Jamie Lee Curtis and John Carpenter on the set of Halloween.
A wonderfully thorough review comparing Grana, Everlane, and Uniqlo cashmere.
Really digging this look.
On navigating trends. (Something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately, given all my feelings about having too much stuff).
This is one of my favorite outfit sets from Live Love Sara I’ve ever seen. I love how she puts together travel capsules full of color and print.
I love Vetta’s real women shoot with their Minimal Capsule.
Last-minute Halloween costumes.
And because we’re getting close to Halloween, here’s a little round-up of my favorite streaming horror movies:
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil – A surprising solid slasher comedy.
Housebound – Also a comedy, playing on horror tropes.
The Invitation – A moody, creepy thriller about a dinner party.
Practical Magic – More rom-com than horror, but this cast is too good, and it’s got major nostalgia value.
Let the Right One In – I recommend reading the book first, but this Swedish version is pretty well done.
Pan’s Labyrinth – Such a fantastical spectacle.
The Witch – A visually stunning, unnerving story of religious oppression.
Green Room – I used to think the white supremacists in this movie were a bit far fetched…
Rentable on Amazon:
A Nightmare on Elm Street – If you like Stranger Things, go to the inspo source. And watch for Johnny Depp’s hilarious crop top.
Halloween – So simple, so classic, so influential. Watch this as a double feature with “Scream.”
Rosemary’s Baby – Mia Farrow is so, so good.
Alien – If you’re in a sci-fi mood. (Need not watch any sequels.)
The Exorcist – Pretty much the scariest.
Scream – For silly teen thrills.
Cabin in the Woods – Clever subversions on the genre.
Get Out – Not the scariest flick, but horrifying on a social level.
The Blair Witch Project – I love this one because it works even if you don’t believe in any of the paranormal elements. Getting lost in the woods is in itself high stakes.
The Ring – This one holds up as super scary for me.