THIS IS (a) HALLOWEEN (outfit)

by Victoria Fox

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As a surprise to no one, I love dressing for Halloween, and living in Orlando, I make the yearly theme park Halloween merchandise rounds. Most years, I find it hard to come across merch that is on the chic-er side, but this year was very different. Cue the amazing Nightmare merch!

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Shirt

I found this incredible Sally/Haunted Mansion mash up shirt in Mouse Gears near the front of EPCOT, but I’m sure it can be found where ever Disney sells their general Halloween line. The shirt is well cut, having the wider sleeves without looking too baggy. The design is everything (mainly because the little guy at the bottom reminds me of a sandworm). I have the shirt tucked in here, but there is a nice lace fringe at the bottom if you choose to wear it untucked.

 

Shorts

I paired some black crochet shorts with the shirt. I got these from Forever 21.

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Bag

My bag is actually a popcorn bucket! This Oogie Boogie bucket with a strap (it’s like it’s begging to be a purse) is available for purchase at the Magic Kingdom during the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. The opening in the back isn’t too big so you’ll have to ditch your large wallet if you plan on making him a purse.

 

Jewelry

For this look I wanted to add some layered necklaces. The longer necklace came from a renaissance fair and the shorter black chord necklace came from Top Shop.

 

My broken watch is vintage, handed down by my grandmother.

 

 

Boots

These dusty old things came from Target. Honestly I can’t stress how essential black ankle boots are to my every day life. Invest in some if you can!

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A super special thanks once again to my great friend Britt Barnim for the awesome shots in front of the new Baseline Tap at Disney’s Hollywood Studios!

Happy Halloween!