Are you guys getting ready for Halloween yet? I am…or at least, my dad is. He put up his decorations this weekend. My dad lives for Halloween, which cracks me up because he can be a little tight-laced sometimes. Not when it comes to decking his house for Halloween!


There are three of these big spiders in the house…and even some dangling from the roof outside.

I went over today to keep Denise company…she told me the spiders were creeping her out.

Wearing Levi's jeans, thrifted polyester plaid shirt, unknown scarf, and Proenza Schouler booties.



Blech..I'd love to spend this gloomy day working on some projects and eating Halloween candy, but I think my sister has passed her swine flu on to me. Guess I'll be in bed watching scary movies. Being sick is so annoying when there is shit that needs to get done.

First scary movie on my list: Dario Argento's Suspiria (1977)

The music in this movie is awesome!

Happy Halloween everyone…

xo Jane

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  1. Sarah-Lou wrote:

    Oh the last picture is so scary!!!

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  2. Diabolina wrote:

    love dads that love halloween! and that movie looks soooo David Lynch. AAAAAa!

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  3. Sam wrote:

    Can I have your booties please?^^ And I hope you’ll feel better soon!

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  4. Soraya wrote:

    Is it a David Lynch movie?? I don’t think so..

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  5. cathrine wrote:

    jane u r the coolest girl i know. greetings from 17 year old girl from stockholm. feel free to visit anytime.

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  6. oh the last pic is awesomely creepy!! feel better…

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  7. Mara wrote:

    feel better soon! i love the plaid with those boots! aaaand your puppy is adorable!

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  8. Josephine wrote:

    Awesome! hope you feel better soon. That movie looks great, though, so hopefully that will be fun. I love Halloween, too!

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  9. Noa wrote:

    Feel better!
    love your shirt and its combination with the scarf!

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  10. how freaking badass is that abominable grave stalker. he reminds me of my boss.
    Kick it swine flu style, girl!

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  11. how freaking badass is that abominable grave stalker. he reminds me of my boss.
    Kick it swine flu style, girl!

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  12. how freaking badass is that abominable grave stalker. he reminds me of my boss.
    Kick it swine flu style, girl!

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  13. feel better soon. love the outfit, especially the plaid shirt. i have one similar which is actually a pyjama top but works great in the day as well.
    check out my blog at

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  14. Sara wrote:

    Fantastic outfit Jane,get well soon
    and..THIS MOVIES ROCKS!You could watch THE SHINING,it’s really good and creeps me out,but dont waste your time watching THE EXORCIST,it’s horrible.
    With love from Brazil

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  15. amber wrote:

    swine flu! Hope you get better. My younger sister has the same.
    Love your outfit!! Simple, but stylish all the same.

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  16. Carole wrote:

    Dario Argento is a master of horror and a damn good director. Love your shoes. Happy Halloween :) Feel better!

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  17. Love your Proenza booties. Wonder if the ones with the thicker, elevated heels are only available in their stores.
    PS Irving Penn passed away today. RIP

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  18. Not too keen on the spider decorations I must admit. I love teeny little spiders- they’re cute (I’m weird), but the big ones worry me..
    I do love your outfit though, the colours in the scarf and shirt look great together.
    Florrie x

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  19. Ava wrote:

    Hi Jane!! I love Halloween, these are great decorations. Your boots are beautiful. <3 XO Ava

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  20. Géssica wrote:

    I love your shirt!
    Hope you get better!

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  21. Denise wrote:

    that spider is INTENSE!

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  22. I hope you feel better soon Jane! You look gorgeous and I love the decorations and your dog!

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  23. I’m in love with that last picture!

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  24. o wow. i hope you feel better. that spider creeps me out!!! eck!! LOL!
    cool boots. the visuals in that movie look very distinctive.

