A photo of Lauren Mancke's kids dressed as the Rose family delighted "Schitt's Creek" fans this month. She shared her advice for making DIY costumes with Insider.
We're quickly closing in on Halloween, and if you're still without a costume (or any ideas, for that matter), allow us to suggest dressing as a '70s female fashion icon. Not only were the 1970s a decade packed with groundbreaking style moments — from tie-dye to corduroy — but the beauty looks continue to inspire trends even to this day.Throwing a virtual Studio 54 disco? Channel Diana Ross with extra-long eyelash extensions or full Bianca Jagger brows. Or, if you just got curtain bangs, take a hippie, bohemian approach and dress up as Farrah Fawcett or Stevie Nicks. Either way, scroll through for your easy and style-forward costume guide, ahead. ImanIf your costume party is happening over Zoom, consider a makeup-forward look, like fashion model Iman's iconic amethyst-toned smoky eye and ruby-red lip gloss.Photo: Arthur Elgort/Conde Nast/Getty Images.Stevie NicksIf you recently went blonde and have a '70s-inspired shag haircut, dress as Fleetwood Mac front woman Stevie Nicks. For makeup, you'll need eyeliner and a dusty pastel shadow.Photo: Fin Costello/Redferns/Getty Images.Bianca JaggerYou can be the iconic queen of Studio 54 with the help of brow gel, nude lip liner, and hair accessories — namely a black birdcage veil and feathered cap.Photo: Mike Lawn/Getty Images.Diana RossPull disco inspiration from the Diana Ross and her most classically high-glam beauty look, championed by loads of mascara on her top and bottom lashes.Photo: PL Gould/IMAGES/Getty Images.Farrah FawcettActress and fashion model Farrah Fawcett was most well known for her blonde feathered hair, infused with bangs and lots of layers. For makeup, you'll need lip gloss and pink blush.Photo: Hulton Archive/Getty Images.Beverly JohnsonOf her many Vogue cover appearances, supermodel Beverly Johnson was styled to the nines in '74, with a perfectly-coifed bob, bronzed blush, rosy lipstick, and the chicest autumnal turtleneck.Photo: Francesco Scavullo/Condé Nast/Getty Images.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?We Tried Glow Recipe's New Cleansing Balm FirstThe Best Makeup To Buy On Amazon Prime DayByredo Makeup Is Finally Here — & It Is Stunning
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Halloween is not canceled this year — because while our kids may not be trick or treating as usual, there's still plenty of spooky fun to be had, starting with dressing up in adorable costumes. With less than a week before All Hallows' Eve, we're starting to see social media posts from celebs who are […]
If your family is as crazy about Halloween as mine is, you might still be hoping for some miracle to make all your favorite spooky activities suddenly safe again. But alas, if we're to trust the CDC (please do), it looks like Halloween trick-or-treat cancellations are part of our "new normal." We'll just have to […]
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With Halloween just days away, it’s no wonder that every brand under the sun (or, you know, fog and rain) is releasing its take on spooky, costume-ready collections. Yandy is, unsurprisingly, offering a series of questionable costumes, including “I Voted” pasties and a look inspired by the college admissions scandal, while Dolls Kill released sparkly alternatives perfect for a last-minute Euphoria costume. At Zara, though, the Halloween collection isn’t meant to be packed away on November 1 but, rather, worn all year long. In the new Halloween section of the Spanish brand’s website, you’ll find a selection of velvet mini dresses, metallic pants, and fringe dresses that are more reminiscent of Fashion Month's best runway looks than anything that goes “boo!” in the dark. Even so, with the right styling, each piece in the 30-piece collection can be as much a David Bowie costume as a New Year's Eve ensemble, or, for that matter, a look to wear on Saturday night — that is, a Saturday night not during COVID-19. That’s because, in addition to elbow-length elbow gloves, a chain-link bra top, and a black-and-white collared dress made for Wednesday Addams, the collection also includes some of today’s most sought after trends, from knee-high riding boots to puff-sleeved mini dresses. Ahead, see for yourself how Zara made the most of Halloween this year by clicking through our favorites from the holiday edit. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Zara Velvet Mini Dress, $, available at ZaraZara Limited Edition Jewel Top, $, available at ZaraZara Limited Edition Dress, $, available at ZaraZara Low Heeled Leather Tall Boots, $, available at ZaraZara Fringed Velvet Mini Skirts, $, available at ZaraZara Long Leather Gloves, $, available at ZaraZara Draped Dress With Open Back, $, available at ZaraZara Sequin Pants, $, available at ZaraZara Slouchy Heeled High Shaft Leather Boots, $, available at ZaraZara Combination Dress, $, available at ZaraZara Buckled Cape, $, available at ZaraZara Faux Leather Oversized Blazer, $, available at ZaraZara Printed Mini Dress, $, available at ZaraLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?7 Halloween Costumes Inspired By Euphoria19 Popular Halloween Costumes To Wear In 2020Zara Just Announced Its First-Ever Lingerie Line
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Lauren Mancke has dressed her kids as the Rose family from "Schitt's Creek," among many other characters.
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1) Alien: Isolation is a masterpiece that’s better than most of the movies it’s based on. A single, relentless xenomorph stalks you throughout the whole game and there’s no way to kill it, only ways to distract it. 2) Costume Quest is about monsters, candy and childhood. In this silly and fun game, you embark on a quest to save your sibling after they’ve been kidnapped by evil monsters. 3) Doom Eternal is a game where you play the boogeyman. This ridiculously gory game is about killing thousands upon thousands of demons with lots of different guns and sometimes your bare hands. 4) Grim Fandango is a funny and touching detective noir story rooted in Mexican culture. It’s a hilarious game set in a beautifully realized world, with its design heavily inspired by Aztec mythology and Día de Muertos. 5) Hades is about death as another beginning — and another one, and another one and another one. This game has an addictive combat system, gorgeous art and valuable message: Losing is not the end. It’s just the process of getting strong enough to win
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In honor of Halloween, people will go all out and adorn every square inch of their houses with spooky, seasonal ornamentation. Some people incorporate Halloween into every aspect of their lives — like TikTok user Alondra. Alondra decided to showcase her Halloween spirit by decorating her car to look like it had been involved in a gruesome hit-and-run. On Oct. 22, she took to TikTok to show off her work — and people were as impressed as they were horrified. With some fake blood from Walmart, a fake hand from the 99 Cent Store, some old hair extensions and some press-on nails. she turned her beat-up Volkswagen into a murder weapon on wheels. Alondra did a great job with her decorations — almost too great, as some people pointed out. “This looks a lil TOO realistic,” one person said. “Sis I would literally call 911 if I saw that,” another added