Fall Fashion Show, Styles and Beauty Tips
Couture for a Cause
View the latest fashions and raise funds for a local cause at Couture for a Cause Nov. 9, 8-11 p.m., at Marbles Kids Museum. Celebrating its fifth anniversary, this fashion show benefits Activate Good, a nonprofit that connects volunteers with local causes in the Triangle. Enjoy hors d’oeuvre, a silent and live auction, a cash bar, entertainment and a runway show featuring outfits by local designers. Preorder tickets online for $25/person or pay $30 at the door. VIP tickets cost $75/person. activategood.org/coutureforacause.
Wrap It Up
This Oversize Wrap from Chilly Jilly keeps you warm on crisp fall days and can be used as a drape, scarf, nursing cover, impromptu blanket and more. Its soft, cozy fabric is wrinkle-resistant and machine washable, and it folds up small enough to fit in your purse. $39, chillyjilly.com.
All things leopard are back in fashion this fall, although if you ask us, leopard print never went out of style! Try this classic print in an updated application with this season’s popular chunky heel from Merona. $30, target.com.
Classic links gets a shot of sophisticated glam with the addition of glimmering crystals — perfect for the holiday season. Wear Baublebar’s version alone so it stands out, or up the ante and add it to your favorite bracelet stack for a polished look. Wear this chunky link bracelet casually with jeans and a T-shirt, or pair it with a dress or blazer for a professional look. $78, baublebar.com.
If your love of pumpkin stops at the Thanksgiving table, then you may be missing out on some big beauty benefits. This popular gourd is packed with cell-renewing and disease-fighting nutrients. Try FarmHouse Fresh’s 99.6 percent natural Splendid Dirt mud mask, which blends organic, velvety smooth pumpkin puree; yogurt; minerals; and two clays that deep clean and unclog pores. Recommended for all skin types. $20, farmhousefreshgoods.com.