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  25. That spider is freaky :-) I love how your hair looks with the background. I guess that fall is really here and I am beginning to accept it. I can’t wait to see your costume!
    Canada’s budget fashion and beauty blog

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  26. Ljubica wrote:

    this outfit is casual chic at its best, the booties really pop.. they’re gorgeous!

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  27. love this outfit. your casual outfits are the best in my opinion, so much individuality in otherwise straight-laced pieces. scarf? flannel? jeans? ankle boots? all of it comes to form this great patchwork of quirk and detail. love the scarf + boots combo. love. obviously.

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  28. Elizabeth wrote:

    nothhing like the flu eh? it sucks having it. but on the bright side, halloween! such a great holiday. that spider looks incredibly real.

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  29. Totally in love with your outfit and specially with the boots!!

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  30. I just tried to watch Suspiria on OnDemand. That movie scared the shit out of me. I made it through thirteen minutes and just thought, “Can’t do it.” Great art direction, though.

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  31. Lisa wrote:

    I cannot tell you enough how in love I am with yout blog.
    I would be honored if you checked out mine…

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  32. Isabel wrote:

    I want to see this movie!

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  33. perrin wrote:

    amazing post jane I have the proenza schouler shoes in a diffrent color tooo

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  34. juliet wrote:

    I hope you get better real soon!
    juliet xxx

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  35. Ann wrote:

    Are you parents divorced?

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  36. Brigadeiro wrote:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the scarf & PS boots!!!

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  37. Creetch wrote:

    You just earned major film geek cred by putting the masterful Suspiria at the top of your watch list! Be sure to check out the rest of the Argento catalogue (pretty much everything pre Il Cartino is worth a look). You may also want Cemetery Man (Dellamorte Dellamore) by Michele Soavi as well as The Beyond by Lucio Fulci – that’s plenty of Italian giallo cinema to get you through your sick days.
    Get well soon ^_^

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  38. Catherine wrote:

    This post makes me so excited for Halloween!!
    Hope you feel better very very soon!

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  39. Ally wrote:

    I LOVE Suspiria! Saw it for the first time recently, its just stunning and actually quite scary in some parts (but also unintentionally funny at times). Very entertaining and very David Lynch. Get well soon!

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  40. Angeliska wrote:

    Yay, I love Suspiria! I’m going to see it on the big screen
    at the Alamo Ritz on Sunday- can’t wait to see it huge…
    The Goblin soundtrack is amazing – one of my all-time faves.

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  41. Plaid everywhere this season! But if Jane says, it must be so. Favorite scary movie? Monster House.

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  42. Stevy wrote:

    You are such a doll! I wish I looked that good on the days I don’t have swine flu! Enjoy your time in bed! Feel better soon!

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  43. ShaiLauren wrote:

    I love the outfit!! It’s really pretty. Thanks for the fashion inspiration!!!:)

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  44. eboogie wrote:

    I’m going to copy your outfit as best as I can for a casual dinner with my girls tomorrow :) so cool & kickback. What are you going to be for Halloween?

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  45. I want to have a fashionista Halloween party this year, it will rock!!!
    http://MaisonChaplin.blogspot.com @ Rio Janeiro boys by Mario Testino

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  46. Leni wrote:

    I love suspiria!

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  47. Shannon wrote:

    I hope you get better soon! I just recovered from my sickness, it was awful. :(
    The screencaps you have from Suspiria look ridiculous, so much red!

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  48. Minn4 wrote:

    Awesome! You are such a beauty! hope you get better soon :)

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  49. kt wrote:

    Argento is the man. Opera is another favorite of mine aside from Suspiria. I believe the majority of music used in his films is by progrock group Goblin.

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  50. k604bc wrote:

    Hell yeahhh!!! Halloween is awesome! Except we don’t get that many trick-or-treaters in our neighborhood :( Your Dad’s halloween set-up is wicked, lookin’ at the fake but real looking spider makes me itchy!!! Love your casual outfit… and I love Denise… she’s such a lady!

