Wednesday, October 28, 2015

DIY Girls Halloween Costumes

Hi everyone! Halloween is hands down my favorite holiday. I love decorating, picking pumpkins, dressing up, and going out for candy! It's only a few days away, so if you don't have a costume yet, it's time to get started! I put together some fast Halloween costume ideas that are cheap to put together and comfortable to wear. You can probably adapt most of these costumes to stuff you already have in your closet. 

Take it back to the 90's and dress up as Kim Possible this year. Comment below if you loved this show! 
• 3 Pack Gloves in Black from H&M - $5.95 (you can probably go to Target or Walmart and get one pair for a few bucks) 
• Long Sleeve Crop Top in Black from Wet Seal - $9.90 
• Black Converse from Famous Footwear - $49.99 (if you don't have black sneakers, you could wear a pair of black boots, too.) 

Sugar skulls have been super in this year! This is my costume this Halloween, but instead of the dress, I have a black skirt with red roses. I'm going to add a black faux leather jacket to complete the look.
• Day of the Dead Lace Up Dress from Hot Topic - $39.60 
• Day of the Dead Sugar Skull Face Temporary Tattoo from Hot       Topic - $5
• Skeleton Tights from Hot Topic - $12.50
• Madden Girl Gamer Lace Up Boots from Famous Footwear - $50

Dress up as the savior, Emma Swan, from Once Upon a Time. This is one of my favorite shows. You could wear gray, long sleeves to make it a little warmer. 
• Quilted Faux Leather Jacket in Burgundy from Forever 21 - $24.90
• Jeans 
• Sheriff Badge from Party City - $2.99
• Jersey Top in Gray Melange from H&M - $5.99 
• Rocket Dog Calypso Boots from Famous Footwear - $69.99

If you didn't see my last post you can get free fall and Halloween bucket list printables here

Comment below what you're dressing up as for Halloween! As always, don't forget to follow me on Bloglovin, Pinterest, and Google+. You can sign up for my monthly newsletter here.
- Serena

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Fall Bucket List (Free Printable)

Fall is officially here!...ok, it's been here. To help you enjoy the season, I made a free fall bucket list printable.  This is my first time making printables, so let me know if you want to see more in the future.

How to download: 
1. Right click and save the image
2. Print out and enjoy

Would you like to see winter and Christmas bucket lists? Comment below. Also follow me on Bloglovin, Google+, and Pinterest
- Serena