ASDA Has Launched An Adorable Matching Mum And Daughter Halloween Collection
It's officially the end of summer, but if there's one thing to soften the blow it's that Halloween - AKA the best of all the holidays - is just around the corner.
And this year ASDA is encouraging women to twin with their daughters (or niece, or even goddaughters) on the spooky night with a cute new range of matching costumes.
Those venturing out for trick or treating might opt for spooky Mexican Day of the Dead inspired look. The kid's version (£9) includes an all-in-one leotard with mesh sleeves and covered in a bones print with a layered tulle skirt. It even comes with a mask.
The parent's version (£16) features a skirt rather than a leotard, layered and adorned with skull prints. George have even thrown in a veil-style headband with a purple floral corsage for an spooky undead-bride finish.
Nothing says Halloween like witches and this outfit featuring a metallic blue skirt star-printed skirt with a mesh overlay and a headband with a matching witches hat is just perfect. All you have to do is add a black top and tights to complete the look. The kids outfit costs £5 and the adults is £8.
Everyone knows what they say about black cats, and now you can dress up as the superstitious feline on Hallows' Eve.
Granted, it's more on the magical side than scary but we can't get over how adorable this unicorn costume is. Complete with a floaty pink, yellow and cornflower blue ombré tutu skirt and unicorn horn headband, you just have to add a white tee and leggings to finish this look. The kid's version is £5 and adults is £8.
Finally, there's a devil costume (pictured up top), which comes with a distressed tulle layers with polka-dot prints and devil horns to finish. The costume costs £5 for kids and £8 for adults.
All of the costumes come in a range of age groups and sizings, ranging from age five to 12, and women's sizes 8 to 22 for adults. You can shop all of George's matching Halloween costumes here.
Happy trick or treating!
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