The things all over the web that have us atwitter (get it?)

By Alex Apatoff
October 31, 2013 07:17 PM

What has us buzzing in the PEOPLE StyleWatch offices? We’re sharing five things that got us talking today — because if we’re loving them, we know you will too. Join our conversation and let us know what has you clicking, favoriting, pinning, and all that other good stuff.

PHOTOS: Have you voted on “Last Night’s Look” yet?

Every once in a while, another video surfaces to remind us of just how far Photoshop can go. This week it’s this oldie-but-goodie (created by Global Democracy in 2011), which does an amazing job of portraying how much work goes into making an already-beautiful model look like the ones you might see in catalogs and magazines. If you need a body image boost today, it’s the one to

How could Miley Cyrus top last year’s Nicki Minaj costume (not to mention the many mostly-naked moments she’s already had this year)? Why, a Li’l Kim costume, of course! The star pays tribute to the rapper’s iconic VMAs outfit — and actually looks pretty fab doing it.

Even if you’ve already seen Matt Lauer in all his Baywatch glory, we still think it’s worth taking a moment to watch this mesmerizing gif of him running in slow motion. (Courtesy of the Today Show Tumblr.)

Ramey Pretty pixie! Dixie Chick Natalie Maines and her boys -- husband Adrian Pasdar and sons Beckett Finn, 7, and Jackson Slade, 10 -- pose at the premiere of Real Steel, held Sunday at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, Calif. "It's nice to have alone time, but inevitably, we get up in the morning and wonder what the kids are doing," former Heroes star Pasdar, 46, says of vacationing with his wife. "It's great having these two little boys. Our life is completely wrapped around the children, and I can't imagine it any other way." RELATED: Family Photo: The Maines-Pasdars - Ahoy, Matey!

A little non-Halloween loveliness for those of you who prefer treats to tricks. It’s the third trailer for Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey’s Dolce & Gabbana ad, which was directed by Martin Scorsese. The anticipation is killing us!

The Huffington Post rounded up some of the cutest little-kids-as-Chanel-bags costumes. If you didn’t know that was a thing, it is, and it’s so cute we want one for ourselves (the costume, not the kid).