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  51. maladroite wrote:

    Suspiria is definitely a great Halloween flick. Now back to your outfit, the combination fantastic & casual.
    Love from Toronto

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  52. Cruz wrote:

    My friend loved that movie! I gotta see it. I love how big that scarf is!

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  53. KD wrote:

    I am SO ready for Halloween! I love your outfit as well! A plaid shirt is so effective.

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  54. I can’t wait for Halloween! Hope you feel better soon, I know from experience that swine flu isn’t fun!

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  55. Miranda McCue wrote:

    Jane have you listened to Cromatics? They sound suspiria-esque- really good! Also the After Dark EP with Chromatics & Glass Candy and others is good. I’ve already decked out my house too ;)

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  56. Alison wrote:

    that movie looks awesome. corny as they are, vampire movies are my undoing…I used to watch a ton as a kid.
    Definitely will be watching it to wait out my knee surgery recovery.
    The colors in your outfit work perfectly. love it. those boots DO look like ski boots.

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  57. Pearl wrote:

    Thats so cute that your dad loves halloween so much! Hope you feel better soon, love that the scarf matches your boots!

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  58. Rachel wrote:

    haha I love it! Hope you feel better soon!

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  59. Ash wrote:

    The scarf is from Anthropologie from a few years back. I have the same one!

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  60. Indigo wrote:

    I love the halloween decorations in your dad’s house! They are so wonderful. =] Also, your giant scarf is darling.

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  61. bru marx wrote:

    I hope you get better soon, and I love your outfit.xoxo

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  62. Gon wrote:

    You’re right being sick is the worst thing.. (I’m also sick) i love your outfit ! those booties are so cool and denise is so cutee ! Get better soon!

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  63. The Proenza booties are beautiful, love what you have them paired with.
    ps check out my blog for an Orient watch giveaway!

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  64. Emma wrote:

    I love your outfit! especially the scarf

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  65. Anastassia wrote:

    I’d be so creeped out if there were halloween decorations around the house.

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  66. you’re an effortless chic, jane!
    i love the whole outfit!

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  67. Becca wrote:

    I’m so excited for Halloween! Some great defcorations and I love your fall outfit with those AMAZING booties. LOVE

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  68. jmn33 wrote:

    What are you going to dress up as for halloween! you must put photos of it up! x

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  69. gigi! wrote:

    May I ask… are your parents separated?
    Love your outfits!!

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  70. kiddo wrote:

    Halloween! Can’t wait now that i’ve seen your photos :)

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  71. Lex wrote:

    what are you going to be for halloween? :)

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  72. Kiersten wrote:

    LOVE Dario Argento! Have you seen ‘Deep Red’? It’s my favorite of his.. Goblin wrote the music for that one too.. Also, if you haven’t seen it yet, ‘Don’t Look Now’ is amazing!!
    Happy Halloween!

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  73. I’m a big horror movie fan. I should check out this movie!

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  74. WeJustThought wrote:

