As we grow older, Halloween celebrations rise like a phoenix from the ashes.
Once the novelty of trick or treating wears off, we’re left with a few years of limbo where Halloween is left reserved only for youngsters in black binbag outfits to go bobbing for apples. But years later, those involved in electronic music learn that as the nights get darker, this holiday opens the door to all manner of devilish dancefloor debauchery, filled with tunes and characters, equally as warped in nature.
Yes, listening to techno is much more fun when you’re kitted out in suitable clothes to creep in, and Halloween provides the perfect opportunity to embrace your inner spook.
Here are some makers in the area to help:
Everything you find at Adorned is either re-worked by hand or ethically sourced, so while a ‘happy hippy’ lies at its core, a haul from the store is sure to satisfy your inner gypsy queen.
Images sourced from: http://adorneduk.co.uk/ and https://marketplace.asos.com/boutique/adorned
Vix is a talented seamstress with a penchant for kimonos, so decided to share her skills and passion with other like-minded party guys and gals.
Top picks: That’s up to you! Speak to Vix about the look you had in mind. and she can whip you up some flare-armed gold.
Images sourced from: www.instagram.com/vix_kimono/
No Halloween outfit would be complete without a head accessory, and Headcase has you more than covered. Now into the scary season, it’s adapted its festival range suitably.
Top picks: These oversized flower crowns are perfect for any outfit, from day of the dead to vampish maiden – they just work.
Images sourced from: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/HeadcaseHeadwear
Sassy streetwear that is certified to spook.
Top picks: Pretty much every outfit from Studio LBW would look perfect on a deathly dancefloor, but the black cowl neck dress, full body fishnet tights and thigh high platform boots are my personal fave.
Images sourced from: www.studiolbw.co.uk