Different fashion looks for Halloween. If dressing up in costumes for Halloween is not your thing then we have a few looks to cheat the holiday dress code.
For some people, dressing up in scary and imaginative costumes is a big deal. They really want to be seen to be in the party spirt.
For others it’s a nightmare and just can’t be bothered with all the fuss. Help is at hand for those of you ladies who enjoy Halloween without all the razzmatazz of dressing up.
There are a few ways to style your look without going overboard. We at fashion.ie have put together a few looks for you to consider this Halloween.
Choose a novelty knit
A novelty knit is a lazy but sure way to dress for Halloween. Lots of the fashion retailers cater for jumpers or tops that are Halloween themed.
Knits can be worn with leggings or jeans. They are great for any daytime casual look. This sweater from Next is form the lady who likes the subtle Halloween look. It’s available in different colours to suit your own taste. It acts as great layering to keep you warm.
The black party dress
For the woman who really wants to stand out in the crowd then the black dress look is another option. The black dress is a perfect for Halloween for ladies who want to stand out from the crowd and be noticed.
It shows your commitment to dressing up for the occasion which is fun. The trick is to keep your look subtle but effective. Pleated cuffs and thrills are effective.
This Star by Julien Macdonald -Black Textured Pleated Knee Length Dress from Debenhams Ireland is a great choice.
It’s stylish but not over the top. Keep your look sophisticated.
Halloween T-shirt or Tee
A great choice as not too much effort required. The tee or T-Shirt shows you have at least made some type of effort to dress for the occasion.
Depending on your character, you can choose big and bold symbols or keep it low key. Simple is best if you are trying to maintain a sensible fashion look.
We like this Little Ghost Tee from NastyGal. Paired with jeans, legging or skirt. Subtle but effective.Don’t forget to accessorise.
Different fashion looks for Halloween