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The last time I owned a Halloween costume was during elementary school (2nd grade to be exact). I was superwoman, but everyone thought I was superman due to my boy-cut hair (my mom was trying to trim my hair and made a mess). After that year I never purchased a costume again. I went the DIY route and wore princess dress, my mom's lab coat, and other miscellaneous stuff. I think the DIY route is more practical. You won't wear the same costume twice, so buying a costume will only either go to the recycling bin or to the closet. So, here are 3 dresses that can be used for Halloween or different events. I specifically chose them because of their style and design. 1. Rad to the Bone Dress - This reminds me of the 60s cocktail party dress (yeah, when it's classy). The scatter skeleton details brings an edgy vibe to a classic cut. Totally rad! 2. Howls and Owls Dress - This A-line dress features a peter pan collar and owls details. I love the rich purple color and the short sleeve frock. 3. The Body Electic Dress - I love the details lace trim on this fit-and-flare dress. The skull and bones print gives this dress an antique feel. These dresses are available at Modcloth ( You still have time to purchase them before they're gone!
I don't know why but these dresses feel sooo retro to me! I love the style; great tips!
These are so cute! Modcloth had such a great selection of unique dresses, I should really shop on their site more.
@stargaze NO!! I've been avoiding looking at ModCloth for months because their sales section is my wallet's worst nightmare. Everything on that site is too cute for me to walk away from!
The first one is adoooorable.
@caricakes I thought about moving to California to work for Modcloth because of their clothes. They're so adorable, but not for the wallet.
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