There are a surprising number of couples who get wed at Halloween and despite what you might think, no, they aren’t all Goths. No, they are pumpkin fanatics, spook chasers and those who like to indulge in fancy dress. Here’s what the bride should wear.
Don’t fall for the idea of wearing black to a Halloween wedding. Opt for a rich red velvet with a slight touch of orange instead like this corseted gown with a draped skirt in silk dupion. Suede is just as tactile as silk or satin, so pick up a pair of two-strap shoes with a four inch chunky heel. Cool and quirky clutch bags are a great addition to any wardrobe and you should definitely have one of these vintage-inspired styles. This clutch is made from red velvet and embroidered with orange and old gold sequins and seed beads. These earrings may be too OTT for your average wedding outfit but the purple and orange stones look great with this ensemble. Find out where to get them all after the cut.
Dress – Uptight-Clothing.
Shoes – ‘Rita’ two strap shoes, £55 at Office.
Bag – red ‘Harmony’ foldover clutch, Euro56 at Krista Raak.
Earrings – cubic zirconia drops, £75 by Julian McDonald.