The big day is only a couple of months away- but there’s no time like the present to rock that spooky style. What is it that we love so much about it? It’s daring for a start! When else in the year can you get away with wearing skulls and zombies from head to toe? Next there are the daring and ghoulish colours- find it perfectly acceptable to go out at Halloween wearing a acid green mixed with Gothic black and silver. In short- it’s anything goes, especially so when it comes to jewellery. Horror and thriller fans will love a Gothic inspired choker for a real vampish style over the spooky season. Love all things to do with Morticia Addams, Vampira or Elvira? These Gothic heroins are the perfect style icons for Halloween. Their look can be gotten with blood red nails and a statement ring for instant vampire glam. Check out these other ways to get chic this scary season at Fruttituttibeadcandy…
Halloween as well as the Day of the Dead are huge celebrations all over the world. It’s only natural that many of us will want to celebrate it through our style- one fab way is with jewellery! Arm candy is a huge love of mine, so why not combine it with all things scary? Here a black cord is mixed with a chain of ceramic skull beads for a very chic take on the shamballa style bracelet. It’s delicate enough to be worn everyday too as a single piece, mix it with a watch and a friendship bracelet for a up-to-the-minute take on wearable accessories!
Even if skulls aren’t your thing- there is still plenty of style to be had with the darkly decadent pieces of jewellery. This piece is made entirely of woven rings created with a chainmaille technique. The black and silver anodised rings contrast sharply against one another creating a piece that can be seen for miles. Its a thicker more chunkier bracelet than the Shamballa inspired piece, so it would work well as a statement jewel for chic accessorising at a swish evening do. So easy to wear, the edges are smooth and will feel sensational when worn next to the skin!
Although Halloween can be a scary time of year for some, there is also the fun side to this autumn celebration. Think about lighter colours that are still in fashion as the seasons change. Light pink silk cord works well when holding each of the colourful skull beads in place. It’s a piece that is inspired by the colours found in Mexico during the ‘Day of the Dead’ festival on the 1st November each year.
Love what you see? Stay tuned for more chic additions at Fruttituttibeadcandy in time for All Hallows Eve!