We all love Netflix… and Halloween, so why not place the two together and take inspiration for your October 31st fancy dress outfits? Organise all the Residential Park Homes owners to get together for a halloween party and have some fun. If you are interested in finding out more about park home life and the fun they have, don’t forget to check online.
Eleven, from Stranger Things, has provided inspiration for Halloween outfits for a couple of years now, but her iconic peach dress and blonde wig look is still a perfect one for an easy party look. Look for a traditional peach dress with a Peter Pan collar, combined with a pale blonde long wig with a 70s style curl set – and wear with flat pumps and cream tights. A little fake blood to suggest a nosebleed will complete your look perfectly. Just hope that you don’t encounter the Upside Down on the night…
This show provides several great characters to draw inspiration from. Why not sport a long red wig and matching scarlet lipstick to channel Cheryl? Or go all-out Veronica with black hair, dresses and high heels? The cheerleading outfits will always be a great choice too, and you can always adapt them to go zombie cheerleader if you want to be darker!
How about adopting Blair Waldorf as inspiration for your costume, but an undead version? Rock her sassy hairband and attitude, but go for deathly white face makeup and powder in your perfect black blow dry. Most of us can’t afford Chanel originals, but a box cut jacket and pencil skirt from the local charity shop will do, with some costume jewellery and sheer tights for that Upper East Side finish.
For the men, Breaking Bad is obviously a great choice for a Halloween costume, and Walter is the easiest to adopt, with a Heisenberg style hat, glasses and a moustache.
Planning to stay in for Halloween, rather than head to a party this year? You can still dress up and have your party at home, before watching a scary movie or two. Just make sure your TV kit is all up to date beforehand. Sort your TV aerial if you need to upgrade your set or place a new one in your home, to accommodate your spooky party film-watching session.
Remember, Halloween comes but once a year, so don’t forget to celebrate it with great costumes, family games, trick or treat and that all-important Jack o’ Lantern in the porch!