10 Stylish Halloween Costumes

10 easy to create stylish Halloween costumes for the ladies who want to look cute, not creepy!

Halloween parties are just around the corner, but who wants to look like a witch, ghoul or member of the undead?

**Raises hand**

Thought so!

Luckily, we are on your side and we’re here to bring you 10 stylish Halloween costumes that are cute, on-trend and easy to recreate.

After all, who wants to go to a party looking like a corpse?

1.Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffanys


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It doesn’t get much more chic than Audrey Hepburn in breakfast at Tiffanys! Best of all, this costume uses pieces you are likely to already have in your closet!

As for the cigar, make one out of a pencil!

You will need:

  • A little black dress
  • A statement necklace
  • Black gloves
  • Tiara or jewelled hair piece
  • Statement jewel studs
  • DIY cigar/ pencil

2. Gypsy


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Boho is still all the rage, making the gypsy a very stylish Halloween costume indeed!

You will need:


3. Mary Poppins


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If it’s good enough for Lauren Conrad, it’s good enough for us!

We bet that you already own a black skirt, black heels and a white shirt. All this one needs is a bow tie, a top hat and an umbrella!

You will need:

  • White shirt
  • Black skirt
  • Black tights
  • Black heels
  • Red bow tie
  • Umbrella
  • Black hat
  • Red flower (for hat)

4. Mime


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Although mimes can be pretty creepy, they can be totally sexy too! A striped top and overalls make this stylish halloween costume super easy to recreate using pieces you already have.

You will need:

  • Black overalls
  • Black and white striped tank top
  • Black boots
  • Beret
  • 1 x red scarf

5. Unicorn

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - OCTOBER 28: Actress Jenna Dewan Tatum arrives to the Casamigos Halloween Party at a private residence on October 28, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Casamigos Tequila)

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Don’t pack away your white Summer dress just yet! Layer it up with tights and go as a magical unicorn!

The horn can easily be made with a silver scarf and rolled up cardboard.

You will need:

  • White dress
  • White tights
  • White shoes
  • DIY horn

6. Butterfly Snapchat Filter


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This has to be the easiest of all our stylish Halloween costume, as it’s just hair and makeup!

Rock your fave party dress and adorn your hair with glittery gold butterflies and voila!

7. Pineapple


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Got a bright yellow dress and intermediate craft skills? This pineapple costume is cute and creative!

Fake leaves are a fantastic way to make the spiked head piece.

You will need:

  • Yellow dress
  • Retro sunglasses (optional)
  • Spiky head piece

8. Regina George


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The queen bee from the iconic film may have a few different looks, but we are loving this back brace Regina costume!

You will need:

  • Strapless pink dress
  • Fake flowers
  • DIY back brace

9. Marilyn Monroe


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It doesn’t get sexier than Marilyn Monroe in that white dress!

Get yourself a white halter dress, some red lipstick and get ready to be the most stylish lady at the party.

You will need:

  • White halter dress
  • Red lipstick
  • Silver heels
  • Statement gem studs

10. Wednesday Addams


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Although the youngest member of the Addams family is kind of creepy, she’s still quite stylish!

You will need:

  • White shirt
  • Black long sleeved dress or black long sleeved top and black skirt
  • Black tights
  • Black brogues

After more Halloween stylish Halloween costumes? Here’s 10 cute halloween costumes that are surpisingly easy.

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10 Cute Halloween Costumes That Are Surprisingly Easy

Remember that scene in ‘Mean Girls’ when Lindsay Lohan entered the party looking like a demented corpse bride? That is our worst nightmare right now! Luckily, cute Halloween costumes can be easier than you think and can often be created using pieces that you can wear again and again.

Halloween may be all about blood and death, but that’s just not us! Here’s 10 cute Halloween costumes that are surprisingly easy to recreate.



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Suede and fringe are all the rage right now! If that wasn’t enough of a reason to invest in them, they can also be put together to create a stunning Pocohontas costume.

Opt for a suede, fringe embellished top or skirt, than cinch in with a brown leather waist belt. Recreate her iconic necklace with blue ribbon and a plain pendant.

Daenerys Targaryen


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Costumes don’t get much more stunning than the Mother of Dragons. Best of all? You can recreate it with a versatile Grecian maxi dress. Tie a scarf between your shoulders, such as our solid color scarf, to recreate her cape. Finally, curl your hair into effortless waves and add a Daenerys style braid.

1950s Rockabilly Babe


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This 1950s costume is about as easy as Halloween costumes come! Begin with a high waisted flared midi skirt or a pencil skirt and team with a bustier or collared top. Polka dots and gingham are a sure fire way to get this one right! Finish with a bold red lip, a hair bouffant and a silk hair scarf. Our artistic print silk scarf has 1950s chic written all over it!



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This one is perfect for any makeup moguls! This cute and sculpted deer makeup can easily be recreated with a highlighting and contouring kit.  Add a cute pair of antlers or even braid your hair into two ‘ears’. So cute!

As for the costume, a brown top or dress will suffice. Hardcore costume-ers can stick felt circles onto the back of a brown jumpsuit for a more authentic Bambi look.

Haute Hippy

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With so many gorgeous bohemian pieces around at the moment, a stunning hippy costume is really easy to put together. The general rule is the more textures and fabrics the merrier. Opt for suede, lace and bold prints. Embellish with chunky belts, lashings of jewellery, flower crows and hair pieces. Finally, drape a floral scarf, such as the Spring Flowers Wool Scarf over your shoulders for a final touch of effortless 70s style.

