the best prices. 

1) Mix 1 cup of Epsom salt with a tablespoon of baking soda and 6 to 8 drops of essential oil.
2) Throw a few scoops in your bath water and enjoy. 

Ingredient Facts
Epsom Salt - a natural exfoliant and anti-inflammation remedy that can be used to treat dry skin, sore muscles, small wounds and even to fight illness.

Baking Soda - known for its cleansing ability and leaves skin soft 

Lavender Essential Oil - Lavender is an adaptogen, and therefore can assist the body when adapting to stress or imbalances. It is a great aid for relaxing and winding down before bedtime, yet has balancing properties that can also boost stamina and energy.

Time to relax!!!!!

Until next time,
~Steph @ Calamity Layne

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Bento Report, V.3

It's that time again! What's for lunch, Jen?

Bento Report, V.3

  1. Edamame on a stick, because cute
  2. Mini Tupperware o'vitamins
  3. Hard-boiled egg (in a sweet holder) from Kawaii Japanese Outlet (now closed, boo)
  4. Leftovers: Quinoa cooked in miso broth with broccoli
  5. Tiny Greek salad skewers: kalamata olives, cucumber, and feta

Bento Report, V.3

  1. Edamame nuggets from Trader Joe's
  2. Babybel white cheddar cheese
  3. Clementine orange
  4. Kiwi fruit
  5. String cheese chunks and grapes on skewers
  6. Mini Tupperware o'vitamins

Bento Report, V.3

  1. Grape tomatoes and kalamata olives
  2. Gardein fishless filets
  3. Kiwi fruit
  4. Mini Tupperware o'vitamins
  5. Babybel with star cutout
  6. Home-made tartar sauce (w/Veganaise)
  7. Edamame on skewers

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor
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Season of the Witch

Season of the Witch
boots - MooShoes / leggings - Target / dress - target / glasses - ASOS / necklace - etsy
I don't actually like taking outfit photos at work. Mostly because I don't like work, and I don't identify myself in that job/role anymore, yet I'm forced to perform the song-and-dance every day. It's depressing to see myself in that setting. Maybe that's why I'm so drawn to all-black all the time, more so than ever before in my life. My outer can match my inner.

I'm pretty excited about some new items and accessories I've acquired lately in this whole aesthetic. (Sidenote: I'm also excited to now be able to wear my wedding rings again!)

Season of the Witch

My simple black t-shirt dress from Target was first featured on this post, where it looks slightly more cheerful with a colored scarf and some tights. Today though is leggings and combat boots, and my new necklace, which I purchased almost immediately after seeing it on Suski at Desperate Hell. I found mine on Etsy from a shop called Boholysm.

I'd been searching for the perfect round sunglasses for a while now, and was excited to find them for only $10 on ASOS.com! If you're looking for sunglasses, this is a great place to shop, as the price range and style range is HUGE. Great selection!

Season of the Witch

The only downside to a crescent moon necklace is that it's basically a giant hook that gets stuck on everything. I've pulled the jump ring twice already and replaced it with a new (hopefully stronger) one. Whoops.

Season of the Witch

My trusty old well-worn combat boots. I'm always searching for new shoes, but these never let me down.

Season of the Witch

Glasses selfie detail. Somebody tell this gurl to put on some lipstick, dang!

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor
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Five Natural Makeup Halloween Looks !

(This article was written by Natalie Slater on behalf of Abe's Market)

Eye of newt, and toe of frog. Wool of bat, and tongue of dog. Does that sound like the ingredients list on your Halloween makeup? Ditch the scary chemicals and try these easy fright night looks created with natural cosmetics! Use code COSTUME to save 25% on natural makeup through TODAY - 10/19! Want to create your own creepy Halloween look? Try Abe's Market's natural face and body paint set!

Hipster Kitty Makeup: Just a dab of pink lip gloss on the nose, black whiskers drawn with black waterproof eye pencil, your favorite lipstick, a pair of cat-eye glasses and some pointy ears and you've got yourself a cute kitty look that won't scare your skin!

Vegan Zombies Eat Graaaaaiins: Use a kabuki brush to apply a matte brown beige eye shadow all over the face and neck to give the skin a sallow look. Brush a matte green shadow onto the highest points of the face - brow bones, cheekbones and chin, and use matte black shadow in the hollows of the cheeks. Blend matte black and eggplant eye shadow around the eyes for a haunted, undead look! 

Easy Day of the Dead Makeup: Using a foundation brush, apply a very light shade of foundation to the whole face and neck. Use a long wear black eyeliner to draw symmetrical patterns on the forehead, cheeks and chin, and to create a skeletal grin across the mouth. Use that same black eye liner to black out the nose, and to draw ornate circles around the eyes. Use black creme eye shadow to fill in the circles, creating the look of empty sockets. Use a waterproof gel lip liner in a bright shade such as red or purple to accent the black patterns.

