It's time to get spooky with Blackmilk Clothing! I sadly missed the latest Halloween drop but I wanted to show you just how easy it is to style some of the core essentials in an oh-so-spooky way.
Ribs 'n' Legs Overalls
La Femme En Noir Bishop Blouse
I've owned the shorts version of this skeletastic pair of overalls for a year now so I thought it was only fitting I go all out and get myself the full bones!
A stretchy and super comfy pair of overalls with the spookiest of prints. With a full skeleton print on both back and front you''ll be both adorable in theme this Halloween.
I'm wearing my usual size XL and it fits perfectly! The fit of the pants is very simular to the Cuff Pants from BlackMilk so be sure to go in your usual size for those.
What I love most about this piece is that you can wear it up or down without any fuss! Plus when you wear the bib down at the waist you get a sneaky little heart added to the inside print. It's those little features I love from Blackmilk prints.
Styling wise I went with a basic black blouse with billowing bishop sleeves to give this look a little more drama. But the styling possibilities are endless. Pair it with the horror or band tee, any plain shirt, or a crop top. So many ideas!!
Hypnotic Underbust Dress
Oh how I adore a Blackmilk Underbust Dress. They are the perfect way to get the most our of one garment and work with just about everything in my wardrobe.
The moment when this hypnotizing striped version was released I was actually on the fence as I was not sure it would work with my shape. Sometimes verticle lines can get warped and look odd but I threw caution to the wind and gave in.
Holy hell I'm glad I did! This piece POPS!! It's so bold, so cute, and gives off the perfect Betelgeuse vibes.
I'm wearing this in an XL and the waist is the perfect firmness to really shape your underbust perfectly. This dress also has pockets which I'm amazed by as usually a pocket detail on a stripe print will warp or look on but they are perfectly hidden.
What do you think of my spooky inspired looks from BlackMilk Clothing?
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