Sunday, 27 October 2013

Kitty Cat | Halloween costume ideas series | Holy Chic


Hey guys!

Today, I am doing my final Halloween costume ideas post which I have been doing over the past week. I have had so much fun making these for you guys and have received a lot of positive feedback from them so thank you very much for that! I hope  a week is long enough for you to get an outfit together and that its inexpensive for you as that was the aim of these posts all along. And I also hope there is enough variety for you to pick from. I have done five others of these posts so check the end of the post to see the links for those and I will just show you the sixth and final Halloween costume idea.
You  guessed again from the picture, I am going to show you how you can get a cat look. This one is really simple but still one of the all time last minute Halloween costume ideas. The pictures and the links to where I got everything from are down below but they are just a guide as to where you can get similar things to match the outfit and also I have given you a makeup inspiration look where the link for that is below too because I thought it was really cool and you can see it a little bit more closely. Most of these things again I'm sure you have in your wardrobe already or you can find them in Primark and perhaps just the finishing accessories like the ones shown in the picture will complete the outfit. If you can walk in heels all night go for it or opt for some black boots/flats and the ones in the main picture a re a guide.

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  I hope you enjoyed this and thanks for reading. I’m sorry that this little series has come to an end but I hope you enjoyed it while it lasted and can get into the spirit of Halloween and I hope I have been as helpful as possible.

If none of my ideas shown are to your taste, I apologise but I just wanted to switch it up from your typical witch or devil etc. however there are so many other costumes you could do such as:  nerd, a school girl, batman/batgirl, a female boxer, a care bear etc. (I think those are pretty good other options! )

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 See you guys with a new post very soon! I have tons planned for you all J

Byee

A x

Saturday, 26 October 2013

Female Referee | Halloween costume ideas series | Holy Chic


Hey guys!

Today, I am going to do my fifth in a just over a week long series of Halloween costume ideas. There have been four other costume ideas posts this week so you can have a scroll around my blog for more costume inspiration. Hopefully I can cut the huge price tag too for you guys and that you can still use some of these pieces long after Halloween. so I hope you enjoy things and I will just get straight into the costume idea.
 

I am going to show you how you can get a female referee look. The pictures and the links to where I got everything from are down below but they are just a guide as to where you can get similar things to match the outfit. I found this one a lot more difficult to find things but you can always do a DIY black and white striped top to match the picture shown more correctly. Obviously you can switch for the trousers/skirt depending on temperature or how much skin you want to show. Personally, I think that heels are just not appropriate for this look but its totally up to you if you want to wear some but you can just go for some high top converses or these high top flatforms shown in the picture. Items mentioned in this post with links:

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I hope this was useful to you and something quick and easy for you to do and that you enjoyed this post. The final episode of this Halloween costume ideas series will be up tomorrow and I hope that you have enjoyed seeing these over the course of this week. Thank you for sending me suggestions for the looks for me to recreate for you guys.

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See you guys tomorrow!

Byee

A x

Friday, 25 October 2013

Where's Wally | Halloween costume ideas series | Holy Chic


Hey guys!

Today, I am going to do my fourth in a week long series of Halloween costume ideas. There have been three other costume ideas posts this week so you can have a scroll around my blog for more costume inspiration. Hopefully I can cut the huge price tag too for you guys and that you can still use some of these pieces long after Halloween. so I hope you enjoy thins and I will just get straight into the costume idea.



Yes as you will have guessed from the picture, I am going to show you how you can get a Where’s Wally look whether you want to be the male or female version. The pictures and the links to where I got everything from are down below but they are just a guide as to where you can get similar things to match the outfit like the top I have shown isn't really a good match and is so over priced and I'm sure you could try a costume shop or maybe even Primark to get something so much cheaper. Obviously the jeans/skirt are not as bright as perhaps wally would have them but I wanted this to be able to fit back into your wardrobe after Halloween but you can get a similar coloured one. If you can walk in heels all night go for it and go for some brown/black boots or red heels but I personally went for flats e.g. converses which you can find in Primark for like £3. the beanie and the glasses would be a great touch to the outfit. I suggest getting the hat from the link below and the glasses you can easily get from Primark for like £1.

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 I hope this was useful to you and something quick and easy for you to do. I hope you enjoyed this post. There may be another post tomorrow if you send in your suggestions ASAP so that I can create a simple look for you guys! all suggestions are welcome.

I hope you enjoyed this and thanks for reading


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See you guys tomorrow!

Byee

A x

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