5 Scariest DIY Halloween Costumes
If you like putting your own twist on things, why not get creative and adapt an outfit to make a killer DIY Halloween costume? We've got 5 suggestions for costumes that are great if you don't fancy being a sexy witch or vampire.
1. Roadkill Bunny
For the perfect rabbit-just-squashed-by-headlights look, we suggest the Fever Pin Up Bunny Jumpsuit in white, to really offset the blood-spatters. If you're feeling artistic, why not stencil some tyre marks up the front (or should that be back?) of the jumpsuit. Match with some shredded white stockings and accessorise with a little trickle of blood at the corner of the mouth.
2. Asylum Nurse and Patient
Will you kiss it better, or will you drive them insane with your sexy wiles? Match a Nurse Uniform with a crazy-eyed look and a lovely syringe to administer your medicine with. We particularly like the Sweet Streak Sexy Vinyl Nurse Costume, because those blood stains are such a pain to get out, right?
3. Dead Riding Hood
We can't resist a pun, and while your Dead Riding Hood outfit might need a little explaining, it'll make everyone groan when they realise! For the look, white out your face with face paint (or talcum powder for the truly thrifty) and add skeleton-esque circles under your eyes with dark eyeshadow. Accessorise the sexy Leg Avenue Sweetheart Red Riding Hood Dress with a psychotic Woodcutter's axe for full effect.
4. Little Bo Creep
Little Bo Creep has lost her sheep... and they really really don't want to be found by this shepherdess. Add some spook to the Fever Bo Peep 4 Piece Costume with fake blood and some undead make up. Prepare to silence the lambs.
5. Crafty School Girls - Teenage Witch
It wouldn't be Halloween without a schoolgirl witch casting her spells and creating havoc. Out of all the schoolgirl costumes on Lovehoney, we reckon the Seven Til Midnight Skull School Girl fits the bill for a Halloween party. Looking most like the girls from The Craft, and with enough fabric not to frighten your mates, the skeletal details are spook-tastic.