Halloween Costumes for the Style Obsessed

Level up your costume this Halloween! We rounded up style and also beauty picks worth investing on even when the party’s over.

Morticia Addams

You better bring justice to first lady of Halloween. Find the perfect black dress like a Mango wrapped gown then pair it with sophisticated heels that is Charles & Keith pointed pumps. For your makeup, draw attention to the eyes with The Face Shop Ink Graffiti brush pen liner and the lips using MAC Retro Matte lipstick in Ruby Woo.


Daria is no doubt the queen of deadpan. Channel the iconic ‘90s character wearing Uniqlo supima cotton crewneck short sleeve T in orange under your H&M modal-blend parka jacket. Match it with a Zara black pleated skirt and Doc Martens black boots. Daria doesn’t wear makeup so if you still want to put something on the face, Happy Skin Shut Up and Kiss Me lippie in Lost in Paradise just has the right light shade for you. Oh and don’t forget H&M glasses to ace your costume.

Frida Kahlo

If you’re invited to an artsy-themed party, you don’t need to think twice when dressing up as renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. A Zara floral print dress and CLN Chunli flat sandals combo would look good on you. Bring a Parfois basic scarf in the loudest pink color as possible to complement your H&M Alice band and Parfois Nostalgia Rose earrings. Your Frida Kahlo aesthetic should have a strong eyebrow game. Snoe What’s Up Brow 3D eyebrow setting mascara in Ochre is your best bet to get the look. Also opt for a rosy glow using Snoe Glam Jam lip and cheek plumper tint in Bubblegum.


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