Greek Goddess


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Got a white maxi dress or even a sheet? Boom! Your Halloween costume is sorted!

Turn a white maxi into a stunning Greek goddess outfit with chunky gold arm cuffs, gold leaf crowns and gladiator sandals. All of these pieces will make wonderful additions to your outfit too.

Cookie Monster


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If you’re after cute Halloween costumes that no one else will never even consider, look no further than this cookies monster ensemble! Simply take a blue t-shirt and attach two felt circles for eyes. Then do your best art with a permanent marker. Add a blue tutu or skirt and embellish with cute cookies.



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This leopard costume is another one for the makeup moguls! Team this stunning face makeup with a cheetah print outfit and you will look grrr-eat!! (Sorry: had to!)

If you don’t have any animal print clothes in your wardrobe, this leopard print scarf is the answer to all your problems.



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Fear not: this scarecrow costume is anything but Jeepers Creepers! All it takes is a plaid shirt, some distressed denim and a bandana. Our stripe print scarf would be a great addition to your scarecrow costume!

Then all that is left to do is add a hat and get funky with some facepaint!

Marilyn Monroe


How to guarantee you’ll have the cutest costume at the party? Recreate the most iconic look of the sexiest woman alive.

Recreate Miss Monroe’s famous ‘Seven Year Itch’ look with a white, halter neck dress. Add red lippy, pearl earrings and tightly curled hair and you’re ready to go! Watch out for those pesky vents though!

Which of these cute Halloween costumes takes your fancy? Happy Halloween!




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5 Spooky Halloween Table Layouts To try

It’s October, and although the stores may be starting to show signs of Christmas and Thanksgiving, we have our sights solely set on Halloween. Fun, theatrical and a total excuse to be a kid whether you’re 8 or 80, Halloween provides the perfect excuse for us to let our hair down! In between planning our outfits, and searching for fake blood, we have come across some incredible Halloween table layouts that are sure to give your home that spooky edge!

Whether you’re having an at-home Halloween party, or just want to embrace the fun spirit of the season, these spooky Halloween table layouts have got you covered!

For The Kids

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Halloween is made for kids, but to ensure the poor little ones don’t get nightmares, child-appropriate Halloween table layouts are a must! Keep the blood and gore aside and instead opt for cute ghosts, cartoon monsters and the odd eye ball here and there.

This Halloween table layout is a great example! It’s fun, colorful and still incorporates the ghoulish element of Halloween, but keeps it G-rated. Recreate by giving your table a black base with a table cloth. We recommend our hand embroidered rectangular tablecloth.  Add a sheer, spider-web like table runner and add a vibrant, orange-hued backdrop. The little ghosts can be recreated with cotton wool or by covering a stool with a white sheet.

Add cartoon monster stickers to elements of the decor to keep it fun and vibrant. Monster-themed foods and sweet treats will be a hit with the little ones!

For The Faint Hearted

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If you want to keep your party spooky, but not too gorey, this orange and black Halloween table layout is for you! The food is still Halloween themed, yet isn’t as body-part orientated as many other table layouts.

Give your table a pumpkin-hued base with an orange table cloth. Add a striped black and white backdrop for something reminiscent of beetle juice. If your table doesn’t allow for a backdrop, opt for our monochrome two tone embroidered placements for the same vibe.

This table-scape is all about the serving presentation! Give black bowls eyes and legs and turn them into spiders, serve chilli or soup in mini cauldrons and scatter creepy crawlies around the table.

For The Family

orange and black halloween table layout with halloween tree

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Fun and easy Halloween table layouts can be a hit with the whole family! This simple orange and black layout is cheap to re-create, yet is still striking and fun.

Begin by adding a black table cloth to your table. Next, add two orange table runners for a pop of pumpkin.   Recreate this Halloween ‘tree’ by placing several large twigs in a transparent vase. Hand skeletons and spiderwebs on the twigs and add some fake arachnids to make it look super creepy.

One of the best things about the above layout is the way that the food has been organized by colors. Make it as striking as possible by placing white and orange foods on the black part of the table and vice versa.

For The Adults


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You’re never too old for Halloween, but perhaps some of the childlike Halloween table layouts don’t really float your boat? This vintage and gothic table layout is perfect for a classy murder mystery themed Halloween do, or just an adult get together.

To make it unexpectedly creepy, begin to decorate your table with an air of vintage romance. A clean, white tablecloth and tall candles give the air of an ancient mansion.

Cover your candlesticks in faux cobwebs, add wispery cotton candy to wine glasses and watch your adult-appropriate Hallloween night unfold.


For The Dare Devils

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If you are not squeamish and your guests have a good sense of humor, this dead body food platter might make your Halloween party one to remember!

Splatter an old pair of jeans and a shirt with blood, then add takeaway containers filled with meat to create faux organs.

This one is a NO if you have children though, it’s just a little bit too scary!

Our Halloween Picks

We’ve got your Halloween table layouts covered, from pumpkin-hued runners, to gothic tablecloths, let us help you get that decor look you want.

Jacquard Floral Table Runner

Jacquard floral table runner


Modern squares table cloth

Rustic Orange

Hand painted deluxe floral table runner

Sophisticated two tone embroidered placemats


Floral paisley placemats



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