Asos bat clutch, vintage spider brooch, New Look ghost sweater, West Elm branch candelabra, Zara cat ear hat, Asos fang ring, Diptyque Feu de Bois candle, Floss Gloss glow-in-the-dark nail polish, Asos faux raccoon tail, Phoebe Richardson skeleton hand plate, Topshop bat skirt, Mac lipstick in Cyber Deep Plum, Z Gallerie Poison bottle, Nasty Gal skeleton leggings, Rupert Sanderson bootie, Z Gallerie gold skull
Each time Halloween comes around, I get excited for the spooky vibe, scary movies, and endless candy. It's definitely a fun holiday that marks the exciting transition in the season between early fall and holiday time. It's been a few years since I actually dressed up. The last time I did, I went as Catwoman and spent enough time and money on that costume that I felt totally justified in letting myself off the hook for a few years, at least until the next solid costume opportunity came along. That won't be this year, but I'm perfectly happy celebrating it simply by incorporating some stylish Halloween elements into my wardrobe and home, which somehow seem to fit right in with my everyday stuff. Enjoy the holiday and whatever you do to celebrate, just be sure to stay clear of the zombies.