Here it comes again, that spooky, fun time of the year! What I love about this holiday is how easy it is to DYI or create decor with your partner and children and share unforgettable moments! Therefore, I have selected for you my favourite, chic, fun and a little creepy ideas for a perfect 2017 Halloween decor.
It seems that this year’s halloween will be a bit unconventional since I saw a lot a spring/summer colours rather than fall colours; as far as I’m concerned it’s been so hot in NYC that it really still feels like summer so I am very tempted to fall for the pastel palette for Halloween, at least this year!
Baby blue + Glitter = ♥
Brighter colours are also so beautiful and energizing, it keeps your spirit on vacation mode
Living in a tropical climate or simply not in the mood for fall decor? Then pineapple carving is for you and it is definitely a thing ! (And I love it!)
Of course, the unicorn trend took over Halloween as well, I mean seriously how cute is this one and how fun would it be to do it with your daughter? Who am I kidding, how fun would it be to do it by yourself for yourself 😉 ?!
Another crush for me this season, the Hyde and Eek! Boutique available at Target, here is a sneak peek; I mean seriously studded pumpkins? Am I hearing all the fashionitas/Valentino fans rushing to Target?
Nonetheless, if you’d rather embrace the more traditional, soft and warm tones of fall for Halloween, this part is for you; after all traditional and timeless doesn’t mean boring so have fun decorating!
Obviously leaving in an apartment in the city has some downsides, I can’t exactly decorate my building entrance like the image below, but for those of you who have a house, one thing to say go big or go home; because this is stunning and seems so fun to do!
Want to glam it up? Glitter. flowers and metallics are for you, here are some of my favourites
Et Voilà, have fun decorating , partying , dressing up…
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