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Fashion might be the furthest thing from your mind as you gear up to head home for the biggest eating day of the year. But you’d do well to think through your “what to pack” list now. The idea of hitting your family get-togethers and Friendsgivings in a form-fitting party dress might seem like a great idea now, but let’s be honest: There is no way we want to wear anything with a waist after we tear up a pecan pie. That’s why soft fabrics and easy silhouettes are your best friend right now.
Popped collars, Von Dutch trucker caps, spray-tanning: There are plenty of early-2000s trends we never, ever want to see return. But there’s one we welcome with open arms: The coatigan is officially back, y’all. The maxi sweater, longline cardigan, or coatigan — whatever you call it, it’s been bubbling up for the last few seasons. We’ve seen oversized cardis on runways from Céline to Saint Laurent.
Metallic eye makeup is a hot trend for fall. Mara Hoffman and Marchesa utilized bronze eyeshadow, Zac Posen showcased cool silver eyeliner, and Tadashi Shoii decorated lids with gold glitter. We enlisted makeup artist Deanna Melluso, who works with celebs like Olivia Wilde and Natasha Lyonne, to create three metallic eye looks from barely there to ultra glam. Proof that metallic makeup can be subtle. (Photo: Zoltan Tombor) Simple gold liner makes a big impression Metallic eyeliner are in abundance, but if wielding a pencil isn’t your thing, Melluso says she actually prefers using a cream metallic shadow.
I wanted to see that Prada look done for everyday — and hairstylist Deycke Heidorn delivered. The key with this look is texture, so start by perfecting your waves. For those with naturally wavy or curly hair, Heidorn says to add a bit of leave in conditioner from the mid-shaft to ends of hair and let it hair dry or dry using a diffuser For the straight haired girls, use a medium sized curling wand to create waves and lock in the texture with a salt spray (she likes John Masters Organics Sea Mist and Redken 07 Fashion Waves) before gently combing out with a wide tooth comb. The final step is all about that last bit of texture — and it’s what makes this style slightly different from the look at Prada.
I am literally buried in beauty products. Rita Hazan Weekly Remedy ($42) So many products claim to revive dry, blah strands, and after a summer of hitting the beach (or faking it with texturizing surf spray) I was in dire need of hair rehab.