Friday Favorites | October

Happy Halloween, everyone! It really is the most wonderful time of the year!

Now that it is inarguably Halloween season (it really has been for months), we can fully delve into the spooky vibes of the last fourth of the year.

  • Halloween 2018

OMG I finally got to experience this movie that I’ve been waiting 10 years for. I feel like this could be a whole post, but even with my criticisms of the movie, I’m thrilled that it was brought into this world.

  • Fallen leaves

The sidewalks along my street, Great Dover Street, are covered in fallen leaves. Even though, I’m not getting those beautiful New England red and yellow maple leaf views, these crunchy leaves are sufficing.

  • Coffee

I don’t like coffee, I’ve never liked coffee, I never will like coffee, but I think I like coffee a little. I have an Italian friend who is a coffee snob, and she’s introduced me to what an actual macchiato is. I high-key hate it and low-key love it. As someone from the US, I prefer having a huge drink that I could sip for hours, but I’m realizing that isn’t what coffee is really about.

  • Jason hockey mask

As everyone in the world knows, I love Halloween and horror movies. I’m very excited for my new, movie-quality Jason mask that I plan to wear all over London. Happy Halloween!

  • My Halloween Playlist

This is my therapy this time of year with bangers like Rockwell’s Somebody’s Watching Me, 30 Rock’s Werewolf Bar Mitzvah, and DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince’s Nightmare on My Street. One of my favorites is the Halloween theme that always makes me look over my shoulder, even when I’m listening at the gym.

  • Vegetables

Vegetables are soooo good! Who knew? Though I’ve been a vegetarian/pescatarian for years, it was not until a few months ago that I finally appreciated vegetables. They’re pretty much all I eat now!

  • Topshop Necklace

It’s called the “Glitter Blood Drip Halloween Choker Necklace,” and it’s my favorite purchase of the last month (actually probably not really, but it’s v seasonal). It is the coolest thing, and I could make it work year round. AND it’s red, perfect for an easy transition into Christmas.

*featured photo is of the Michael Myers house in Pasadena, CA

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