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Bewitching Bling: 5 Halloween jewellery essentials to wear this week

Halloween is lurking right around the corner, and if you still don’t know what you’re going as, do not fear: our Halloween jewellery accessories list is here.

Whether you’re looking for a subtle way to incorporate October thrills and chills into your everyday wardrobe, or a sparkling way to spruce up your Halloween costume, several jewellery houses are embracing a haute horror jewellery trend to bring a glittering alternative to plastic fake witch noses and clown masks this Halloween.

To begin getting you into the spooky spirit of things, we’ve put together a list of the most scarily stylish accessories of the minute. From a full-blown green tourmaline spider on your ring finger, to a slithering serpent on the wrist, these sparkling Halloween accessories are for all the ladies and gents who know that the best kind of costumes always involve plenty of carats.

Featured image and Hero credit: Dior

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Dior Skull Ring

A symbol of the inevitability of death, memento mori jewels can be traced back many centuries, where they stood for a reminder to always make the most of the present. Bringing a fresh high fashion twist to the tradition, Dior has unveiled the ‘Tête de Mort’ collection, with an array of friendly skull motifs. Designed by Victoire de Castellane, this Skull Ring (approx. THB 304, 650) features a pink quartz stone, 18k pink gold, and diamonds. Feminine, enigmatic, and delicate, who said Halloween jewellery could only be black, red, or white? Not Dior.

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Alexander McQueen Spider Necklace

Talk about Halloween in fashion and it’s near impossible to not at least allude to the iconic Alexander McQueen, who brought skulls to the mainstream with their famous t-shirts and scarves. This brass Spider Necklace (approx. THB 24,065) follows suit – whilst also riding the coin necklace trend wave – by featuring a spider pendant and skull head embellished with Swarovski crystals and pearls. Bearing something of a vintage-inspired vibe, here’s a wickedly witchin’ piece that would look great stacked with other necklaces, too.

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Chaumet Jardins Araignée

Animal-inspired jewellery is all the rage this year, and if there’s one animal (well, insect) that truly captures the spirit of Halloween, it’s bound to be the spider. Part of the Jardins Abeilles collection, this  Chaumet Jardins Araignée Ring (POA) features a yellow gold ring set with diamonds, a 0.61 carat yellow sapphire, and a pear-shaped 5.26 carat green tourmaline. Naturalist and sparkling, it’s an ideal creepy cocktail ring, with the piercing poison-like colours of the gemstones bringing a vibrant pop to any outfit or costume.

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Bulgari Serpenti Bracelet

Would our list really be complete without a slithering piece from the Bulgari Serpenti collection? Merging two of their most iconic symbols into one, this Serpenti bracelet (approx. THB 1,165,000) combines the coil of the snake with the soul of tubogas. The 18k rose gold single spiral bracelet is set with pave diamonds on the head and tail, and has something spine-tingling-ly sensual and alluring about it. An eye-catching statement piece, it’s seductive horror glam of the best kind.

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GucciGhost Ring

For those who prefer a more minimalistic and lighthearted Halloween accessory, this Gucci GucciGhost Ring (approx. THB 7,900) makes for a charming option. The sterling silver and multi-coloured enamel ring features artist Trouble Andrew’s playful GucciGhost motifs, blended beautifully with Gucci’s Alessandro Michele designs. Charming in a way that only Gucci can pull off even on Halloween, it’s the perfect accessory for all those who want to dress up without actually having to dress up, (Or for all those who secretly want to dress up at work, as a subtly spooky accessory to pair with your office attire).

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Lisa Gries
Creative Content Director, Bangkok
Lisa loves to travel, and is always on the lookout for the world’s best nap spots. She’s a serious Asian art history nerd, and has a knack for languages and coffee table books. She hopes to publish her own novels one day, one of which will likely be called ‘All The Great Conversations I Had In A Bangkok Speakeasy.’ It’s a work in progress.
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