Spooky Star Trends Worth Trying

No tricks here: try these Halloween-appropriate skull scarves, kitty-cat flats and more star-loved looks that will keep the treats coming long after the holiday is over

01 of 05

SKULL SCARVES

SKULL SCARVES
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Stash your ratty old pashmina in favor of a wrapper with a little more edge. and wear cool skull-print scarves that draw attention to their boo-tiful faces (sorry, we couldn’t resist!).

02 of 05

BAT-PRINT TOPS

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Literal animal prints are everywhere this fall, but rocking a kitten or puppy on your shirt might make you look like a grade-schooler. A comfy, fitted top emblazoned with a funky bat (like Rachel Bilson’s tee or Alexa Chung’s Topshop sweater) is a decidedly more grown-up way to interpret the trend.

03 of 05

ORANGE AND BLACK

ORANGE AND BLACK
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Yes, we are endorsing this tricky color combo post-Halloween, but tread carefully. Olivia Wilde’s orange dress pops with the glam black accents (plus the yellow clutch breaks up the look), and Amy Poehler gets points for letting her eye-catching orange shoes take the spotlight against her basic black outfit.

04 of 05

BLOODRED LEATHER

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Look scary-hot this week (and throughout the fall and winter) in a skintight pair of bright red skinnies. Kylie Jenner (in Parker) uses simple black accessories to make this look totally accessible, though bolder girls could make like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (in J Brand) and add a graphic top.

05 of 05

KITTY-CAT FLATS

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Want to look positively bewitching? Give these cat-face flats – seen on half of Hollywood this season – a try. and cast a spell in their pairs, worn with girlie separates.

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