Halloween For Adults

Fun-sized candy bars never get old. Falling leaves and pumpkins? Never get old. You, however, do get old(er) and at a point celebrating Halloween isn’t so much about dressing up and gorging on Skittles, but about embracing the season and all that is great about it. A slight nip in the air, fires, Candy Corn, leaf piles- these are ageless enjoyments. Fill up the candy bowl and settle in for a list of autumn comforts and Halloween-inspired gear that is perfect for you, your home, and this fall season.

Follow Me on Pinterest | Posted: 12 Sep, 2011 by Rene

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  • Chocolate Ghosts

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    Hands off, trick-or-treaters! These delicious treats are for grown-ups only. While the kids are gorging themselves on fun-sized candy bars, the adults can enjoy hand-dipped white chocolate ghosts, a seasonal treat from renowned chocolatier L.A. Burdick. Pair with some spiked cider for a spooky good time.

    $18 at L.A. Burdick | Buy

    | Posted 10 Oct, 2011 by Rene
  • Spider Web Pillow

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    This cotton pillow has a simple spider web stitched on and is so subtle, you could use it year-round. A little bit of spooky can go a long way at Halloween.

    $28 at Jenni Lyons | Buy

    | Posted 26 Sep, 2011 by Rene
  • Patina Skull Necklace

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    The gorgeous patina on this skull and crossbones necklace gives it a great aged and antique-y feel, and the greenish tint really pops against the gold. Who knew a skull could be such a cute accessory?

    $25 at Silent Roses | Buy

    | Posted 15 Sep, 2011 by Rene
  • Hallstatt Plaid Cape

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    Channel Sherlock Holmes in a gorgeous plaid cape. This cape drapes beautifully and is belted to avoid any unnecessary bulk. Throw up the hood and instead of a British sleuth you’re suddenly Little Plaid Riding Hood.

    $148 at Anthropologie | Buy

    | Posted 15 Sep, 2011 by Rene
  • Hanging Around Print

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    I vant to hang on your valls. An old page out of a dictionary is embellished with an upside-down bat, ready to pounce. A little macabre, but also an artful way to celebrate Halloween.

    $8 at Winterberry Cottage | Buy

    | Posted 15 Sep, 2011 by Rene
  • Autumn Leaves Scarf

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    Mimic the falling leaves with a leaf print scarf. Supersoft jersey will keep you wrapped up without overheating, and extra-long length is always nice. This beautiful shade of green will flatter just about anyone’s fading summer tan, too.

    $25 at Sweet Harvey | Buy

    | Posted 14 Sep, 2011 by Rene
  • Bone Bottle Opener

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    Pass the bone, I need a cold one.

    $8 at West Elm | Buy

    | Posted 14 Sep, 2011 by Rene
  • Maternity Pleated Empire Top

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    The first one to make a Great Pumpkin joke is getting punched. But truly, this empire top is a stylish way to showcase a burgeoning baby bump and embrace the hues of autumn at the same time.

    $18 at Old Navy | Buy

    (On sale)

    | Posted 13 Sep, 2011 by Rene
  • Brains Cupcake Kit

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    Braaaaains! Delicious vanilla braaaaains!

    $6 at World Market | Buy

    | Posted 13 Sep, 2011 by Rene
  • Belt With Bow

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    Buckle up with a burnt orange leather belt for a pop of fall color. The wee bow is perfectly scaled to be cute but not too much, and, as well all know, bows make everything better.

    $36 at Zara | Buy

    | Posted 12 Sep, 2011 by Rene
  • The Spooky Dance Card

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    Who says you can’t send your pals spooky greetings? Just ditch the Hallmark route and go for a hand painted card. The colors are brighter and the illustration of costumed cats will make any ghoul smile.

    $7 at The Dancing Cat | Buy

    | Posted 12 Sep, 2011 by Rene