    Taken from NYMag, we just thought you should know:
    The FTC just passed some new regulations that require bloggers to disclose when something they’re writing about is actually free swag a company sent them for publicity. Wired notes that the world of wine blogs will take a pretty hard hit; fashion blogs could, too. Full disclosure: People send us free stuff sometimes. Everything from laundry detergent to nail polish to moisturizer samples to eyeshadow to toothpaste to handbags to jeans. Do we write about these things? At the risk of screwing ourselves out of more freebies: no. We don’t feel obligated to invite people we don’t like to our birthday parties and we don’t feel obligated to write about things just because someone sent them to us for free. However, smaller, independent blogs that focus on products — say, fragrances or handbags or skin creams — surely receive lots more free products to review. They don’t often tell readers, “Someone sent me this for free and I happened to like it so I’m telling you I like it.” If a company pays a blogger to say nice things about their products, the blogger must likewise admit that in the post, according to the FTC’s new rules.
    The basic premise of the new regulations is great. People deserve to know when anyone is endorsing something simply because it’s free. But what about print publications? They may borrow clothes and send them back (though not even every article of clothing is returned), but that’s not the case for beauty products, which companies send to bloggers with no expectation that they’ll come back. (What would they do? Send them out again? “Dear Marie Claire, Enclosed is a jar of our BRAND NEW MOISTURIZER containing REAL PEARL SHAVINGS and THE BLOOD OF SEAHORSES that Vogue and Elle editors have already sampled. Thought you might enjoy a third go at it! Cheers, YOUTHFUL LOTIONS OF THE SEA.”)
    But if the FTC will impose fines on people who so much as tweet about products they’re getting paid to endorse without saying so, they should also crack down on affiliate links. Many blogs covering products include links to where you can buy that product online. Those sites then give the referring blogs a cut of the profits for the recommendation. In the fashion blogosphere, that is probably a bigger problem (if it is a problem — people do have to make a living) than is bloggers endorsing freebies they happen to actually like, or even getting paid for the vote of confidence. The FTC is yet to clarify these regulations. Maybe they should “get online,” as they say, start a Twitter account, and throw us a tweet when they’ve come up with a revised set of rules that makes more sense.

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  75. Kelly wrote:

    Love the Halloween decorations! I have not put mine up yet, but you have motivated me to get them out soon! Love the outfit and pics are so cute with Denise ;)

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  76. Isabel wrote:

    You have the most amazing clothes.

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  77. That movie looks epic! I need to watch it….and eat some candy corn.

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  78. It’s quite early to wish but Happy Halloween too! :)

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  79. traub wrote:

    The scarf is from Anthropologie… 100% positive cause I have it too.

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  80. love this outfit! especially the warm, cozy scarf and the boots, obviously!

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  81. Dynli wrote:

    I love Suspiria and agree the music is awesome. I had to set the theme song as the ringtone on my phone.

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  82. Dynli wrote:

    I love Suspiria and agree the music is awesome. I had to set the theme song as the ringtone on my phone.

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  83. isabel wrote:

    Te sigo hace tiempo. Hacéis unas fotos divinas. Y tienes unos zapatos de ensueño. Besos desde Estella.

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  84. Victoria wrote:

    Those are some intense decorations! I have to admit, I have a huge phobia of spiders and I had to scroll down really quick to avoid that hairy spider picture! Your outfit is so cute and the first thing that popped into my head was “D Squared.” The cuffed jeans paired with the Proenza Schouler booties go perfectly with the plaid shirt!

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  85. Heather wrote:

    Definitely watching that movie for sure, as soon as I can.
    And the house looks so gorgeous Jane!

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  86. kiriko wrote:

    i looove that movie (;
    and i looove your shawl!

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  87. need your boots! love them!

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  88. Your style is so great!

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  89. That movie looks so weird and creepy, i’ll have to give it a watch this haloween!
    Rianna Bethany xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  90. gus wrote:

    wow your bf is so hot- you guys make a cute couple

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  91. Daisy wrote:

    Lovely outfit, and I love Halloween too!

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  92. MªÁngeles S.T. wrote:

    Well, we don’t have Halloween in Spain so I envy you because I love that type of parties ;) The scarf is amazing!!!

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  93. Amazing outfit. I love how the neon green in the scarf totally pick up the neon green in the bootie. Perfection.

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  94. Kassie wrote:

    I just found your blog and read back so many enteries. I love your style and taste.
    The swine flu is not fun. I just got over it. Its best to take two or three days and just sleep. I got over it in about a week.
    Good luck and feel better!

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  95. you are beautiful….love the site!!!

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  96. JW wrote:

    SUSPIRIA is my FAVOURITE scary movie of all time! love Argento, love love love that movie! I actually SCREAM everytime i watch it … xx

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  97. Libby wrote:

    Never seen that movie, looks creepy, maybe i should!
    Enter my Giveaway!

