Halloween did not disappoint last night—I had SO much fun. A great night out is the best—especially because it makes you feel a lot less guilty about the late-night pizza and binge drinking that is no doubt damaging your liver.
Here I am with Liza. We're still not sure what she's supposed to be, but I'm a homeless magazine writer—how fitting! People got a kick out of my "Will Blog 4 Food" sign—it was a great networking tactic. I met a lot of people last night, and even took home a couple business cards! (FYI, Don't give me your business card if you don't actually want me to contact you because I WILL.)
Here we have Cruella Deville—this was easily one of my favorite costumes of the night!
I was totally jealous of Cleopatra's six-pack abs. Love the blue eyeshadow, hun.
Here is Mark and Russ as two characters from the 70's movie, A Clockwork Orange. I had never heard of the movie before last night, but apparently it is a "classic." But after Mark went on and on about how gruesome it is, I don't know if I will ever see it.
Here I am with Tiffany. Doesn't she look pretty? The party was at R Bar, and all the hostesses dressed up as Greek goddesses. Tiff and I haven't partied together in a while, so it was really fun just cutting loose and dancing like maniacs. As soon as I saw Tiff take a shot of tequila and chase it with beer, I knew it was going to be a good night!
So this dude decided to be a cell phone. He gave me an explanation of his costume, but I can't remember a thing he said. I can't decide if this was a cool idea or just plain stupid?
Julie looked gorge in her angel costume.
So ya know how I predicted I'd see a gazillion Lady Gaga costumes? I only saw one. Here's my friend Matt doing his version of Gaga. I don't think he was aware of the fact that she probably has never worn pink a day in her life.
This is Arielle—one of the many fun new people I met last night. I don't know how many peacocks you've seen, but this is by far the hottest one I've ever laid my eyes on. Arielle is a jewelry designer and health counselor in NYC. Check out her site here. I could definitely use a little health inspiration these days!
Rachel Zoe was another one of my favorite costumes. I had actually thought about being her, but after realizing I'd have to lose 30 pounds in order to do the costume justice, I decided to be a bum.
Well, now I'm off to try to catch part of the NYC Marathon to take some pics and hand out my leftover candy from last night. Then, I have to go into the office to clock in a few extra hours for the project I'm doing at The Knot. My contract is up Tuesday, and I have no idea what's in store for me next. Ugh, let's not even think about that right now!
So tell me, how was your Halloween? What was the best costume you saw? And which of these costumes do you like best?