Corset Costumes for Halloween
This Halloween consider a figure enhancing corset as the starting point to your costume. Here are 5 corset costumes for Halloween, including poison ivy and a zombie bride...
With Halloween just a month away, now is the perfect time to start planning your Halloween outfit for 2019. For those that take this occasion seriously and love to get dressed up, a high quality corset is a must and provides a great starting point for almost any striking Halloween look.
More common Halloween outfits are often a little itchy and badly fitting - usually in a one size fits all range, or few options of small, medium and large. Furthermore, buying off the shelf costumes can result in wearing the same outfit as several other people.
This year, consider something unique, and invest in a corset that you’ll be able to wear for years to come. Here are corset costumes for Halloween, to be sure that you stand out from the crowd for all the right reasons…
Banish the flimsy devil horns and polyester little red dress this year, instead put together a more sophisticated red devil look. Team a red corset with a pair of sequined horns to add a glamorous edge to your Halloween costume.
Try the Burgundy Satin Couture Corset for your red devil outfit. Offering a 3-4 inch waist reduction, the red satin material highlights the waist, while the intricate beading in black adds detail and a luxury finish. Finish the look with suspenders and stockings, or leather look trousers and a pair of red heels.
Style the classic black cat Halloween look a little differently, with a mesh panel corset. The Black Mesh Corset with Front Zip allows you to show just the right amount of skin while remaining fairly covered up. Style with high waist leather look trousers underneath in black to conceal the lower section of the mesh panels and draw more attention to the waist. Finish your costume with black cat ears and a tail, as well as some killer heels in black, of course.
Poison Ivy is a great option if you want to stand out from the crowd and move away from the more cliche Halloween looks. Team a green corset with green tights and an option red wig and you’ve got the perfect unique poison ivy look. Try the Historic Inspired Green Waist Taming Overbust for this costume. Offering a 3-4 inch waist reduction, the green satin is complemented with black stripes and delicate lace, enhancing the shape of the waist and adding that all important detail.
Who said a zombie bride can’t be pretty? Go for a pretty yet ghoulish look, with the White Brocade Expert Waist Training Corset. In a feminine shimmering lace, you could style this corset with a tutu or long silk skirt. Add a ghoulish edge with a face full of white makeup and fake blood - just be careful not to let any drip onto your all white corset. For added effect, drag one leg behind you all night. Choosing to wear a corset for Halloween is an investment. Where possible, choose a style that you can wear again, whether that be for Halloween or a special occasion. A corset is a fantastic asset to any Halloween costume and will completely transform your look.