So the dreaded day is upon us, and suddenly it becomes apparent that we all have to start
thinking panicking about the costumes that we hadn’t planned. A time for stocking up on sweets and carving pumpkins for the the sheer entertainment of trick or treaters. All in the name of good fun, I have collated some images of the more fashion friendly costume ideas I have found for all you fashionistas. I will be working this Halloween, thus I will not be attempting any of these looks my self so I will leave it to you to enjoy these and comment telling me what you’re doing this Halloween. xox
Choose this one and you could have the only genuinely scary outfit in the building – best dressed. How you dress it up I will leave to you and your imaginations.
Saw: This one is very creative, very impressive and (although it may not look it) easy, easier than than constructing a full blown costume!
This Halloween/fancy dress look is growing increasingly popular and I know why.. It’s easy yet really effective with some face paint and a sharpie – or something a little less permanent.
These Medusa and Black Swan inspired looks are simple but I can 97% guarantee all the other Tinker Bell’s, Bunnies and Cavewomen wouldn’t have thought of it.
This creative, artistic take on the classic tiger revamps the typical halloween costume into a very sophisticated impressive version.
It’s that time of year again, dressing up, Halloween parties, trick or treating.. Agonising nights spent with black eyeliner and white face paint only to decide, I’ll just be a doll instead. Well this year I’ve come to the conclusion that with a little more effort (and money) all of us can make halloween a little bit more high fashion – a little bit more impressive.