The holidays are practically here, which means tons of different festivities that are filled to the brim with delectable homemade goodies. These Apple Pie Apples not only taste amazing, but look supercute while being easy and affordable to make. You’ll definitely want to showcase these yummy pies at any holiday party you attend or save ‘em and eat them all yourself.
• 6 Granny Smith Apples • 1/2 Teaspoon ground cinnamon • 1/4 Teaspoon vanilla extract • 1/4 cup granulated sugar • 1 Tablespoon light brown sugar, packed • 1 package refrigerated pie crust • 1/4 cup pecans, chopped • 2 Tablespoons unsalted butter, melted • Cinnamon sugar (to sprinkle on top of pie crust)
1. First, preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Then slice the tops off four of your apples.
2. Next, use a large spoon or melon baller and carefully remove the inner part of each apple.
3. Take your two leftover apples and slice them up. Then mix the apple slices with sugar, cinnamon, pecans and vanilla extract in a large bowl.
4. Fill each of your four apples with the prepared apple pie filling.
5. Slice your pie crust into even strips and lay it across the top of each apple in a lattice fashion.
6. Brush the tops of your pie crust with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Then put a tiny bit of water a high-walled Pyrex casserole dish. You want the water to just skim the bottom of your apples.
7. Then bake in the oven for 45 minutes. Once those 45 minutes are up remove your apples from the oven and enjoy!
With all of the rainy weather in my town, I find myself gravitating towards grey, a touch of white and especially black. Over the weekend Clare and I went shopping during a thunderstorm, here is the outfit I wore:
It wasn’t that cold out, just rainy more than anything. I wore a “muscle tank” shirt dress, grey hoodie and leather jacket, and accessorized with riding boots and my black hat. I attempted the “Kylie Jenner” lip and I think it turned out pretty good. Comment below if you’re interested in learning how to do it.
The holidays are finally here! My favorite part about this wonderful time of the year is dressing up for holiday parties. Especially this year, I find myself drooling at the gold, lace and sequins.
Seeing Topshop’s holiday campaign made me even more excited to cover myself in glitter and gold this season. Check out the crazy cool, quirky, and not-to-mention flawless, Cara Delevigne in Topshop’s dazzling holiday video.
Alas, the final look in my Thanksgiving outfits series and I definitely saved the best for last with this ensemble!
So your family goes all out for the holidays—nothing to stress about. I mean, c’mon, deep down inside you know you secretly love getting all dolled up for an extravagant holiday party filled with family, food and fun. For my glamorous Turkey Day look I went for black and white with a pop of color.
I’ve been loving velvet this season and the deep wine color paired oh-so-elegantly with my houndstooth shorts.
Accessories were kept to a minimum to help support the classy feel I was aiming for. This vintage flower choker added just the right amount of sparkle.
Although it’s easy to get wrapped up in the more commercial side of Thanksgiving, don’t forget the most important part of the day…TO SAY THANKS. Text/email/call/tell anyone and everyone that you’re thankful for. And remember, “Gobble ’til ya wobble!”
It’s cute, but not over-the-top. Adding this hat to an outfit can really bring it all together. It’s such a cute accessory, and it complements what you’re wearing without distracting too much attention. If you’re looking for that understated finishing touch for your look, this is it.
Wear it anywhere. This fedora is so versatile. Wear it out on a brisk and sunny fall day, on a grey and misty afternoon, to the mall, to school, or even to grandma’s house for Thanksgiving dinner. This little thing will go anywhere with you.
Of course, the many colors to choose from. This seems to be a theme: We love options! Check out the stylish selections below, pick your favorite, and get ready for compliments.
Alert! Alert! it’s sweeping the nation and highly contagious!
Okay, not actually. But beachy bobs and simplistic makeup have become quite the trend and I like to credit this to the oh-so-glamourous Alexa Chung. Her favorite fall look is an oversized turtleneck sweater with slim fitting pants—usually monochrome.
One of the girls at my latest Fashion Board meeting looked just like a protégé of AC, so naturally I had to snap a pic for you:
She is not only rocking the long bob, but also a sweater and pants following the monochrome trend.
Every year there seems to be an argument over one clothing item: turtlenecks. Some love them and some hate them. Those who love them probably already know that the high neck is huge this season. It’s making appearances as a looser cowl in knit fabrics and the classic thermal. For those who are still unsure about the turtleneck, here’s a little lookbook to hopefully inspire a little love.:)
Mod For a simple modern look, pair a classic turtleneck with a leather mini and black flats. The ribbed fabric also adds some subtle texture. Also, I’m utterly obsessed with polka dot tights.
Boho This second look is much looser than the first look. If you have a more bohemian style, wear your favorite harem pants and a loose, chunky turtleneck. Printed or even plain black harem pants would work here.
Cozy This last look is probably what I’ll wear on Christmas day if I don’t end up slipping into an ugly Christmas sweater. I love this oversized turtleneck because it feels like a cozy blanket. I also added an intricate necklace; don’t be afraid to add necklaces or accessories with your turtleneck!
My next Thanksgiving Day outfit is for all you girly girls out there. I’ll most likely be seen sporting something similar to this on Thanksgiving Day because it’s easy, comfy, cute, and slightly dressy—all wrapped up into one look.
Every outfit needs accessories and in most cases my go-to accessory is a statement necklace. Speaking of go-tos: When in doubt layer it out! Knits, denim, and floral are easily layered, and my sparkly necklace helps tie everything together.
A fun little fact about me is that I very much like to associate colors with seasons and occasions. My corduroy skirt is (1) absolutely adorable and a must…I mean helloooo?..It’s freaking corduroy!!! And (2) the color kind of reminds me of a turkey, which I thought was totally cute and festive.
Grey slate riding boots pull the outfit together and mine just so happened to match the stripes in my cozy cardi perfectly.