Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Tilda Swinton Nov. 5, 1960 We consider Swinton a style scorpion—her fashion sense is that killer. Watch for her in next year's comedy Trainwreck, written by another FLARE fave—Amy Schumer!
This Month, Scorpio, Follow Your Intuition Your spidey senses are extra keen; use them to detect new career opportunities … and also to determine the answer to a potentially life-altering proposition.
How to Handle A Scorpio Who...
Wants To Be Friends More Than You Do: Scorpios often have trouble taking “no” for an answer. Or think standoffishness is merely a sign that you need convincing. It’s best to deal with the issue firmly and directly, as she respects people who challenge her. What You Should Say: “Thank you for the invite, but I’m totally overbooked on the social side these days.”
Whom You’ve Cheated On: It’s game over as far as your partner is concerned. Your only hope is to provide a very good explanation—if you have one. Even then, it could take a looonnnng time to resurrect trust and earn forgiveness. What You Should Say: “I’m really, really sorry, and it will never happen again. When you’re ready I’d like a chance to explain.”
You Wish Would Let You In More: Scorpio is the most private and secretive of the signs. Don’t be pushy; it’ll only make her suspect that you’re up to something. Instead, expressions of loyalty count for a lot. What You Should Say: “Need a lift to the airport? I’m free all day, so just let me know.”