Halloween essentials!

Halloween essentials! 1

Happy first of the month, it’s finally October! And wow has that come around fast.

We had a gap last month from blogging as we were really busy with our fashion show, which went extremely well and the clothes we picked out looked stunning on the models.

To think, in 2 months time it will be Christmas, even though many supermarkets have already started selling Christmas stock and advent calendars.

So, Halloween…

The best thing about Dressado is that no matter what season, or time of the year it is. We have something for everyone and every time of the year.

First up!

For those of you going for a fallen angel, goth  fancy dress costume this little number will be perfect as all you need is a few extra props, blood and you are sorted!

We then have a vampire style, velvet dress with lace detail on the neckline to split it up which would look amazing with red contacts and some fangs!

This number is more for a cat style look! Add  a few whiskers, tail and ears and you are ready to go! It has a lovely keyhole detail as well and a long sleeve to keep warm as it’s a short dress. Super glittery! To be seen in the dark.

For those of you that prefer a less scary look and more a “character vibe” this dress would be very suited to a Greek goddess look! Or as Cleopatra!

We then have a gorgeous blue dress that would be perfect for a zombie bride! As it has the wedding style dress with layers and a lovely long trail behind with a gorgeous boob tube bodice. Add a veil and some blood! Perfect..

Lastly, if you are going full out bride mode this gorgeous lace dress is perfect! Once you add some makeup and blood! This is stunning and you will be in costume but still look really beautiful! And you can definitely re wear this. In fact all of these choices can be reworn.

So at Dressado, we are super versatile and provide things from beachwear, to Halloween and Christmas and all sorts so we are here throughout the whole year! Stay tuned for next months issue on winter clothes including all things turtleneck, fur coats and knee high boots!

Written by Phoebe Lourdes