Look for interesting costumes for Halloween

Halloween is coming, and a huge number of parties and events are coming as well, where everyone wants to show off in a chic suit. And it does not matter what exactly you prefer: traditional look with liters of blood and fangs or just beautiful clothes and light make-up. We have compiled for you a list of the best London shops for fancy dresses, where you can buy or rent an ideal outfit.

Angels, Covent Garden. Angels - five-story citadel of fancy dresses. Here you can buy cheap interesting outfits and accessories, but it is best to rent a real costume from the movie. On the Halloween Eve, the store operates in a "crazy" mode: during this period the number of staff increases to 40 people! So we advise you to come in the morning. You can also call the store and tell about your wishes. Then to your arrival, workers will pick up several options of your size.

Prangsta, New Cross. Prangsta specializes in luxurious vintage costumes, which were presented at the la-di-da Wilderness Festival. This store is the ideal place to look for a chic dress or a man's suit in the best carnival traditions.

So High, Soho. So High is a small store on Berwick Street selling simple and fun costumes. Here you can also buy masks and other accessories.

Escapade, Camden. Escapade offers a huge selection of costumes that represent the characters of modern pop culture. So if you want to dress up like Harley Quinn or Joker, you are welcome here.

National Theater Costume Store, Oval. It is the shop of expensive theatrical clothes. Many costumes for performances in theaters of the West End came from here. To buy something here, you need to call the store in advance by the number (0207) 452-39-70, tell what exactly you are interested in, and agree on a meeting.

Mad World Fancy Dress, Old Street. This is a large and old costume store in Hoxton for those who remembered about a party at the last moment. The staff will pick up the perfect outfit for you in 20 minutes. And the choice here is great: 35 thousand looks, from classic dresses and wigs to costumes of vegetables (perhaps you will want to have fun in a pumpkin costume).

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