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  98. anna wrote:

    Amazing combination of the scarf and your heels (:

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  99. Rae wrote:

    oh my god! the scarf is from anthropologie I have it! It’s amazingg soo big and comfy! love your blog!

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  100. oh i love suspiria! i am a big fan of dario argento (if you haven’t seen ‘opera’, add that to your list. i think it’s his best.). when i first saw suspiria, i couldn’t tell if it was awful, or amazing. but then i kept wanting to see it again and again, so i had to go with amazing. i hope you feel better soon!

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  101. anna wrote:

    Suspiria is the BEST movie!
    Goblin does a great soundtrack!

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  102. Hotlosz wrote:

    The picture with the bones in focus and you out of focus and really great
    who takes your photos?

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  103. Kathleen Rhea Galeos wrote:

    Love the decorations! Too bad but my parents aren’t into Halloween. Aslo love the outfit! But you always look good in anything :] Hope you feel better. I’m not one for scary movies but this one looks really, really scary.
    later love, Kat

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  104. Zoe wrote:

    I love them shoes, they are gorgeous! Get well sooonn & have a good Halloween (:

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  105. Vanessa wrote:

    i have that same scarf!!! i bought mine from anthropologie several years ago when i worked there. i usually just use it as a wrap when lounging around but i’m inspired by the way you’ve worn it.

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  106. masquerade wrote:

    I absolutely love Suspiria, It’s a great horror movie. Your Proenza boots are insane!
    There are new Alaïa shoes up in The Outnet, you should check them out!

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  107. Alyreche Warwick wrote:

    Love the Proenza Schouler booties omg they are so hawt! I even want your exclusive lace-ups for Urban Outfitters created. Keep up the good work..Ur mom and You remind me of my mom and me. You guys Rock! xo-Aly

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  108. Lotte wrote:

    Uhh, love the shoes. Proenza Schouler makes the nicest shoes – byw you can win a pair of Camilla Skovgaard wedges at wwww.afashiontale.dk – pretty cool

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  109. JeanneD wrote:

    Those booties are so amazing :)

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  110. Martina wrote:

    Love your shirt! You look fantastic!

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  111. Heather wrote:

    I only visit your site once every few weeks so it was strange that I actually had a dream about you last night. I was a guest at your house and we were sitting outside eating lunch when you reached over and gave me a handful of lawn grass and herbs, like Rosemary and Oregano. As I peered at them curiously wondering why you’d given me those things, they suddenly turned into tiny little (live!) animals. There was a duck and a bird and a turtle and a rabbit. They were all only the size of jellybeans and they were fat and tumbling around clumsily, bumping into each other. Then you looked down at my sandals and you said, “I like your shoes”. That was the end of the dream.

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  112. Most amazing boots EVER.
    Love the blog. Xx
    Please check out: http://boardingschoolsbestfriend.blogspot.com/

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  113. Annie wrote:

    Sorry to come over all “british and therefore superior” but seriously, what is it with Americans and Halloween. Here it is an excuse to get drunk the last tine before xmas and dress as a slut if you are at an age where you have seen mean girls…

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  114. Madison wrote:

    I love your scarf and proenza booties!

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  115. Love the mix of the plaid and the scarf–very pretty!

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  116. Tati wrote:

    I hardly think you’ll read this out of all of your fans but this blog is SO COOL!
    I love all of the shoes! What a cute idea!
    Btw I had swine and it SUCKED! It was soo annoying I even had to miss my graduation! But it was okay since it was only middle school. Feel better! Eat soup. Watch movies. Oh and eat Popsicles! That helps so much.
    Keep up the posts

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  117. Lexie wrote:

    sorry you don’t feel good! :( i’m super jealous of you halloween decorations. they look awesome!!! (as do you. i love your scarf.)

