The Shining; courtesy of Warner Brothers
Halloween DVD Peeks to Shriek: Part II
Greetings and salutations* film ghouls and ghoulettes. Unless you’ve been buried alive or sleeping in an urban catacomb all month, you probably know the witchiest of witching hours is upon us. So sound the horns from hell, it’s great Hallow’s Eve here in the Yay Area so get ready to get weird.
Shana, 26, sustainable design
Lives in: Castro
Wearing: Wang Wei Gallery coat, April77 jeans, H&M purse, Dior heels
My style icon: Hello Kitty. That bitch always has the cutest accessories.
Favorite clothing or accessories store: H&M for basics, the Painted Bird for vintage, and I've been known to take a stroll or two down Maiden Lane.
Some people gorge on chocolate, others hit the gym. Me? I head straight for a mani-pedi when I need to de-stress after a killer week. (Remember that scene from Legally Blonde where Reese Witherspoon, aka Elle, comes to a screeching halt in front of a nail salon after finding out the traumatic news that her ex has a new fiancée?). I’m always down to scour the city— from luxe spas to mom-and-pop shops—in search of an excellent, not to mention sanity-saving, nail job.
Nerissa, 30, 7x7 associate editor
Lives in: Outer Sunset
Wearing: White House Black Market scoopneck tunic, Danskin cropped leggings, White House Black Market peep toe pumps, rose gold and sterling silver branch earrings by Joy O Designs, Express wide black patent leather belt.
My style icon: My mom—the type of woman who puts on lipstick and diamonds to run and get milk at the grocery store.
So much fog, so many chilly days, but right now the payoff: sunshine—our little gift from the gods for our suffering. The fog has its charm of course but right now is my favorite time of year here in our sun-kissed 7x7 miles of heaven.
And as we continue to enjoy a sensational end to our Indian summer, here are a few of my fave things to do when the sun shines. I ask of you just one thing, do not eat lunch at your desk; instead, venture outside, go to a restaurant with a patio or get something to go and sit in the park.
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