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If you enjoy Halloween, you undoubtedly find it disappointing that it only lasts for one day. How could you possibly pick just one unique Halloween costume out of the countless gorgeous accessories and wonderful potential costumes?
We completely understand if you don't have the time or simply don't want to dress up on October 31 each year, but there's no reason to ruin the fun. We've put together 15 distinct festive looks you may rock without dressing up as the stereotypical sleazy businessman or satirical pun. Here are some adorable, understated ways to incorporate Halloween into your clothing for females who want to get into the Halloween spirit a little early.
Pop culture has made superheroes more popular than ever, leading to an abundance of t-shirt options. You can easily put together a cute costume-like look by pairing your favorite superhero t-shirt with whatever makes you feel most comfortable (we recommend jeans). Also, some Best Halloween jewelry.
This bold, trendy makeup choice gives you the freedom to call it festive. To make a statement for the evening, you can choose to be as dramatic or as conservative as you like.
Since we all know that ugly sweater parties are huge around Christmas, why not wear them earlier? Feel free to channel your inner Grandma and wear the silliest sweater you can find.
These two combinations go well with just about anything, including jeans, leggings, a blouse, and a t-shirt. Boom. It's that easy.
Nobody will doubt your Halloween spirit if you wear a standard black manicure with an orange jack-o-lantern on the accent nail.
Since skulls have recently become a very popular trend, it shouldn't be too difficult to find them on bracelets, rings, or earrings in any major retailer. You can add Stainless Steel Halloween Skull Necklace to edify.
Have you ever wondered if you could rock pink tips, à la Lauren Conrad? This is your chance to try something without feeling guilty.
It's easy: Simply choose a look and stick with it. Make yourself stand out, whether it's with all-black, mismatched, or animal print, and you'll be playing along just fine.
Choose your favorite characters, such as Sandy from Grease or a Disney Princess, then match your clothing's hues and accessories to reflect that person's sense of fashion. It's kind of like a costume, but it won't seem forced.
Create a cute Halloween-themed bow, cat ears, a little witch hat, a bat headband, or cat ears.
Wear an orange sweater with black pants, or accessorize with an orange statement necklace.
This spider necklace is quite unsettling. Discover a cute necklace to make yourself or purchase one from the store (Claire's has a tonne of cute selections). It will slightly evoke Halloween in your clothing.
T-shirts with Jack-O-Lantern designs make simple pumpkin costumes. Find one from Walmart, Target, etc., or make your own by painting one on a simple orange t-shirt. Try to add a Halloween Gothic Pumpkin Bracelet to enhance the look.
A modest Halloween-themed manicure. Additionally, you can continue wearing it after October 31 to *slightly* lengthen the Halloween season.
You don't want to commit to a costume by painting your full face? You can still dabble with makeup, though. If you're feeling daring, try an orange or purple lip color or a cat eye for major feline vibes.
Make your Halloween more beautiful by doing Halloween Online Shopping and creating a charming look. Make your look more spooky with a style effect only by shopping for some funky and jazzy accessories from a store well known for its quality and price - Kandere, the one, and only online fashion jewelry store.
Wear dramatic makeup and all-black attire. You don't need to dress up, but if you want to try to look festive on October 31, wear all black (for some reason, that feels Halloweeny), and apply some theatrical makeup. You're prepared to leave.
You must, in fact, dress in a unique Halloween costume. Attending a party where the theme has been planned by the host means doing your best to follow that theme.
Well, the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain is where the practice of dressing up began. To fend off ghosts, people would build bonfires and dress up horrifyingly. On this day, according to their beliefs, the "forcefield" that keeps all of the spirits contained breaks down, allowing them to roam freely at night.
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