Sunday, October 30, 2011

La di da, La di da


So, to be perfectly honest, I didn't do much this halloween weekend except carve pumpkins and make caramel apples (both good, Halloweeny things, though), and all I'm going to do in the next few days to celebrate is watch Vincent Price movies. But, I had an idea for a costume and figured I'd wear it around for a bit, because, you know, that's cool. So, if you didn't guess, and hopefully you have but if you haven't I understand, I decided to dress up as Annie Hall! I remember when I first saw this movie in my high school film history class, and how funny and wonderful and smart and real I thought (and still think) it was. I also remember loving Annie's outfits, even before I cared much about how I dressed (I was still in my tee shirts and skinnies phase). So, why not dress up as her for Halloween?






Cat pumpkin thats sitting on the table with a candle in it because it's too snowy to put it on the front porch!


Delicious caramel apples that we covered in cut up oreos, sprinkles, and candy bars


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Until tomorrow,


  1. Hoi there! Long time, no comment. :'D I absolutely love your outfit here! Your vest and glasses are simply adorable. Your hair looks very smooth and shiny, too! * 3*

  2. Love the costume you put together. Love that movie!

  3. I knew as soon as I saw the thumbnail in Bloglovin' that you were Annie Hall! I love it. (:

  4. annie hall! i actually just watched this movie for the first time a couple months ago! it was very good...but it made me feel kind of like...nothing...when it was finished. i guess that's called a realistic film, eh?

    alsoo...i want those caramel apples...!!

  5. Waaah, you look too cute! I can't believe this is a costume haha :)
    That cat pumpkin is adorable and oh my don't let me even start on those yummy caramel apples...too bad I'm on diet right now -_-

    Life is a romantic poem

  6. Haha! That's gonna be my costume as well! You look fab!

  7. Way cute, I was thinking 'Hey she looks like Anne Hall'. I think the tie is way cute anyway.

  8. It's becoming increasingly obvious that you are one of the most adorable people I know. I love everything about your costume, but I'm especially digging those glasses! Also, I'd be a poor cat lady indeed if I didn't gush over your pumpkin. I wish I had pumpkin carving skills like yours, but every time I try to get fancy, I end up with a scrape or two and a mangled looking pumpkin. Ah well. We can't all be so talented. ;)

  9. you look soooo cute! and your cat pumpkins looks like a raccoon to me! but a super cute one.

  10. Eeeek! Your costume is the cutest! It must have been fun wearing this around =) Nice cat pumpkin too!

  11. Ah this costume is the greatest! I'm kind of jealous that I didn't think of it! (I didn't do anything festive for halloween- I stayed home and watched doctor who all night!) Also your cat pumpkin is amazing. :D

  12. I was thrown off for a second by all the snow - and then I remembered all the news coverage about the big storm that hit. Duh!

    This costume is not bad at all! I would certainly say it's recognizable, and I haven't even seen the movie! I just know it from it's many references and hypes elsewhere. One day I'll get around to watching it...


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