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Halloween-Inspired Accessories You Can Wear All Year

  • Arachnophobia

    From famed jewelry designer Tom Binns‘ 2012 Nophobia Spiders Collection comes an eight-legged arthropod ready to crawl its way into your wardrobe. Put them in a trance by layering this 24-karat gold-plated pendant over a plush, cozy sweater or letting it peek mysteriously out from a low-cut blouse.

    Tom Binns Small Spider Pendant Necklace, $132 Shopbop

  • Something Wicked This Way Comes

    This intricately woven cuff is, no doubt, sure to become this season’s accessory go-to. Made with gunmetal and encrusted with Swarovski crystals, it’s a real statement piece that will take you from voodoo to vixen in seconds.

    Siyabona Gunmetal Large Spiked Woven Cuff, $275 AlexisBittar

  • The Serpent and The Rainbow

    You stored your vampire garb weeks ago, but this freaky ring is something you’ll keep in your jewelry box forever. Made from easily-adjustable gold vermeil, this delicate serpent wraps around two fingers and eases its head on the knuckle. Offset the creepiness by wearing it with a sleek sheath and pumps.

    Jacquie Aiche New Snake Knuckle Ring, $195 Shopbop

  • Hellraiser

    By no stretch are they ordinary fishnets. You’ll turn up the heat on any outfit with these tights designed with a toe to thigh “sea of fine-mesh fishnet flames”. Wear them with a black full leather skirt, a snug black turtleneck and a pair of open-toed booties and master this Fall’s leather and lace trend.

    Wolford Fire Fishnet Tights, $62 Net-a-Porter

  • Fright Night

    Embrace your inner vamp with this double wrap leather studded belt. Pair it with a floral dress and strike the perfect balance of feminine chic meets punk rock vampire. A healthy dose of goth never hurt anyone.

    Haley Double Wrap Studded Belt, $245 DVF.com

  • Offbeat October

    Photo courtesy of Wikipedia When it comes to choosing which of these accessories you can’t live without, just remember this: When worn all together, you’ve got downright disturbing. When added as eclectic elements to your everyday style, you’ve got spine-tingling fun.

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