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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Big-name and indie designers alike are gearing up for the Halloween season with spooky pieces, monstrous trinkets, and mystical garments. Only a little over two weeks into September and our Instagram and Facebook feeds have been inundated by big brands with ravishing seasonal lines of clothing.  It leads us to wonder: what about the little guys, gals, and non-binary pals? Small business are the root of what can make a darkling closet truly unique and terrifyingly passionate. When we came across The Beheaded on Instagram we knew we had to carve a spot out for their Halloween line, perfectly dubbed “Spoopy.”

Orange Pumpkin Kimono // $55

The Beheaded’s Halloween line, which launched September 17th, is wearable clothing for the pastel witch and the kitschy darkling alike. This California-based brand is the epitome of small. It’s run by just one person, dubbed Jazzy on all social media, and everything is made-to-order by hand. This allows for a range of sizes, from 0-18.

Butternut Poms! Earrings // $8

The Beheaded’s spooky line is also small but oh so cute. It features just five products so far, all of which have been lovingly designed and obsessively stitched in satiny fabrics of oranges, blacks, and pastel pinks.

The Peachy Pumpkin Kimono sold out in under two hours! // Keep your eye on the restock here.

 

Velvet Web Wrap // $15.00

The Spoopy line features wholesome pieces that, in their simplicity, scream out the very essence of childhood Halloweens. They feature cobweb imagery, jack-o-lantern faces, and playful pom-poms fit for the most nostalgic of Hallows Eve lovers. We mean, seriously, have you seen those kimonos? That fiendish pumpkin smile? We’ll take two!

Black Pumpkin Kimono // $55

Click here to see the entire Spoopy line! Follow her on Instagram to stay updated on restocks and spooky new items.

Liah Paterson

Liah Paterson

Liah Paterson is a Queens-based freelance illustrator. She spends her days polishing up her knowledge of occult objects, destroying canvases, and trying to coax her cats into liking her. Her apartment is filled with piles of books, sculptures, and paintings of disembodied hands, and a partner who plays scary video games for her so she can watch them like movies. Find her on Instagram (@atenderwitch) or on her website (liahpaterson.com).

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