Simple Pin-Up Makeup: Curl your lashes, then use black gel eyeliner along your upper lashes. To create a cat eye, close your eye and trace a finger along your upper lid's crease. When you feel the bone of your socket, mark that spot with a dot of liner. Placing the tip of the pencil on the dot, draw a line to the outer corner of your eye, thickening as you go. A coat of black mascara, pink cheeks and red lips complete the look.

"Pretty" Scary Vampire: 
Using your foundation brush, create a deathly pale, monochromatic skin tone by heavily applying a light powder foundation all over the face. Create dramatic cheek bones by applying deep brown bronzer or grey shadow with a contour brush on a diagonal starting from your ears along the underside of your cheekbones almost to the corners of your mouth. For the perfect cryptic-looking lip, apply a deep purple lip tint and use a dark purple or black eyeshadow at the corners of the mouth to create an ombre effect. Vamp up your brows by accentuating the highest point of your arch with a dark brown eyeliner pencil and fill in with dark brown shadow using an angled brush.

...but wait, there's more! Abe's is offering a FREE Vegan Halloween Recipe e-book download! Click on the banner above to get yours! Woo hoo!

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor
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The Amazing Betty Turbo!


I have been a huge fan of "Betty Turbo" aka Agnes Barton-Sabo for a long time. Her whimsical pictures show her quirk, wit and talent on the pages of the books she has illustrated, the fabric she has created and though her fun plush items!. Thank goodness for social media and my being a pain in the butt that I feel like I have sorta gotten to know her....know her enough to hound her for an interview...AND after she drew this glorious picture of me scarfing down a huge piece of NY pizza (you can get yours here...she is still doing her $10 one minute portraits!)


Why the name "Betty Turbo"? I mean, I like the name Agnes...but in my mind I think of you as "Lady Turbo" Betty Turbo was a character I created in college when I started making illustrations directly derived from photos. It was "me" but "not me" because I used realistic inspiration but allowed the magic of illustration to enhance things to my benefit. As this idea evolved, Betty Turbo became kind of my super hero alter ego, so she was distilled down to only the awesomest and most badass parts of myself. My middle name is Elizabeth after one of my grandmothers, who was known as Betty, and the Turbo part was added on just to make it sound dramatic and triumphant! I needed that push to take it to a supernatural level of radness. Also five letters (Betty) and five letters (Turbo) is fun to work with, design-wise.

Describe a typical day in your studio? What inspiration do you have surrounding you? And what snacks? I know you are a snacker...

 My studio is at home, which makes it harder to draw the line between "work time" and "home time" for sure, but I am still navigating that and experimenting with ways to make it work. Whatever the plan is, I need COFFEE first thing. (Mmmm, I'm drinking some RIGHT NOW.) I try to ceremonially "start" the day not being obsessed with the computer, so I take my coffee to the porch and spend a little time reading for pleasure, or just breathing in the fresh air. When it's Business Time I go into listmaking mode to keep myself organized. Only actual handwritten lists on pieces of paper will do. I usually have myself wrapped up in several projects simultaneously, it keeps me from getting too frustrated or burnt out when I am able to switch between different kinds of tasks. On today's menu, I'm just finishing up a pile of retail and wholesale orders, sewing a new batch of S'Morrissey pillows, completing some custom wedding invitations, and starting brainstorming on new holiday cards and products. The inspiration surrounding me is... a lot of art, most of which features ice cream. Broken coffee mugs that I refused to ditch because my dad made them, so they now hold pens and brushes on my desk. One million delicious colored markers. Vintage cookbooks and magazines. Tiny cute things that mostly came from Pygmy Hippo Shoppe. And all my lists, lists, lists! My snack habits are usually influenced by shopping at Trader Joe's while hungry, or specials from Abe's Market! I'm pretty stoked on Go Raw Super Chips/Cookies, dark chocolate covered almonds, oh hell, dark chocolate covered anything.

I love all of the pop culture references you have in your work. I'm a huge Star Trek fan and love your pieces that have Kirk and Picard... who's your favorite Captain.

I bet you mean my favorite Star Trek captain, which I don't think I can answer convincingly. I confess to only being a casual Star Trek fan. The only captain for me is Malcolm Reynolds!

(GOOD! Piccard is all mine then! Keep your Firefly!)

How does it feel having your art as being wearable..headbands, bows and your amazing chocolate scarf (which I own). Will you be making more? As I'll be first in line for a Turbo Tee. 

