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Under $100: Halloween Chic

[Featured above, Iron Fist Zombie Stomper Heels, $50. I wear these every Halloween!]

Halloween is my favorite holiday, an event that should not be viewed as reserved for children only. However, the adults who celebrate it should do so stylishly and with an air of sophistication.

Leave the plastic masks, cheap costumes, and slutty outfits to the college students. Anyone over the age of 25 should be celebrating Halloween in a manner that befits their level of maturity. Think chic and sleek with a level of polished whimsy.

I searched the Internet and found some really cool, but mature, Halloween fashion all priced under $100. If you see something you have to have, click the image for purchasing info. Act fast. Halloween will be haunting your doorstep very soon.

Style tip: pick one piece only and wear it with items you already own. Don’t wear more than one Halloween piece of fashion at once, or you’ll look more silly than chic. For example, wear the Halloween shoes featured at the top of this post with a simple LBD. Wear the dress below with a black moto jacket and plain black pumps. Aim for balance and avoid looking over-the-top.

Monster Body Con Dress, $55 at TOPSHOP.

Monster Body Con Dress, $55 at TOPSHOP.

Tabitha Cat Embroidered Velvet Bodycon Dress Black, $38 at Misguided.

Tabitha Cat Embroidered Velvet Bodycon Dress Black, $38 at Misguided.

Halloween Bat Tights, $15 at ASOS.

Halloween Bat Tights, $15 at ASOS.

Tarina Tarantino Skull Pendant Necklace, $63 at Amazon.

Tarina Tarantino Skull Pendant Necklace, $63 at Amazon.

Halloween Lips Clutch Bag, $38 at ASOS.

Halloween Lips Clutch Bag, $38 at ASOS.

Rina 'Witching Hour' Slogan Mesh T-Shirt, $25 at Misguided.

Rina ‘Witching Hour’ Slogan Mesh T-Shirt, $25 at Misguided.

 

 

 

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