I may not be in your team but I figure you´re excited for Halloween, the time of the year when you can dress bewitching outfits. I say I´m not in the team because we don´t celebrate this festival, for religious reasons, but that doesn´t mean I can´t give you ideas of what to wear. If you girls are still unsure on your getup, here are some last minute inspirations you could use. Plus, these pieces aren´t overly scary, you can still repurpose them past Halloween.
Metallic Lace Blouse and Skater Skirt
There´s nothing scary about lace, it´s cute and dainty, but that´s unless you wear it with all black, especially layering a black tank under a see-through light colored lace. Well, that´s exactly what this look is about. A metallic lace top with contrast black collar and cuffs worn with a black patent skater skirt and black pumps. There´s just too much black in this look that you seem like sporting a woman´s vintage, haunted outfit.
Red Lace Cutout Peplum Dress
Want to look like a vampire muse? Here´s the right dress, a hot red peplum with side cutouts and lace on the right places. I know, “what´s with the lace?” you ask. I´ve no idea. This dress just speaks volume about dangerous innocence that shines out sweet on the surface and you´d get trapped, but that there´s this silent evil underneath. Add a lace clutch and peep-toe pumps to keep things look gorgeous. You´re out to trap victims, remember?
Lace Insert Black Skinny Jeans
So witches can look punk too but in a girly manner. These laces insert black skinny jeans probably is the coolest outfit you could wear this Halloween. The peek of lace underneath the denim gives hint to mystery. Add a touch of print through your top then finish off with studded clutch bags and ankle boots with lots of attitude.
Leather, Spike and Studs
If you prefer to play the good side, this black and white combo accessorized with enough studs and spikes, is a great option for you. Simply wear a white button down with a black leather skirt, add a studded detachable collar, spike ring, and lace up black ankle boots.
What do you think of these looks? What are you wearing for Halloween?