I love making wearable items and collaborating with other designers to get my illustrations on their garments. I have never been inclined to restrict my work to one kind of venue or audience only, I want to spread these goodies far and wide! Even if someone is just sporting a goofy t-shirt with my design, I always think it's a possible access point to deeper conversations, or sharing other work. Let's all be friends! Art on everything! And yes, there are absolutely more wearable creations in my future. A screenprinting shop is literally appearing in my back yard as we speak. Stay tuned!

Recently you featured your "one minute portrait" contest on IG. I participated and it was lots of fun. You had crazy themes like "selfies with a pet," "stick out your tongue" and more. Which day was your favorite? And what was your favorite entry?

I gotta say the Selfies with Pets day was my favorite, just because I got SO many entries! Doggie and kitty people, they really, really like their doggies and kitties. I kept trying to pick a favorite, but there are just too many that were tremendously entertaining! My favorite was seeing them all in a big collection, or looking at the mini-collections of each person who participated the whole week.

Will you do it again?

 I totally want to do it again! It was super fun and I love to do things that are interactive like that and get people playing along with me.

Your man has a cute little stinker that you like to hang around with. How did it feel when he wanted to open his Etsy shop "Taco Tornado"?

 Hilarious and awesome! My dude and I actually met because of Etsy, and later realized I purchased something from his Etsy shop  years before we ever met. (Yes, that fuzzy man-peach skateboarding in a dress is mine, all mine!) When little Taco Tornado wanted to get on board, it was a great chance for him to learn how it all works, to see what goes into writing listings and shipping orders, and experience the fun of sharing his work with other people. I'm already thrilled that the kiddo is so into spending time on art, I think it's outstanding that he has the discipline to work on the different aspects of how it can be a business. He loves to pass out his business cards and tell people about his shop, and he wants me to be sure to let you know he'll be opening it back up for the holiday season with new art!

One of my favorite prints of yours is the zombie eclair print. Mine is hanging right by our front door for all to see but I do think my favorite illustrations of yours can be found in Natalie Slater's book. How did it feel to do the illustrations for her vegan cookbook and branch your art out to people that may not normally experience your awesomeness?

 Wow, zombie eclairs, that's an old one! The Bake and Destroy cookbook was a super fun project, because Natalie and I already had such a sense (and affinity) for each other's styles, so I think the collaborative environment was ideal! I have such a strong food influence in my work, it made perfect sense for cookbook illustration to fit nicely into my bag of tricks. I was thrilled for the chance to reach new viewers in this way, and Natalie is a champion of self-promotion and marketing, so I've learned a lot directly from her as well. More cookbooks, please!! Eclair

Last question? When are you coming to Chicago already?

Ha ha, soon, I hope? Plenty of rad folks to visit and art to be seen there, I just gotta make some plans! I'll set up some workshops or get a convention on my calendar to make that happen before too long! If anybody out there in the internetz wants to help make this happen, get in touch! Let me come paint a delicious mural for you or lead a day of food-inspired crafty nonsense!

Stay Sweet,
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5 Flea Market Shopping Tips for Newbies

I have spent the last few weekends vending at flea markets and it has been an eye opening experience…In a good way! ;) Even after a hurt shoulder, sleep deprivation, and some pretty sad sales I had a pretty good time. I made some great new friends and learned a LOT about being a dealer. I am, however, REALLY excited to sleep in this weekend. So, I’ve decided to share some of my newfound knowledge through 5 tips for shopping a flea market.
 photo clothes_zps1c42501f.jpg 1) Don’t be afraid to dig!
You can find some great pieces in a pile of junk. Don’t be turned off by a display (or lack there off). You never know where you might find a treasure! After all, you’re at a flea market…there are tons of diamonds in the rough just waiting to be found.
 photo MeErin_zpsd9abb698.jpg 2) Ask dealers questions. Don’t be afraid, most of us are friendly!
We’re probably look tired and we’ve probably been running on coffee and a donut for most of the day, but we will be happy to answer any questions you may have about our merchandise.
 photo tieskirt_zps76516c03.jpg 3) Dress for the weather!
Flea markets are NO FUN if you are uncomfortable. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes, bring a shopping bag, and dress for the weather. Most flea markets are held at the county fair grounds and the barns are literally barns...Dress in layers and bring an umbrella!
 photo cats_zpsbb53acf9.jpg 4) Pricing
Always a fun subject. From the point of view of a dealer: There are all kinds of things we dealers have picked up along the way and there’s usually a reason why something is priced the way it is. We sniff out “the good stuff,” clean it and get it ready for sale, and do all kinds of research on our items. There are also all kinds of other expenses involved in vending at a show that the average shopper doesn’t think about. We have to cover booth fees, travel expenses, and the cost of obtaining merchandise before we’re actually MAKING any money. From the point of view of a shopper: If you’re really interested in an item, but want it at a better price, don’t be afraid to ask if we’ll take less. MOST of the time, we’d rather sell it than haul it back…Especially if we’ve had it for a while…However, don’t expect a huge discount from what we have it marked.
 photo display_zpsf887d32c.jpg  5) Use your imagination!
Just because something is displayed for one purpose, doesn’t mean you can’t use it for something else. On the other hand, just because something isn’t displayed for a specific use and is just laying on a table amongst other stuff, doesn’t mean it’s junk. When you’re taking in all of the random stuff up for sale, stand back and think about what you’re looking for and what items you really want/ need to accomplish your goal. If you’re looking for a business card holder, maybe look into a vintage ashtray, a pretty teacup saucer or even a small Pyrex refrigerator box. Instead of looking for “a business card holder.”

