Trick or Treat & Disney Chic
Updated: Nov 1, 2019
I usually get festive and dress up and go to Halloween parties, but this year I did not feel like getting into it at all. There’s a part of me that has been questioning what I’m doing with my life. I have a great career ahead of me, but it’s not anything I am passionate about to be honest. I’m so used to being myself and doing the things I really love for a living until the past two years.
This year has really been hard in terms of striving for something I have no passion for whatsoever, but it offers such great stability for the long run that I told myself I’ll tough it out as long as I can. I’m in too deep to quit now. However, everyday I feel as if I’m playing a role of someone that I am not. Lately, everyday has been Halloween with putting on a mask of someone that I would never see myself as. On top of it, it’s scary but I’m allowing myself to just go with the flow for now. I’m riding out this wave until I wipe out. I deserve an Oscar for this role. It’s exhausting, but an experiment I’m doing on myself. If I can conquer this I can conquer anything.
Doughnuts and coffee are my treats this year for Halloween and the Mickey Mouse skeleton on my shirt keeps me festive all while wearing a smile on my face. Disney reminds us to never stop believing in magic and it’s a nice way to let others know not to take life too seriously when wearing a fun graphic image on a tee. This Halloween I’m being me, embracing my inner child with key adult pieces such as this blazer.
These are doughnuts and coffee from Saint Honore here in Las Vegas that specializes in couture doughnuts made fresh daily! Check them out on instagram @ilovesainthonore!
Here are the links to the details of my outfit...
Combat Boots from Zara
Disney tee from Target