Halloween With Something To Hide

Hey Crohnies and Lucky Coiners,

As you can all see we’ve started to feel that chill in the air that leads me to thinking that it’s time to start thinking about Halloween costumes since the big night is only a couple of weeks away now. This year I don’t think I’m dressing up as I am still in quite a state with this bag, I am however being prepared in case I need a costume last minute if I feel miraculously better and don’t spend my night watching scary movies and comfort eating all the leftover trick or treat sweets.

Firstly for the ladies, here is one of the costumes I found online that is cute but also has tights and a fairly high neckline while you can disguise any scars or burns with face paint…

The Broken Doll Costume (£24.99) escapades.co.uk


The costume comes complete with:

  • Dress
  • Bow
  • Choker
  • Tights

And all that it needs are some ankle socks with your favourite shoes, some cute hair bows and lots of face/body paint and make up to give you that broken doll look. You can also get a make up tutorial on Youtube if you click here and you’re good to go!

I also have an idea for a create your own costume of a Day of the Dead Sugar Scull.

Firstly I’d wear a Black Corset (£22), Corsets UK to support my bag and hide my scars on my tummy and be hopefully more comfortable and less stressed about a leak since this would hide it even if it happened.


Secondly I’d team the corset with this Tutu Mini Skirt (£16.99), eBay which is long at the back and would definitely cover your toothy which is one of my problems since I’m 5’8!


and to finish I’d throw on some 120 Denier black tights and some lace up black heeled ankle boots and use some make up and face/body paint to create this Sugar Scull Make Up Tutorial and viola, there you have it, 2 great ideas for Halloween costumes that are cute AND functional.

Have a Happy Halloween!

Jen x

Leave a Reply