Until next time!

~Steph @ Calamity Layne

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D.I.Y. Halloween Wreath!

DIY Halloween Wreath

I've been window shopping for the perfect Halloween wreath for a few years now, and I had yet to find one that I really loved.  My front door has a pretty sweet deep purple feather wreath, similar to this one, from Target many years back. But our back entrance needed a little something, and I've always had my eye out for just the right thing.

Then it hit me - I'll just make it myself!

I was inspired by a few other wreaths I'd seen (these are both from this year's Target Halloween line):

Halloween Wreaths

The stripey wreath is $20, and when I saw it in store, I was disappointed by the quality. It was made of what seemed to be burlap over styrofoam, with one lightweight burlap-y bow. Might blow away in a slight breeze!

I loved the sugar skull wreath, and kept looking for it in-store, thinking that I might just buy that one. But it never made it into the stores by me, and now it's already sold out online. WTF?

So, I hauled my butt to Michael's and picked up a styrofoam wreath ring for about five bucks, and had at it:

DIY Halloween Wreath

The stripey ribbon is from Michael's, and I used about four rolls, which was more than I thought I'd need, but it was mostly leftover from Lisa's upcoming wedding flowers (details to come in a future post!), so the price was right.

I then made three Hell Razor sugar skull flowers with flat backs of felt and attached them to the wreath with hot glue... although I suppose I could have made pin-backs and made the flowers removable for wear! :)

DIY Halloween Wreath

I stuck to a color scheme of black, white, orange, green, and purple. Very traditional Halloween!

DIY Halloween Wreath

Oh yeah, before I wrapped the wreath in ribbon, I did add a loop of wire around the top for easy hanging. Don't forget that part!

DIY Halloween Wreath

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor
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The Halloween Spirit!

The Halloween Spirit!
tights - We Love Colors / skirt - eShakti / t-shirt - ebay / sweater - Target / shoes - ? / earrings - Nordstrom / brooch - Luxulite
A few weeks back you would have read reviews about Lisa and Steph's experience with eShakti... unfortunately, my eShakti dress is too small and STILL does not zip up completely, despite it being a size 16! Sheesh. The things those numbers do to your mental state!

My point is that I still can't show you the dress that I was given c/o eShakti, but I can show you this skirt that I purchased from them! This is also a size 16, and seems to fit just fine because it's just a skirt. So, busty girls beware - the tops are a little, um, tight...

The Halloween Spirit!

I fell in love with this skirt (the Dahlia Crinoline) design because of it's goth-ness and resemblance to a tutu. Also, I was given an awesome discount via the Junebugs and Georgia Peaches blog, which made the purchase financially viable.

Rather than dressing up the skirt with a fancy blouse and sparkly cardigan (which you could totally do for a holiday party or something along those lines...), I decided to go in a completely different direction and pair my skirt with a regular t-shirt - my favorite fashion look I gleaned off of Erin at Zero Style blog (where have you been Erin? I love your blog!).

Eddie on my Iron Maiden shirt is a skeleton, which I decided to turn into a Halloween-themed ensemble by adding my favorite striped Target cardigan and my NEW LUXULITE HALLOWEEN BROOCH FROM LISA!

The Halloween Spirit!

I know I've mentioned my desire for a Luxulite Halloween brooch a few times now, so how awesome was it to find out that Lisa snagged me one?! At the time of this writing, there are actually a few brooches in the shop available to buy (!!!), so go go go if you're interested!

The Halloween Spirit!

Details: wedge mary janes (now that the weather is cooler, I've been able to switch up my shoes more...) and Iron Maiden - I love the pink and purples in this women's cut XXL shirt! I found it on eBay a few summers ago, after I decided that an Iron Maiden shirt was a wardrobe staple in this post.

The Halloween Spirit!

More details: pink eyeshadow, cat eye, and dangle skull earrings that Lisa and I both own.

Side note: I'm pretty sure I was on day three or four of no hair washing, hence the Princess Leia buns in the hair...!!!

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor
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