Merry Halloween! | Edition 2013

Of course, An Evil Nymph never misses Halloween, and you’ve been a follower since I started this blog, you are well aware that although I don’t get to properly celebrate Halloween because it is not a tradition or even an event in my country, Mauritius, I always find something Halloween-y to do.

In 2011, on the first Halloween I ever celebrated on this blog, I dressed up as a witch/druid/Wiccan girl and in 2012, I simply wore black and orange, the orange part being a DIY ‘An Evil Nymph’ tank top, and now in 2013 I’m going to dress up as a modern medieval lady/princess! As such:


In fact I have to go out today because I’m being issued my national ID card – so I’m officially an adult as from today 😉 And it’s luckily fallen on Halloween’s day!

So here’s my complete casual yet still Halloween-y outfit as I try to fit in the camera’s frame:


Yeah! An envelope clutch!!! I’ve been dying to have one of those since they started getting back into fashion hehe!

I’m also bringing with me… my Halloween gift! A gift I bought to myself yesterday, together with a group of friends 😛

Here it is:

halloween gift (2)

Muahaha totally evil nymph-y right?

Now I can kill people. 😉

Sincerely, I’ve been wanting one of these for a while now especially that I never seem to have any scissors in hand when I need them the most! So I just love that it has so many options… and in the photos it’s only half of what it can do! Awesome right?

I also made a vlog especially for Halloween, which is up on my channel:

Okay I gotta go now!!!

Merry Halloween everyone! Have fun!

An Evil Nymph.

14 thoughts on “Merry Halloween! | Edition 2013

  1. Hope you had an awesome Halloween 🙂 Love the outfit and congrats on getting your ID card hehe, now you can be totally evil!


    1. Halloween is All Hallow’s Day a.k.a. Samhain’s Eve which is a sacred holiday for Wiccans and also the eve of the new year in the Celtic calendar. That’s why we celebrate it. It’s just that many countries ended up commercialising it but well it’s the same as Christmas. It’s still an important holy holiday.

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