More Halloween Treats For Those Plotting Stylish But Spooky Tricks
Make your wicked games all the more bewitching with these Halloween-themed, ghoulish accessories, home accents, and body products. You'll be casting such a powerful spell, everyone in your wake will be left singing Electric Light Opera's "Evil Woman."
Noir Jewelry Bat Girl Dome Ring, $300. Available at NoirJewelry.com
As part of its collaboration with DC Comics, Noir has designed this two-finger ring as a nod to Gotham's finest: the Dark Knight. The gunmetal-plated, solid brass ring features a slightly domed shape that follows the natural curve of the hand, with the wingspan being so wide that it covers most of your knuckles and the back of your hand. Black cubic zirconia stones are encrusted into the iconic Batman logo for a glam twist. Who needs Robin when you've got this piece as your sidekick?
Bath & Body Works Travel-Size Body Lotion, now $1.25 each from $5 each. Available at BathAndBodyWorks.com
Bath & Body Works really does have something for every occasion. This Halloween, it released a limited-edition collection of travel-sized body lotions bearing cheeky labels with pumpkin silhouettes covered with white gothic letters, illustrated carnival-esque backdrops, and spiderweb and Frankenstein themes. New, season-appropriate scents were introduced — among them: Black Candy Apple, a sweet mix of apple, caramel, and vanilla notes; Plum Potion, a tantalizing blend of ripe plum, zesty blood orange, and succulent black raspberry; Wicked Spiced Pumpkin, which smells like pumpkin pie with a hint of nutmeg; and Scream-A-Colada, a more tropical aroma that mixes coconut, pineapple and just a bit of rum for that naughty kick.
D.L. & Co. Deft Skull Brights Votive Set of 4, $45. Available at DLcompany.com
Part of its Memento Mori collection, these candles feature skull illustrations meant to remind onlookers of their own mortality and of the need to live life fully. The bright colors of the glass votive jars — which range from an ultraviolet color to a freesia pink and a fiery yellow — infuse a playful spirit into the otherwise macabre designs.
Delfina Delettrez x Alain Mikli Spider Sunglasses, $800. Available at OpeningCeremony.com
Insects, medieval motifs, gothic overtones, Tim Burton-esque creatures, and creepy but fascinating universes abound in designer Delfina Delettrez's work. A fourth-generation member of the Fendi family, Delettrez has mastered the art of making the weird whimsical, of transforming the macabre into the merry. Now, she has collaborated with eyewear brand Alain Mikli on a series of sunglasses, including these square frames, which feature a printed spiderweb at the top corner of one of the lenses and a han-painted, silver-toned accent at the temple.