How To Wear A Date With A Monster | Haute Macabre

How To Wear A Date With A Monster


We’ve all been there. It’s Friday night, you’re tearing up your closet–shoes strewn all over the floor, blouses crumpled and flung all up in the ceiling fan. You’re growling and muttering anxious curses, butterflies flapping their stupid wings in your guts… and you just don’t know what to wear on your first date with that super cute wolf man who works in accounting.

No, seriously, he’s a wolf man. He’s in the accounting department. You walked past him a million times before and never noticed him until he nearly bit your face off that one time when you were both working late during last month’s full moon.

And now he’s asked you out to dinner!

It’s the age-old dilemma, isn’t it? What to wear on a date with a monster? I mean monsters, they’ve seen it all, right? Some have been around for millennia and certainly have been around the block a time or two. How could you, a mere human, possibly hope to wow or impress one of these dastardly fiends? Never fear, I am here to help.

See below for some fabulous wardrobe suggestions for dates with your savage sweetie or beastly bae, whether you’re sexing up the swamps, inviting them home to flay your folks alive, or just spending some quality time together destroying a major metropolis.

Need a romantical soundtrack? I’ve got you covered there, too! Love And Other Demons on 8tracks

(Please note: These ensembles were compiled and created using a site called Polyvore, which no longer exists, so unfortunately there are no longer links to the individual items used. Luckily, you are an imaginative bunch of brilliant dreamers and can no doubt use these swoony frocks and fripperies as a jumping off point for ideas to create your own date-with-a-monster attire!)


Date Night With Cthulhu

Date Night With An Indeterminate Monster Of Nordic Origin

ritual monster

Date Night With Frank


Date With Death


Blind Date


BloodMilk Banner

2 Comment

  1. Best thing about a date with Death though is you don’t have to dress up at all; Death loves all of us equally.