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  118. Diana wrote:

    Suspiria is awesome. Saw it in my Cinema class this summer at SMU. The music is one of the coolest for a scary movie.
    Neimans is having 50% off. Time to stop by NorthPark on my way from school tomorrow:):):)

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  119. Jaime P wrote:

    i grew up in TC and i’ve always really enjoyed your dad’s outdoor halloween decorations (if it’s the house i think it is)

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  120. dena wrote:

    wow is that pic you? u r sooo beautiful!! lucky!!!

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  121. Connie wrote:

    Get these shoes girl.
    Alexander McQueen SS10!!

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  122. monica wrote:

    that movie does look pretty freaky haha i love your dog btw, we have the same one and they’re so awesome. :))

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  123. Vanessa wrote:

    omgosh, i LOVE your scarf!!! too bad the designer’s unknown~

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  124. Chistina wrote:

    IF you can find or want to find a copy of it, there is an awesome/hilarious music video by goblin at the end of the VHS of suspiria. It is very Anton Lavey church of satan kind of silly but the aesthetic is still worth it.

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  125. i was nt v impressed whn u were gaga-ing ovr th shoes a few posts agoooooo bt thy look so gd worn!!!!!!! it was th first thing tht striked me in all ur photos!

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  126. tchelet wrote:

    I personally am moor of a chick flicks kind of girl bat I still strongly recommend “The Birds” by alfred hickok it still to this day manage to give me the creeps!Feel better:)

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  127. Jazzi M wrote:

    Love the outfit, and Denise is just killing me with cuteness in all your posts!

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  128. Sarah wrote:

    Loving the Halloween deco!!! and the giant scarf!
    Hope u feel better- I had it a few months ago- swine flu sucks!! xx

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  129. Rachel wrote:

    Oh Halloween! What are you planning to wear for a costume / costumes?

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  130. tina wrote:

    have u missed this new, beautiful LOVE blogg? the headlines are in swedish, but what the heck, the pictures are amazing!
    check it out!

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  131. Jen wrote:

    Have particularly adored your last two posts. Amazing! Badass outfits, all three of them.

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  132. Miri wrote:

    I’m NOT really supposed to say this
    – but.. you look like a Jane Birkin with hot shoes.
    And if somebody could actually wear ALexander McQueen’s monsterheels
    it’s a Jane Birkin who knows shoes. Do you think anybody will?

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  133. love that scarf and those shoes are INSANE!
    p.s come enter my free jewelry giveaway on my blog when you get a chance!

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  134. dea wrote:

    wow! Your scarf!!!! I love it: it´s big, fluffy and looking warm ! MMMMM! Like it! :D

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  135. Vanessa wrote:

    Those spiders are majorly creepy. Are you going to dress up for Halloween? I’d love to see what you’d put togehter.

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  136. KPeach wrote:

    super creepy images-the movie inspired a Rodarte collection-love that thrifted plaid xx

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  137. I’ve been stiching a costume based on this movie for next halloween. It’s not ready yet but you would love it…

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  138. dy wrote:

    ahhh i love his movies, they are great and so ridiculous too.

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  139. Maggie wrote:

    lol i just wore basically the same thing yesterday haha thats very coincidental

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  140. FASH wrote:

    check out those boots!!!
    http://www.joandjoenyc.com {shop}

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  141. Veda wrote:

    Hey Jane! Your outfit is awesome I love it! Halloween is so fun, its the best time of the year. Its good that your dad gets into the spirit. Feel Better though!

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  142. ooh!! love those shoes!
    what are you gonna be for halloween?!

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  143. hussah wrote:

    didn’t you think giles collection a bit hallowinish? checkout my latest blog, I have a small shout out to you :)

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  144. ahhhhh! your dog is super cute!

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  145. That outfit is so great, like lumber jack chic or something. Love it! And Denise is too cute.

