Email with questions, comments, or concerns. Powered by Blogger.

7 Halloween Costumes for the Fashion Girl

Kendall Jenner and a friend dressed as Karl Lagerfeld and his cat in 2015.

I have always been a huge fan of Halloween. I can probably blame my mom for my Halloween enthusiasm because it is her all-time favorite holiday by far, and I grew up with her going all out year after year. She has the wild Martha Stewart Spooky Scary Sounds album (you can listen to the YouTube clip here) that she would play literally on full blast on our record player throughout the house all night long, until like midnight, with our house decked out, lights dim... it was so over the top but so fun, and something that I always think about when I look back on Halloween. Typing that out, I'm realizing it might be a little weird to have such vivid memories from what some people consider a random holiday, but that's just how dedicated my mom is to Halloween!

That said, our family devotion to Halloween always had us striving to come up with creative costumes that exceeded the standards of your average witch, ghost, etc. My personal favorite was one year when I was little my mom and I were GoGo girls and got thigh-high white GoGo boots, mod dresses, huge colorful jewelry, and boas and went matching. It was so cute! I wish I had a photo to share!!

I came up with what I find pretty fun and creative halloween costumes, and I am so excited to share them with you all. The best part? They're all fabulously chic. Pictured at the top of this post is Kendall Jenner dressed as Karl Lagerfeld, accompanied by a friend dressed as Karl's infamous little cat. Is that not the chicest halloween costume you have ever seen? My personal favorite in this post: a "Super Chic Bunny"! I can't even imagine what else you would call it besides, "Super Chic Bunny". You may or may not now know what I plan to dress as... 

Super Chic Bunny (my fave!) // these ears + polka dot bodysuit + black skirt + bunny tail

Leopard costumes in the 1960s

Leopard // faux fur jacket + leopard masquerade mask + faux leather pants + velvet black booties

Kate Moss in sequins at her 30th birthday party

Disco Queen (circa Studio 54) // sequin dress + disco choker + hoop earrings + bright platform booties

Brandi Cyrus as a unicorn in 2016

Unicorn // white bodysuit + metallic mini skirt + unicorn headband (or this option) + unicorn hair glitter

Mary-Kate Olsen as the moon in 2008

Moon // metallic slip dress + shiny headband + body glitter spray + silver star choker or this cool layer choker/lariat set

British model Twiggy (Leslie Hornby) in the 1960s

Twiggy (or a 60s girl) // mod shift dress + little mod heels + ball drop earrings

Okay, this last one is kind of basic, but I love it too much to exclude it:
Cher from Clueless // plaid skirt + white blouse + yellow blazer + thigh high socks

What are you planning to be for Halloween? Do you have a favorite of these 7?!

1 comment

  1. OMG love these ideas! Can't wait to try them during Halloweek ;)


Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment, I love hearing your thoughts! xo