When I was a kid, I desperately wanted holiday-themed clip on earrings. I’m guessing this can be blamed on Clarissa Darling and Claudia Kishi (who, of course, made her own out of twine and glitter-coated stale Cheerios).
Now I’m an adult and have no desire to wear a dangling skeleton in one ear and a pumpkin on the other. Even still, I find Halloween-themed accessories wildly amusing.
Which means today’s (very spooky theme) is:
The felt handle is definitely easier to carry than the standard plastic pumpkin. This is important since the number one cause of Low Candy Acquisition among trick-or-treaters is physical discomfort (second is stamina of parents, third is bursting into tears because of lawn decorations).
I would have been all over these back when I was nine. Weirdly enough, I couldn’t find too many of these on ShopStyle (which is kind of why I do the Friday Feets posts – I’m a ho).
I’m pretty sure I had an elementary school art teacher who wore this pin. Back then I thought those kinds of pins were totally cheesy. But, y’know, themed earrings were cool. My logic was impeccable.
Iron Fist Zombie Stomper Platform Heel – $39
Undead skull on your feet? Way better than the usual cheesy stripper heels.
T.U.K Women’s A7837L Pump (Frankenstein Pump) – $45
Frankenstein shoes that aren’t Halloween-exclusive. Or maybe they are Halloween exclusive and I’m just letting my love of brightly colored heels get in the way of good taste.
Asos Richmond Silver Skeleton Necklace – $131.02
If you’ve been thinking to yourself, “If I only had a $130 skeleton necklace, this Halloween would be complete,” your holiday has been saved.
In truth, I have no idea why this is over $100. I’m pretty sure you can buy the same thing at Claire’s. But if buying this particular necklace will make you happy, more power to you.
Robeez Infants “3D Monster” Crib Shoe – $36
Why don’t these exist in real people sizes? I would wear them every them every. Especially if they made growling noises. Can we make that happen? Growling adult sized crib shoes need to exist.