From luxury pumpkins to plant meat, the trend forecast is full of surprises. But of course, some things about November never change: like flu season and irresistible fall fashion. So put on your Thanksgiving eating pants and feast your eyes on these eight trends everyone will be talking about.
8 Trends That Will Be Huge in November
Lush velvet pumpkins are cropping up everywhere. There’s a cornucopia of gilded, glitter-dusted gourds on Pinterest. Metallic squash are guaranteed to be the stars of the most enviable Thanksgiving tablescapes. But if you ask us, this sequined one takes the cake pie.
Broadway Gets Lit
This month on the Great White Way, the curtain goes up on musicals based on the songs of Tina Turner (Tina) and Alanis Morissette (
The leopard skirt had its heyday. Now it’s time to bust out more exotic animal prints—or perhaps the same old exotic animal prints in fresh new ways. Case in point? Tortoiseshell nails, green zebra sweaters, snakeskin crop tops, slouchy kitten heel jungle boots we are sitting on our hands to stop ourselves from buying for some reason??? [*mops brow*] Easy there, tiger.
This is not your mama’s veggie burger. Patties made from ingredients like chickpea
We first noticed EmRata reviving the piecey style. And it’s been a Kendall Jenner move for a minute. But in late October, Mandy Moore confirmed it: ’90s tendrils—aka two face-framing pieces of hair, pulled strategically (if illogically) from your otherwise polished pony—are here to stay.
Can you actually get as much vitamin B6 as six cups of spinach, and as much vitamin C as six oranges, seven cups of milk, and 15 cups of broccoli by chewing two yummy green gummies? And can anything that tastes as delicious as Elderberry edibles
By the first week in November, the following books will be available on Amazon: The Rihanna Book (a $113 coffee table collection of previously
Insta Gets Real
Instagram is now removing plastic surgery-inspired face filters (the ones that give you fuller lips or a slimmer nose, for example) from its effects gall