Friday, October 19, 2012

Halloween Spirit: Appropriate vs. Inappropriate

One time Regina George punched me in the face... it was awesome.

"In girl world, Halloween is the one night a year when a girl can dress up like a total sl*t and no other girls can say anything about it. The hard-core girls just wear lingerie and some form of animal ears."  Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan), Mean Girls.

Warning sign number one that she's probably ex-girlfriend material.

I gotta be honest, you have larger issues. Seek counseling. 

There are only 3 times the above outfits are acceptable to wear:
1. You're in college or in the afterglow of college (2 years post) looking for free drinks (roofie punch, anyone?) at the local frat house or in a meat market bar
2. You're working you're way through college (ha!) by picking up shifts at Daydreams, Delilah's or Club Risque.
3. In the bedroom for your Halloween obsessed significant other.

Many people consider Halloween to be their favorite holiday. It may actually eclipse Christmas for the amount of money and time put it by the most hardcore enthusiasts. But onto the greater point about Halloween costuming and showing your appreciation for the holiday in an age-appropriate and work-friendly way.

Let's play the appropriate vs. inappropriate game with Halloween. I think you will easily see Lisa DeAmicas (Lisa D. to the cool people), one of the stylists at BellaLisa Hair Studio has found the perfect blend of showing your enthusiasm for Halloween at work so you can still have your job and the respect of your co-workers on November 1st.

This is a test. Mentally mark the following pictures as "Appropriate" or "Inappropriate" ways to show your Halloween spirit at work, school, or other public venues. Begin.

So how did you do? Well if you're at all normal you're heading to BellaLisa right now to pick up Lisa D's goodies.  She has fabulous Halloween themed jewelry: hair clips, earrings, pendants, necklaces for boys and girls, and hats just waiting for you to sport at work, home, school, and yes, even the bar. Stop in to see Lisa's spooky treasure trove at BellaLisa Hair Studios at 3530 Cottman Ave. or give them a call at (215) 624-6667. 

Alright, this one is just awesome....

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