A few years back, I posted a couple of high fashion Halloween costumes (Witch & Aphrodite). When I say high fashion I simply mean that they were more style-oriented instead of costume-oriented, something not as practical but very fashionable for Halloween. I featured items that are not particularly my style anymore, but my big takeaway was that there is something special to be said for Halloween costumes from your current closet. Most importantly, when the holiday is over the items go back to their everyday wear without causing additional waste or costing you extra money.
With Fall’s current trends of bell sleeves and thigh high boots, this costume should be easy to replicate.
A stylish and easy take on the classic lumberjack look. The boots are definitely my favorite part.
I think as soon as leggings came back, this became a go-to for an easy Halloween costume. I would personally nix the red heels, but if you own some anyway, why not go for it?
How easy is this? The anchor piece and boat shoes are a nice nod to looking nautical enough to pull it off. Some red lipstick might give it a little oomph.
An updated version of this classic movie character, using items that work well with a day-to-day Fall wardrobe.
This costume would be even better with suspenders, but works fine without. I don’t own any and don’t know any female that wears them on a regular basis, so I thought they weren’t a necessity for this look.
I really, really, love the look of this costume, it’s so easy and the dress is absolutely stunning. I’d wear every single one of these pieces individually as well.
Have you ever created a Halloween costume from your closet? I’d love to hear about it!