We always love dressing up, especially when we can do it in such a stylish manner. For Halloween it's naturally all about embracing orange and black.
This week we are casting a spell on our brand new Halloween themed Outfit of The Week. We always love dressing up, especially when we can do it in such a stylish manner. For Halloween it's naturally all about embracing orange and black. Peter Pilotto's wrap gown was first seen on the label's Fall '17 runway, made from velvet and hand-embellished with tonal-pink Swarovski crystals and beads atop a black felt appliqué at the waist. It is outlined with contrasting burnt orange grosgrain trims to highlight the plunging neckline and fastens at the side to create a daring slit. To help bring out the pretty orange trim on our bewitching dress, we went for a delicious pair of shoes. These candy corn hued pumps by Charlotte Olympia offer no tricks — just treats — with this pair of sweet strappy peep-toes. Our bag choice (also by Olympia) does however offer some tricks and treats. The brand's dual sided Perspex "Pandora” bag allows you to spell out your holiday love all while perfectly accessorizing your outfit. One of the most fun parts of building a look around a spooky day like Halloween is your makeup. If there is one day it's totally acceptable to be a little extra (actually it's always okay!), it's Halloween. A pair of big, beautiful 3D lashes are a must and this pair by Musegetes offer the perfect amount of length and drama. We of course can't forget to make a statement with our nails; and what better way than with a fall themed glitter top coat. A shade like this is beautiful over a glossy or matte black nail, and is sure to draw plenty of nail envy attention. While this look isn't necessarily a costume like our fabulous Outfit of The Month for October, it is very on theme for the season as well as being great for those women who want to dress up without going all out. The best part of this look is you can wear this chic velvet wrap dress all autumn long and still feel just as enchanting. That's what 'Practical Magic' is really all about!