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When it comes to dressing like a goddess, the world of hip-hop and pop are guilty as charged.
Nothing embraces and enhances feminine power and beauty, like dressing up like a regal mythological powerhouse, embellished with a lot of glitz and glamor.
Halloween often comes around and people turn to look for inspiration from their favourite musicians – and we certainly have some big stars to imitate.
Seen in music videos and events aplenty, the girls of the musical world offer us a lot of Halloween goddess inspiration to live by.
Take pop goddess Katy Perry as an example. In her Dark Horse music video she channels her inner Cleopatra with style and finesse, finishing her Egyptian goddess look with a striking grill, vibrant beaded headdress and golden hair foils upon matte black hair.
Beyoncé went for a slightly more dare we say, demure look, when she channelled her inner golden goddess in style at the 2017 Grammy Awards. Donning a golden bead-embellished dress, dramatic headpiece and long flowing locks, a pregnant Beyoncé killed it.
Nikki Minaj embraced the goddess look for a #secretshoot in accordance with the release of DJ Khaled's latest album, Grateful. Showing off a long-sleeved white plunge bodysuit finished with golden belt, gladiator sandals and crown – just perfect for hip-hop royalty.
However, Nicki is no stranger to mythological fashion, donning a blue chiffon maxi dress and Grecian gilded headband in her Moments 4 Life music video.
Cardi B joins the goddess party also with her 2018 Met Gala look, many believe inspired by Beyoncé’s killer 2017 Grammys outfit. The rappr donned a gorgeous Moschino gown, decorated with bold jewels and a thigh high slit, finished with an extravagant headpiece.
To create the goddess look yourself this Halloween, slip into a maxi dress and cinch your waist with a belt, don a decorative headband and killer heels or strappy sandals.
So, if you want to dress up like the hottest females in music, don a goddess outfit this Halloween with a whole load of accessories and sass.
If you need any tips of advice on how to work the goddess look for Halloween, why not contact us?