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Halloween Fashion: 15 Pieces to Make the Holiday Scarily Stylish
It’s as hard to believe as Jennifer Love Hewitt’s memorable scream in “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” but Halloween is next Thursday. Maybe you have your costume all planned out (ahem, Miley Cyrus, anyone?) or maybe you don’t, but one thing’s for certain: Whether or not you intend on participating in the spooky festivities, you might want to consider what festive adornments you can rock to show your spirit (pun intended). Here’s the best part: You don’t have to be cheesy to dress in a Halloween motif! READ: 10 Creepy Halloween Cocktails to Spook Your Guests From Alexander McQueen’s iconic skull print (on dresses, scarves, and just about anything else you can imagine) to Zoe Karssen’s ongoing love for a cheeky sweatshirt, there’s no shortage of fashion pieces that will help make your Halloween equal parts playful and stylish. Check out 15 cool (and kitschy) finds to upgrade your All Hollow’s Eve style now! What are you waiting for?
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Jack-o-lantern sweatshirt

$76 at Topshop.
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Rhyme Los Angeles Skirt

$30 at Piperlime.
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Alexander McQueen Skull Sweater Dress

$352 at The Outnet.
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Pearl Crown Skull Ring

$230 at Alexander McQueen.
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Topshop X-Ray Skeleton Dress

$50 at Nordstrom.
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Halloween Fashion: 15 Pieces to Make the Holiday Scarily Stylish

It’s as hard to believe as Jennifer Love Hewitt’s memorable scream in “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” but Halloween is next Thursday. Maybe you have your costume all planned out (ahem, Miley Cyrus, anyone?) or maybe you don’t, but one thing’s for certain: Whether or not you intend on participating in the spooky festivities, you might want to consider what festive adornments you can rock to show your spirit (pun intended). Here’s the best part: You don’t have to be cheesy to dress in a Halloween motif! READ: 10 Creepy Halloween Cocktails to Spook Your Guests From Alexander McQueen’s iconic skull print (on dresses, scarves, and just about anything else you can imagine) to Zoe Karssen’s ongoing love for a cheeky sweatshirt, there’s no shortage of fashion pieces that will help make your Halloween equal parts playful and stylish. Check out 15 cool (and kitschy) finds to upgrade your All Hollow’s Eve style now! What are you waiting for?

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