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DIY Halloween Costumes // FAYE SMITH

Halloween DIY costumes k Halloween is right around the corner! It is that time of year that we have always loved since childhood. Those were the times we spent getting dressed up, going to scary parties, and knocking on neighbou’s doors shouting “Trick or Treat!” Now, we love the idea of taking some of your existing wardrobe and transforming it into a stylish, classic Halloween costume.

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What to wear is always the biggest challenge. Lately, the norm is to be as scandalous as you can with your halloween get-up, but that’s just not for everyone. Another theme of outfits that seem to be all over the shelves nowadays is Halloween versions of Alice In Wonderland and Little Red Riding Hood, but those can seem too sweet & not spooky enough.When I was a little girl, all I wanted to dress up as was a witch, not a fairy tale or Disney character. Nevertheless, with our busy student schedules, and lack of money to throw away on just one fancy dress outfit, why not buy clothes that you can dress up to suit one of the classic Halloween personas this year? This way, you have a brand new outfit that can be worn more than once a year.

Do some trick or treating for good by collecting donations for UNICEF instead of candy this year!

The female version of the Devil is deemed to be sexy, powerful, and the ultimate ‘Lady in Red’. Instead of buying a tacky PVC dress, or the shortest red skirt imaginable, go towards the more elegant look with a slinky red maxidress and red stilettos.

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La Petite Fashionista Magazine Issue #5  

The inspiring fall issue of LPF Mag featuring a Glam Halloween soiree, Slow Cooker Dinners, Fall Fashion trends & more!

La Petite Fashionista Magazine Issue #5  

The inspiring fall issue of LPF Mag featuring a Glam Halloween soiree, Slow Cooker Dinners, Fall Fashion trends & more!

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