Halloween is the only night of the year that us grown up, responsible adults (oi! Stop laughing…) can throw off the boring adult clothes that society demands we wear and go wild with creativity; drafting up plans to create the best costumes our inner child can conjure up. Or, if you’re anything like me this year, you ain’t got time for that!
Truth is, your Halloween outfit can be sorted quickly and easily with a few tweaks of your current wardrobe: A spooky accessory here, some vampy make-up there and you’re set to go. In fact, you don’t even need to leave the house to get your creep on.
Spooky Night In
My plan for Halloween this year is to stock up on popcorn, tuck myself under the duvet and catch up on Stranger Things and maybe a horror flick or two. Thanks to ASOS, us anti-social types don’t have to miss out of the fun. ASOS has had tons of amazing plus size nightwear in stock recently. They even have a Halloween range!
You don’t have to get spooky though. You could go for the superhero look with these caped Wonder Woman socks from Sock Shop. There’s nothing scary about these bat slipper from ASOS. They’re so adorable!
Casual Lazy Halloween Clothes
Stores have gone Skeleton crazy this year with loads of boney designs on offer. These dresses are the ultimate lazy girls Halloween outfit. Just throw on and go!
I’m not usually one for slogan t-shirts, but I love New Look’s plus size Halloween range. How awesome is this Basic Witches tee?
eBay is a god send for last minute props and fashion items. If you like the shape of this plus size smock dress then pop over the the store and check out their other Halloween prints.
Leggings or tights with a Halloween print can make it look like you’ve made the effort, without actually making any effort at all. Perfect!
Trigger your arachnophobic mates by sticking a googly eyed spider in your hair.
I’m considering buying one of these bat hoody/body suits to wear around the house. Seriously, how snug does this look? An on-point autumn look if you ask me.
You can go all out with your Halloween make-up, or you can go easy-mode: Pale and vampy. Manic Panic’s black lip gloss double as a crucifix: Essential for banishing unwanted guests from the party. For the face, Lunatic Cosmetic Labs HD pressed powder will help tone down any fading tan that’s left over from summer. It has the bonus of being shaped like a ouija board planchette, making you appear dark and mysterious and as you powder your nose long after Halloween.
Keep an eye out for my last minute plus size Halloween costume guide coming later today!