Hmm stripes ?

Stripes are one of the must have fashion item. why, stripes? Because this one item that can be combine with a matching item many others. To be sure if strippes already in the mix and match, it looks will not be boring. Stripes also featured a bit dark and rocker chic.Hmm, if you also like stripes item, Let's try mix your stripes with some items that already exist in our closet.

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Two by two, every Friday, the season's trends that Vogue has selected for you. A parade of products to purchase with a click on the red, divided by themes, with the best of the brands: online shopping to fill your wardrobe and your weekend with taste.

The nonchalant chic of the most classic of colors, interpreted with the audacity of monochrome, a single color and many materials: ultra bourgeois worn with aristocratic colonial languor.

Shorts instead of a mini, a cardigan that becomes a cape, a man's shirt that becomes more relaxed and appears in crêpe, the bow of the blouse that challenges men's pants.

The coat, pleated skirt, the suede of the shoes, so soft, recall the hedonism of the Seventies: for a cultured traveler, and very jet set. Wide and rolled sleeves, high waist and contrasts: the coat's collar can become a scarf, the men's blazer, it too slightly oversize, is placed upon layers of camel shades, the mystique of desert sands.

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Celebrate Halloween in Style

In the darkest weekend of the year some suggestions to keep to the subject with style.The Halloween weekend is knocking at the door: "trick or treat"? If you have already made the mummy candies to give to the children of your neighbourhood, you can start to prepare your own thrilling weekend. Costume parties, ghosts hunting, frightening places, and a look all to be created.

To experience a scary immobility you just have to loose yourselves among the semi-opened graves in the cemetery of Père Lachaise of Paris, of Highgate of London or in the small and magical one of the St. John Church in Edinburgh; or you can drop the anchor in Torno, on the Como Lake, just in front of Villa Plianiana: built in a cold gorge where the sun never arrives, the Villa shaped as a transatlantic comes with the horrific legend of its owner dead following a ghost into the turbid waters of the lake.

Histories of presences from the afterlife even at the Bardi Castle: the visitors may here experience a real ghosts hunt. In the rooms thought to be haunted, will be allowed to take photos, with the hope (and the terror…) of catching one of the spirits that live there. Even the sunny Naples during the night will become a mystery place: a guide will lead you in the dark streets to discover antique legends and characters tragic fates.

A brutal murder will be committed in front of the tables of the whom that opt for the formula "Dinner with Murder", while the ones that choose the Trattoria Da Oreste in Modena will be suddenly transported in an authentic atmosphere dated 1950: you are going to be sure that furniture, recipes and people in there have never seen the moon landing. For the delicate paltes we suggest near Mantova the Restaurant Ambasciata: to be chosen in the menu the pumpkin ravioli, as the orange vegetable will be the next weekend the real trait d'union between our tradition and the American one.

Stay in Mantova for the Lumere Event: the streets will be lighted by the candles inside the carved pumpkins disposed along the way and at the windows. Feeble light also in the LiverpoolNew York, headquarter of the Halloween tradition, is scheduled the traditional parade to scary adults and children. streets illuminated by thousand of lanterns in order to create a magical effect. In

Less mysterious atmospheres but many parties listed in the US: in New York is planned a big gig with 150 artists that will play in the meantime in four different warehouses, while the PlayBoy Mansion is organizing a big and luxury party with more than 600 people. And also the Celebs want to celebrate: Marilyn Manson, always ready for the witches night, will party at the Haze in the Aria Resot in Last Vegas, while Heidi Klum, whose outfit we wait to know, will be at LAVO in NYC.

Music and masquerade also in Milan: at the Magazzini Generali the required look is an original one: a formal smoking but with a masque to hide the face. Research of the own alter ego and need of freedom is the theme at the Hangar Bicocca where the show Vagabundos promises physic and mental camouflage. For the ones in London we suggest to start the evening at the London Acquarium: at the Lost Souls Event you will dance and have a drink between the most infernal creatures of the deeper seas.

If you have diced to stay with your family, you can try a night tour of the Egyptian Museum of Turin between sphinxes and mummies just with the light of a torch: believe me, you might find out to be scarier than your children will be.

Finally if you really cannot accept to be transformed in a witch or in a vampire but you don't want to feel like a fish out of water for all the night long, you need some focused shopping: Cop-Copine and Antonioli propose dark coloured clothes with sharp cuts (then you can wear them at the office if you desire), while for men the must (but just for one night) are the ties with small skulls, pumpkins and ghosts on a black background. Absolutely skulls-must-have also for her: the rings and the pendants with fired eyes from the Ugo Cacciaori collection are perfect. Total gothic also the Bijulesnyc proposal, while baroque is the collection by LuisaViaRoma.

