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October 21, 2019 1 min read

Wearing designer, be it Louis, Gucci or Prada, may not seempossible for the most decadent "dress-up day" of the year, but we have some alternatives that might just change your mind. Halloween is only 10 days away and now is the time most people start researching their last-minute costume. Why not add some Fendi patterning or the infamous Louis Vuitton Jason mask to the mix?

The choices aren't necessarily plentiful, but here are some of our favorites this year: 

Maison Margiela Mask - Although hard to come-by, these eye-catching haute couture masks are easily a favorite for us and outfitted with the right costume, can do wonders. 

 The "Designer" Handbag - This look can be interpreted in many different ways. Some people just reconstruct a full-size body suit into an actual handbag. This approach is much cheaper and doesn't require destroying any actual handbags.  


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