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Get the look: Witch

by Silky

Greetings! Halloween is just around the corner and, since it is my favorite holiday, I’m so excited! I wanted to share my excitement with you, my lovely readers, by giving you a couple of easy and stylish costume ideas.

I always wanted to dress up as a witch! The most amazing thing about the whole look is that you can easily create it by adding some key items to your favorite clothes! That is just what I did by using this fabulous dress from The Gothic Shop! The dress is one of my all time favorites and you have seen me using it for so many different looks, it is so amazingly versatile! What makes this dress so extra special is the corset cut that gives it a super feminine silhouette and beautiful feather details on the chest.

For this look, I used a simple but effective hat and a pair of really cool stockings, from Phaze Clothing. The hat has a metal structure which allows for sculpting and styling it in many different ways. Instant witchy vibes are guaranteed! Finally, I finished off the look with this amazing necklace from Curiology! I am so proud to be Curiology’s brand ambassador! Their designs are fresh and innovative, they use only the highest quality materials for their products and pay enormous attention to details in order to produce the best possible jewelry! Check out their store to get your own wickedly amazing jewelry to compliment your perfect Halloween outfit! And if you use code ‘silky10’ you will have 10% off your order!

If you are more inclined to wear a pre-made costume for the Halloween party, instead of mixing and matching something from your wardrobe, Phazeclothing has your back! Just check out this awesome number! Both red and black fabric are so similar to silk, super comfy, really stylish and extra shiny. Design and silhouette are so cute and a bit romantic. Also, the length of the dress works perfectly with this awesome pair of Phazeclothing stockings!

Get the look:

Dress: The Gothic Shop
Hat, stockings & costume: Phazeclothing
Jewellery: Curiology

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