If you are thinking at a night in near the fire, thus you cannot do nothing else but create the right atmosphere: nothing better that a class touch for the house with the lampshades by the duo Servomuto, while for yourselves you cannot renounce at the sexy elegance of the Halloween line byVictoria Secret.

In any way you will party, all of you just have some fun.

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Hallowen Day

   History of Halloween, like any other festival's history is inspired through traditions that have transpired through ages from one generation to another. We follow them mostly as did our dads and grandpas. And as this process goes on, much of their originality get distorted with newer additions and alterations. It happens so gradually, spanning over so many ages, that we hardly come to know about these distortions. At one point of time it leaves us puzzled, with its multicolored faces. Digging into its history helps sieve out the facts from the fantasies which caught us unaware. Yet, doubts still lurk deep in our soul, especially when the reality differs from what has taken a deep seated root into our beliefs. The history of Halloween Day, as culled from the net, is being depicted here in this light. This is to help out those who are interested in washing off the superficial hues to reach the core and know things as they truly are. 'Trick or treat' may be an innocent fun to relish on the Halloween Day. But just think about a bunch of frightening fantasies and the scary stories featuring ghosts, witches, monsters, evils, elves and animal sacrifices associated with it. They are no more innocent. Are these stories a myth or there is a blend of some reality? Come and plunge into the halloween history to unfurl yourself the age-old veil of mysticism draped around it.
  Behind the name... Halloween, or the Hallow E'en as they call it in Ireland , means All Hallows Eve, or the night before the 'All Hallows', also called 'All Hallowmas', or 'All Saints', or 'All Souls' Day, observed on November 1. In old English the word 'Hallow' meant 'sanctify'. Roman Catholics, Episcopalians and Lutherians used to observe All Hallows Day to honor all Saints in heaven, known or unknown. They used to consider it with all solemnity as one of the most significant observances of the Church year. And Catholics, all and sundry, was obliged to attend Mass. The Romans observed the holiday of Feralia, intended to give rest and peace to the departed. Participants made sacrifices in honor of the dead, offered up prayers for them, and made oblations to them. The festival was celebrated on February 21, the end of the Roman year. In the 7th century, Pope Boniface IV introduced All Saints' Day to replace the pagan festival of the dead. It was observed on May 13. Later, Gregory III changed the date to November 1. The Greek Orthodox Church observes it on the first Sunday after Pentecost. Despite this connection with the Roman Church, the American version of Halloween Day celebration owes its origin to the ancient (pre-Christian) Druidic fire festival called "Samhain", celebrated by the Celts in Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Samhain is pronounced "sow-in", with "sow" rhyming with cow. In Ireland the festival was known as Samhein, or La Samon, the Feast of the Sun. In Scotland, the celebration was known as Hallowe'en. In Welsh it's Nos Galen-gaeof (that is, the Night of the Winter Calends. According to the Irish English dictionary published by the Irish Texts Society: "Samhain, All Hallowtide, the feast of the dead in Pagan and Christian times, signalizing the close of harvest and the initiation of the winter season, lasting till May, during which troops (esp. the Fiann) were quartered. Faeries were imagined as particularly active at this season. From it the half year is reckoned. also called Feile Moingfinne (Snow Goddess).(1) The Scottish Gaelis Dictionary defines it as "Hallowtide. The Feast of All Soula. Sam + Fuin = end of summer."(2) Contrary to the information published by many organizations, there is no archaeological or literary evidence to indicate that Samhain was a deity. The Celtic Gods of the dead were Gwynn ap Nudd for the British, and Arawn for the Welsh. The Irish did not have a "lord of death" as such. Thus most of the customs connected with the Day are remnants of the ancient religious beliefs and rituals, first of the Druids and then transcended amongst the Roman Christians who conquered them. 

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Do you want to know me ?

Hello This is my first post on my new blog. Previously I have two blogs that has now been shattered and I forgot what the password. Oh yeahhhh I'll introduce my self.My complete name is Ni Putu Dewi Purwaniti Karang, my friends usually to called me dewi, deui, ui, wi, dewik, dewdew, dee, karang.lols, they have many names for me hahahaa I'm glad to heard them called my name. I was born in Denpasar on 6 December 1995, my age now 14 yearsold going to 15. I go to 7 JHS grade 9 , full exam for this grade and i got tired huh . 
Nice to meet yaaaaaaaaaa  :D

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