Demi Rose might have been a little late dropping her Halloween 2020 outfit, but the 25-year-old model didn’t disappoint. Demi, who recently hit 15 million Instagram followers and last year took Halloween down the devil route in red latex, updated her account on Monday with a little peek at her outfit. The Birmingham, U.K. native, largely in the news for her October travels to The Maldives, had gone for a super-sparkly, revealing, and all-glitter look. Check out the stunning choice below.
Scroll for the photo. Demi, who indicated she’d attended the “Surrealist Seduction Ball” via her stories, had definitely nailed the seduction part. The new Pretty Little Thing brand ambassador was looking drop-dead gorgeous in a super-busty silver dress adored with crystals and black meshing, with the backless number showcased in more detail via stories.
Demi, also rocking a matching and Venetian-style face mask and black feather headpiece, looked relishing, with the famous assets tastefully showcased. “Secret Location” added even more mystery via a geo-tag.
Keep scrolling for more photos, including Demi’s headline-making $387 crochet Care Bears bikini. Rose took to her caption as she shot the camera a direct gaze, writing:
“Surrealist Seduction ? This was the best photo I got all night as it was a no phone zone at the ball. I had the best Halloween ever! I hope you guys all enjoyed yours too!”
100,000 likes in under an hour more than suggested than fans were on-board, with Demi quickly called the “hottest Halloween piece of 2020.” More below.
Demi, who quit the U.K. permanently for a move to Ibiza, Spain in July, has been opening up on her life. The glamorous and carefree beach updates come with a little more heavy stuff for Rose, whose 2019 brought mom Christine passing just eight months after dad Barrie died. 2020, meanwhile, saw Demi admit being miserable in her London quarantine – she was also body-shamed by a troll telling her she’d gained “weight.”
In fact, Demi was happy to be open about her mindset during the pandemic.
Speaking to ES in September and largely about mental health, Demi said: “During lockdown I lived on my own in London and my mental health really did get the better of me.”
“I had up and down days and with so much time on my hands I obviously had a lot of time to reflect on things. I felt very sad but when lockdown was lifted and I made a decision to move to Ibiza it was one of the best choices I ever made,” she added.