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Sure, you’d be hard-pressed today not to come across peeps dressed to the nines in their greatest ghoul-y getups. But, if you’re feeling a bit fatigued by the abundance of wacky Halloween costumes out there, don’t fret — there are still a few chic ways to ring in All Hallows' Eve without being a total party pooper. We’ve got a few sartorial tricks and treats that are anything but bogus, and will help you stand out amid the spooky shenanigans. And they all revolve around one magic material: black lace.
The subtly sexy, slightly spooky, and hardly prissy fabric is hard to beat — plus, it’s a swingin’ option that can carry you through the holiday season and beyond. That’s why we’ve culled lacy onyx finds that have just the right amount of spook and sass. Take your pick, right here!
According to Wikipedia, the world first met the pancake around the time that Aristotle was making a name for himself. Though, in our recollection, pancakes first came to prominence at IHOP. Or, was it during Mickey Mouse's heyday? Look, the point is, regardless of when you were first introduced to pancakes, the read
Yesterday, Kendell Jenner met up with fellow burgeoning model (and lifelong best friend) Hailey Baldwin for ice cream cones at Sprinkles in Los Angeles. The outing was notable for two reasons: First, because Jenner successfully wore white jeans in the middle of winter. Second, and perhaps even more impressive, because she read