Just a few days before Halloween and I still don’t have my costume for the night. Typically me. Every Halloween Eve I am thinking, how many ideas I have for the next 31st October. However, I never go through them, as I usually don’t remember what I thought off. To be honest, I've never really bought an actual costume for Halloween, because why would I want to spend £30 for something I will wear for only two hours and then it won’t even go in a charity shop. Therefore, I've always tried combining a couple of accessories with the clothes I already have – and it worked perfectly so far. I've been a geisha, a devil girl, a witch, I even had the proper clothes and accessories to be Samara from the Ring. But last year, I look through my wardrobe again, hoping to get some inspiration and I couldn't even pull off Pocahontas. So, I decided to go and find a costume the traditional way – charity shop shopping. In just an hour I found the perfect dress at Chas on Byres Road. So, this year I decided to go costume hunting at the charity shops again and I wasn't disappointed. Here are some of the costumes I found at British Red Cross, Cancer Research, Oxfam and British Heart Foundation!
I didn't have time to go to Chas, but I think I already found this year's winner. If you hurry up you might still find some of these dresses, or something else for the spooky night!
Oh, one last thing Happy Creepy Halloween everybody!
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