A Fashion-Forward Halloween: 15 Items That Manage To Be Both Festive And Stylish

Perrie Samotin
A Fashion-Forward Halloween: 15 Items That Manage To Be Both Festive And Stylish
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There are those people who wait all year for October 31 to roll around, planning out elaborate, skin-baring or just plain super-timely costumes. Then there are those folks who don’t exactly hate Halloween, but aren’t quite into decking themselves out in head-to-toe regalia to parade around town with abandon, either. If you hover somewhere in the middle, check out these 15 slightly macabre — yet super-elevated — items that’ll manage to have you looking both festive and stylish on the 31st (and every other day of the year). Call it the dark side done chic!

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Markus Lupfer Vampire Sequin Wool Sweater, $460; at net-a-porter

Skull Flats, $49.90; at Zara

Brains of Steel Necklace; $90-$160; at Verameat

Zoe Karssen Bat Jersey Sweatshirt, $160; at net-a-porter 

J.W. Anderson x Topshop Ghost Hand-Knit Sweater; $140; at Topshop

Redrum Sweatshirt; $26; at Alex & Chloe

Pamela Love Talon Ring; $325; at Pamela Love

It's Okay To Decay Sweater, $40; at Shop W.A.S.

Knit Bat Sweater; $24.95; at H&M Stores

Wildfox Couture Sempre Skinny Tee; $64; at Wildfox Couture

McQ Alexander McQueen Skull Intarsia Mohair-Blend Sweater Dress; $635; at net-a-porter

Baby Vamp Necklaces, $175-$775; at Bittersweets New York

J.W. Anderson x Topshop Hand-Knit Bat Sweater, $139; at Topshop

Dapper Death iPhone Case by Alec Goss; $35; at Society6

Deer Skull Pendant, $14; at Etsy

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