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  146. madeleine wrote:

    great outfit. i hate spiders, though ;)
    check out my post on animal print heels:

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  147. izabela wrote:

    jestem szczesliwa matka, moje kochane dzidzi ma niespełna rok. w tym momencie stac mnie na: zaplacenie prądu, gazu, wody i telefonów. ja chwilowo siedze w domu bo zawiesiłam studia. maz moj ma firme budowlaną. w przyszlym roku mam nadzieje wrocic na studia. i tu jest zonk poniewaz zyje w pierdzielonej polsce i nigdy w zyciu nie bedzie mnie stac nawet na marzenia o tym, co ty masz… jak ty to robisz ze masz wszystko nie majac nic? bo czy na przyklad masz kochajacego meza?? kochajace cie dziecko?? według mnie: nie masz nic!!

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  148. Ahhhhh THAT HOUSE IS AMAZING! WHAT IS WITH THOSE CRAZY STAIRCASES AND GEOMETRIC PATTERNS!?!!! Your dog looks a little sad to have had his photo taken, how funny. Those shoes and the scarf match really well, and those jeans are so cool too. Did you rip them yourself or buy them styled like that?
    Get well soon too, ahh the swine is so lame

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  149. somethin' wrote:

    It’s not halloween yet.. :P

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  150. You’re outfit is effortless, and that scarf is amazing.
    I now officially want to see that movie!

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  151. I love this whole thing. Your entire outfit is what I want to wear everyday in fall. :) Did you destroy the levi’s yourself? Or buy them destroyed? What cut are they? I love them!

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  152. love dario argento! and your blog too!

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  153. Michelle wrote:

    i LOVE that long wooly scarf . seems so cozy .
    you have such a unique style. you can wear thrift goods but you’ll always wear kick ass shoes from multi designer brands !

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  154. Kim wrote:

    Hope you get better soon! Love your pictures, as usual. You really have an eye for beautiful pics.

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  155. LOVE the images from the movie. I’ll definitely have to check it out.

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  156. Rachel wrote:

    You are too fabulous to be sick! Gloomy weather + sick = stay in bed and watch movies (perfect remedy).

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  157. Dena wrote:

    I think the photo of you and your dog is one of the most beautiful photos I’ve seen.

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  158. Kim wrote:

    hahaha, I LOVE Suspiria!! It’s so awesomely bad. Right up there with Phantasm!

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  159. Jess wrote:

    Spooky! ..loving all the pics, keep up the good work darlin’ :)

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  160. again, loving this outfit in its entirety and i am definately gonna keep suspiria in mind on my next trip to blockbuster, hopefully they carry it.
    oxo, liz

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  161. I love your style. Now if only the ladies in Virginia could take a Q from you. Lovely & astounding, lovely & astounding..

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  162. Angela wrote:

    longtime lurker here :) Have you seen George Romero’s _Martin_? It’s not like Argento’s movies at all, but it’s a really interesting take on the horror genre. not very scary though. give it a look.
    love those shoes!

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  163. I love the scarf and her style she is totally a fashion icon.

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  164. kate wrote:

    I love love love Dario Argento, he is thee king of Italian horror (and american horror for that matter)…and as far as the swine flu goes; my sister, her boyfriend, and their 1 yr old son all have the swine flu as well…hope you feel better;) xoxo

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  165. kate wrote:

    Oh and the music in Suspiria is done by a band called GOBLIN…i love them too…xoxo

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  166. Dagnushka wrote:

    SUSPIRIA is my absolute favorite movie of all time!!! the music by Goblin is definitely amazing. Hope you’re better darling! <3

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  167. Leonor wrote:

    This is a great movie, by the way, if you want to download some of the music from the movie Goblin makes the music for Argento movies.

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  168. Brianna wrote:

    i love this outfit… i hope you don’t mind that i post it on my blog?

    10.25.09 · Reply
  169. Maria wrote:

    That movie freaked me out- and I only saw clips of it!

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