Happy Halloween my friends (or family if you are reading)! What are your plans tonight? We are taking our kids around the neighborhood for Trick-or-Treat. We have had our fill of fall festivals and Halloween celebrations over the weekend and it feels like we will never recover but it’s fun nonetheless. For today’s outfit I am bringing you another skull scarf as my last post “2 Ways to Style a Skull Scarf” was such a fun inspiration for many that read it.
Halloween and all things fall are in the air. This past weekend we took the little ones to Layman’s Farm where they had fun with the corn mazes, jumping pillows, cow car rides, petting zoo and more. We didn’t pick a pumpkin at this particular farm, but the kids had fun none-the-less. By the time the farm closed for the evening we were wiped out, as you can imagine.
Speaking of fall and Halloween I wanted to share with you one of my skull scarves that was gifted to me last year from a good blogging friend named Whitney. Now I mentioned it was given to me last year, but up until now I have not known how to style it. Alexander McQueen is famous for putting out fabulous skull scarves, see here and here but you don’t need to go expensive to get your own. Below are affordable priced ones. With Halloween being Monday I thought I would pull it out and give mine a wear and today I am sharing with you two ways to style it. It’s actually as easy as 1..2..3.