Hollywood Glam: Halloween Outfit of the Night!

If I can dress like this everyday I would! I love playing dress up, and Halloween is my favorite time of year to do so. Any chance I get to invoke my inner glammed out goddess, Im on it! So heres my take on 1920s, Old Hollywood, Harlem Renaissance, Flapper dancer look. Simply adore it!
 
Believe it or Not, anyone can achieve this look for Halloween! Just gather items from your closet! 
Dress: Armani Exchange (purchased 3yrs ago) 
Gloves: Boutique (Soho few mnths ago) 
Feather boa and Feather head-dress: Rickey's Halloween Store to complete my look 1920s Hollywood look. 



I was inspired by the effortlessness and chic look of the past divas. Such as, Josephine Baker and classiness of the Harlem Renaissance women. I also love the Keri Hilson's rendition of the flapper look in her "Pretty Girl Rock" video. She killed it! 






I love old Hollywood Glamour I may keep these period pieces coming for next years Halloween. Maybe I'll do 1940s pin-up

Miss-Rich Tip: When it comes time to dress up for Halloween, I love to think outside the box. The best costumes for me is one with character! One where you can honestly see yourself as that person or image. You don't always have to be a sex-kitty, ghoul or goblin. Have fun with it as I always say, Happy Halloween! See you at the parade NYC!

On Scene: MissRichTv Occupy Wall St

Yes, Im on the move once again, and I stumble upon the Occupy Wall Street protest in NYC. I was in the midst of a stampede of people yelling at the tops of their lungs for  a "Revolution" and other reasons, such as equality, pollution and politics. I find that I'm always in the middle of something, so when it goes down, I grab my camera and start shooting. That what being a journalist is all about. Plus, Its always cool seeing people come together and take a stand for what they believe in, even if it's for several different reasons. Take a look at my video below! 






What do you feel about the Occupy Wall Street acts, do you feel they're are justified in their acts or do you think, they're just a bunch of slackers sleeping on the streets and rallying to make noise??