This Halloween, we've decided to skip the over-priced, cheap costumes that we'll only wear once. Instead, the girls here at Pippa & Pearl got creative! Using some fabulous pieces from our fall collection, they were able to put together some of the chicest and fashionable costumes around! The best part, when you’re done wearing it for Halloween you can wear them again and again... and again!
POCAHONTAS in Suede Laser Cut Dress in Camel
One of the most practical and wearable Fall/Winter 2016 fashion trends, suede has that magical feeling of leather and velvet-y softness, and it's stealing the runway's everywhere. The feel, the fit, and the color, all the reasons to invest in this season's perfect dress. And, it made a KILLER Pocahontas! ;)
POISON IVY in Teal Green Lace Dress
While lace stole the runways in 2015, it is still a vital part of Fall/Winter 2016 fashion trends. We couldn't wait to get on board and get our hands on some lace dresses this season. Perfect for pairing with a leather jacket for a fun night out or pairing with your perfect pearls for a holiday party, this lace dress is as versatile as it is comfortable. We put together the perfect Poison Ivy look with this fun and sexy piece, not to mention the teal green color is to DIE FOR!
GLENDA GOOD WITCH
Tulle skirts are the top of the trend this Fall/Winter season: they have always been a symbol of grace and femininity, and this season, you can wear them for so many occasions. A holiday party, a fun night out and even for our favorite holiday ever... Halloween! Since the arrival of my second daughter earlier this month, I wasn't able to jump in on the costume fun. I've decided to throw it back to last years costume escapades when my then 1 year old daughter and I dressed up as Dorothy and Glenda Good Witch from the Wizard of Oz.
While she was the cutest decked out Dorothy around.. complete with ruby slippers! I kept my costume simple. A pink tulle skirt, white chiffon blouse and fun sparkly flats, everyone loved the simplicity of my costume and the fact that I took pieces out of my own closet!
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