ROUNDUP: Your DIY Guide To Dressing Like A Fashion Blogger This Halloween

August 26, 2011 by Charlotte Steinway
shefinds | Style

From left: Garance Doré, Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes, Tavi Gevinson of Style Rookie, and Leandra Medine of Man Repeller

Every day this week, we looked to our favorite style bloggers for inspiration this Halloween. Why not dress up as some of the most fashionable people on the web this year? That way, you’ll have a fun and socially-relevant costume, plus you’ll get to walk away with some cute clothing pieces you can and probably should recycle into your everyday wardrobe. Check out all of our Fashion Blogger Halloween Costume posts here, or get the cliff notes after the jump:

Garance Doré Halloween Costume (pictured far left): To emulate this French style blogger, you’ll menswear-inspired accessories, Parisian-chic separates, and a trusty camera.

Sea Of Shoes Halloween Costume (pictured second from left): To dress up like Sea of Shoes writer Jane Aldridge, you’ll need a flouncy skirt and a strong statement necklaces. Oh, and potentially a wig…unless you are as naturally blessed as she is.

Tavi Gevinson Halloween Costume (pictured second from right): When channeling Tavi, you should be prepared to be mistaken as a grandma. Though this Style Rookie is only 15, she dresses like someone 70 years her senior.

Man Repeller Halloween Costume (pictured at far right): Leandra Medine is known for her distinct look which she claims “repels the male species”: we’re talking turbans, faux glasses, and harem pants.

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