A Spalding department store conjured up some magic outfits to impress customers at a Halloween-themed charity fashion show.
Nine members of staff took the spotlight to model autumn-winter outfits at Hills and raised £1,200 for Rotary Club charities.
Customers and friends were shown how to enjoy lazy nights in with style, as well as what’s hot in casual wear and what to wear for smart days out.
After the show, they were able to buy the outfits on a 10 per cent discount and boost their shop loyalty points.
There was a popular raffle with prizes donated by local businesses as well as suppliers to Hills.
Halloween-theme punch and cakes were served and there were trick or treat goody bags to take home.
Jenny Veall, sales assistant and one of the models, said: “It was a great night. Although we didn’t sell as many tickets as for the spring show, we are delighted with how much we raised and are looking forward to the next one.”