THE V&F GUIDE TO A FASHIONABLE HALLOWEEN

Halloween, Fashion, Bloggers, San Francisco, Asha Raval, Juliana Stoy, Style Tips, Wardrobe Tips, Style Guide

Have you ever wondered how to invest in statement pieces that work for Halloween and the seasons beyond?

We love investing in statement pieces that can translate into many different looks and last for years.  Instead of splurging on Halloween costumes you will only wear once a year, invest in some key pieces and add them to existing items to bring a unique, stylish Halloween character to life.
BLOOD RED LIPSTICK –  The perfect way to quickly accent your face for a dark foray into the wild side on Halloween without much effort.
ANKLE BOOTIES – Sultry, naughty, powerful, and sexy – the perfect shoe for gothic goddesses, punk rockers, Vampiric vixens and all the other undead ladies of the night.  Boots have become far more than just a wardrobe staple, they are a supremely stylish statement of power and confidence.

GHOSTLY LACE – We love the romance of long white lace dresses, reminiscent of nostalgic ghostly characters of the past.  Vintage finds or exploring family heirlooms in your Mother or Grandmother’s closet is a great way to hunt down one of a kind, epic white lace finds.

 MARY JANES – Take a que from Valentina’s Alice and transform yourself into an angelic vision with Mary Janes that POP!  It’s a classic shoe, but this season it has been revamped and reincarnated with sequins, flowers, hardware and jewels.  Add a touch of pastel eyeshadow, a sweet headband, and tousled waves and you are ready to fall down the rabbit hole.


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HAUNTED GLAMOUR

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