Monday, October 19, 2009

Spooktacular Inspiration!

If I did not already have an awesome costume ready to go for this halloween, then I would have two great runner up ideas to choose between. Both are inspiring women that have motivated ladies for decades to always push the limits.

Rosie the Riveter
Girl Power written all over this costume! This costume is truly unique and good news is its simple for those of you who don't have time for sewing or intense shopping!
Annie Leibovitz set up this shot with Alexis Bledel. Such a wonderful vintage feel without being frumpy. Alexis is powerful and womanly, nice combo. Combine a high waist, button up, and a bandanna and you get awesomeness.

Amelia Earhart
Marlene Stewart, costume designer for Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, created this exciting modern spin on Amelia Earhart's iconic look. Of course Amy Adams is already adorable, but give her a cute, curly-do mixed with Amelia's spark for life and you have magic!
This costume has the potential to be simple, given you can find the ingredients. Riding pants and boots, Leather aviator jacket with lamb collar, and finish with a light blue scarf. This costume will not only make you adorable but also a Game Changer...watch out!
Halloween's only a couple weeks away, you better decide your costume and do some shopping quickly! What have you decided to be?

3 comments:

Couture Carrie said...

Fab costume ideas, darling!
I haven't decided what to be yet...

xoxox,
CC

Kristin said...

I'm still trying to decide if I'm going to dress up or just leave it to my little dude and the hubs. My bambino is Winnie the Pooh and I'm forcing the hubs to be Christopher Robin. Ah ha

Cafe Fashionista said...

I loved Alexis Bledel as Rosie the Riveter! I'm still on the fence about my costume du jour - part of me wants to rock Mary-Kate Olsen while the other is craving Edie Sedgwick. I suppose only time will tell who I definitely choose! :/

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