The Lazy Girl's Guide To Halloween Fashion

For some people, celebrating Halloween means dressing up, but for some of you ladies who don't want to do that, you can adopt an alternative style.
For Halloween you don't have to go over the top with styling, but you can keep your look sophisticated and still look ready for the night without having to resort to wearing a costume if you don't feel like wearing one.

Cat ears and eyeliner
I don't go out for Halloween but if I did cat ears and eyeliner would be my go-to products. Some people think that it's a boring look but I don't care, I like it. Get a pair of lace cat ears and create the perfect winged eyeliner.

Spooky jumpers and tops
I love prints, and a lot of fashion retailers at the moment are selling Halloween-printed items: bats, pumpkins, ghosts, skulls, etc. Take your pick.

Eerie jewellery and accessories
A lot of fashion retailers are selling statement jewellery pieces and accessories shaped in Halloween symbols, like skull earrings, bat-printed chokers and spiderweb-shaped earrings.

If you are going to a masquerade ball then I think a dark-coloured lace or glitter mask is a great accessory with a ballgown dress.

Velvet-textured or glittery clutches work as a great accessory with any 'feminine' Halloween outfits.

How will you style yourself for Halloween?


  1. cat ears and a black dress for me this year! hehe. I looove that asos tshirt too! XX

  2. I'm going all out with French Connection Winter rouge dress and plan b M&S half velvet dress with red velvet coat (little red riding hood)or lastly plan c next Happy Halloween top jeggings and cat ears :D

  3. Winter rouge French Connection dress plan b half velvet dress with red velvet coat (little red riding hood) plan c happy Halloween top jeggings and cat ears :D