Halloween 2018 with Luxiere Jewellery 30th October 2018 – Posted in: Blog – Tags: , , ,

The Luxiere team are having a spooktacula party for this Halloween and you are all invited!

Join in with our spooky Halloween competition where you could bag your self a South Sea Shell Pearl Necklace finished in Sterling Silver worth £28, but you can get it for FREE! All you have to do is head on over to our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/luxierefashion and see our original Facebook Competition post for an explanation on how to win!

This competition is running until the 31st of October 2018. Along side the chance to win this prize, you can also head on over to our website at www.luxierefashion.co.uk and use code fright25 for 25% off of all of Luxiere’s products, and this code will be live until the 1st of November 2018. Had anything in your shopping basket for a while, but not had the funds for it? Or always wanted to buy a collection but couldn’t justify it, here is your justification! Use Luxiere’s special Halloween code (fright25) today!

Celebrate Halloween with us. Halloween originated over 2,000 years ago, it started as the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, this was an event where people would spark bonfires and wear all kinds of costumes to ward off the ghosts around them. The Celts from 2,000 years ago populated the areas which are now Ireland, the UK and North France, the Celts used to have their New Year Celebrations on the 1st of November. This day for them marked the end of summer & the harvesting, and the beginning of the dark & cold winter times, this time was often associated with human death. They believed that on the 31st of October, the boundaries between the living and the dead world became blurred. So the Celts would celebrate the 31st with Samhaim, believing that the ghosts of the deceased would return to Earth. Then in the 18th Century, Pope Gregory the third designated November the 1st as the day to honour all saints, which then became All Saints Day, which incorporated some of the older traditions of Samhain. The 31st was also known as All Hallows Eve, which then became Halloween. Over time, Halloween turned into a day of exciting traditional activities like trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins (jack-o-lanterns), festive gatherings and parties, creating and wearing costumes and eating a lot of sweet treats and junk food!

Staying in this Halloween? Make sure you get comfy with some thick blankets, some candles around and maybe a spiced Latte, and put on a classic Halloween Film. See below some of our top recommendations that will sure to give you a good fright night!

1 – Scream – a classic who is it Thriller, to keep you guessing and on the edge of your seat, don’t spill your drink with the all the Jump Scares though!

2 – The Exorcist – a classic horror, a story of what the most evil ghosts could do to you.

3 – The Shining – Here’s JOHNNY! Enjoy the superb horror, which will either make you want to stay in a haunted hotel or avoid them at all costs!

4 – Beetlejuice – a nice old horror to enjoy with the family, something a bit lighter but can still spook you!

5 – Halloween – the latest Michael Myers film, an intense Slasher film, to reminisce in the ones that came before, and get that joyous scare all over again!

Which will rattle your bones the most? Get comfy, get warm and turn off ALL the lights, if you’re going to do it, do it right!

Halloween has inspired fashion greatly and in the best of ways, from graphic tees of our favourite horror movies, to creative assets creating gore online. People are leaving the shop bought costumes in the cupboard full of cobwebs and dust and opting to create their own costumes. From simple ripped white shirt with blood, old wedding dress covered in dirt and blood for a runaway bride look. To more creative FX inspired looks, with latex, fake blood, prosthetics and the creepiest realistic looks ever! Check out Glam&Gore on YouTube & many more channels for some amazing artwork to follow along to.
But remember… enter our competition, use our code (fright25) and have the best bloody Halloween ever!
Break a leg!