Add extra layers of MAC’s Au Contraire eye shadow for a dramatic evening look ($13/Macy’s, Galleria).
<< LOCK ’N’ LOAD
Tanner Krohl’s shoulder bag with removable strap easily goes from day to evening ($1,090/Neiman Marcus).
FIFTIES FEM >>
Stuart Weitzman’s round-toe suede pump with bow detail is so retro ($240/Stuart Weitzman, Shops at Willow Bend).
<< LOVELY LAVENDER
Strap a thin mock croc belt over a jacket for the latest look ($39/Club Monaco, NorthPark).
ARM CANDY >>
Bejewel your wrist with an exquisite 18-karat gold and amethyst beaded cuff by Donald Huber ($16,000/Neiman Marcus).
<< PLUM PEEPERS
Shades by Halston have just a hint of fall’s coolest color ($50/Dillard’s or Macy’s).
Photos: Cuff: Courtesy of Deborah Hughes Inc.; Bag: Courtesy of Andoscia Moss Communications; Other Photos: Abel Sanchez
SAVE THE DATE
On October 23, Ken’s Man’s Shop celebrates 40 years of business with a long lineup of trunk shows by Jhane Barnes clothing, Equilibrio Italian shirts, Eton dress shirts of Sweden, and Donald Pliner shoes. Reps for the lines can answer questions and place special orders. Twenty percent of the proceeds go to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. 309 Preston Royal Village. 214-369-5367.
BEAUTY THAT BENEFITS >>
Instead of reaching for a candy bar this Halloween, get a guilt-free chocolate fix when you slick on Pookie’s Colorbalm flavored lip glosses. Five percent of the sales price goes to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Available at Anthropologie, 100 Highland Park Village. 214-219-4510.
Gearing up for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on October 16? New Balance’s Lace Up for the Cure collection features shoes, apparel, and accessories bearing a pink ribbon in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For every $25 purchase, New Balance will donate $5 to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Available at New Balance, 4017 Northwest Pkwy. 214-696-4313.