Though we appreciate an original Halloween costume and think dressing up is fun, we know it’s not everyone’s idea of a good time. Still, that doesn’t mean you should miss out on the fun, so instead of wearing a silly costume, why not wear some stylish threads that give you a bit of a spooky edge? We’ve looked at the season’s latest fashions to find 10 dark and sinister items you can wear not just for Halloween, but for years to come.

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Givenchy’s metal-rock inspired t-shirt (HK$4,290) features a skull and bones motif that’s just a little bit scary.

Alexander McQueen

These skull-adorned trousers by Alexander McQueen (HK$3,850) are a perfect way to add some edge to your outfit no matter what time of year.

Golden Goose

Whether you want to appear like you survived the apocalypse or go for a zombie-chic look, these Golden Goose sneakers (HK$3,077) are just the right amount of down and dirty.

Romain Vollet

Give your wrist a Halloween twist with this edgy Romain Vollet watch (HK$23,500) with a skull on the face.

Saint Laurent

A leather jacket is a staple in every guy’s wardrobe, and this studded Saint Laurent biker jacket (HK$47,500) will stay stylish for seasons to come.


The spooky eyes on Fendi’s stylish hoodie (HK$7,700) make it the perfect thing to wear while dancing to ‘The Monster Mash’.


Snakes can be scary, but these green Gucci sneakers (HK$5,300) make them stylish.


Whether you want to dress like a ’90s zombie or just work a retro look, this flannel shirt by Haculla (HK$3,100) will do the trick.

Faith Connexion

Destroyed sweaters have been a hit recently and we couldn’t think of a better occasion to get in on the trend than Halloween. This one by Faith Connexion (HK$2,579) will make you look like a stylish ghoul.

Saint Laurent

The perfect pants for any non-costume Halloween look — or any off-duty look, for that matter — these Saint Laurent ripped jeans (HK$5,55o) are effortlessly cool.

Tais Elize
Taïs Elize is a half-Dutch half-Surinamese fashion model who has been travelling the world for more than a decade. As a stylist, Taïs believes fashion isn’t about the overall collections; rather, it's about admiring the individuality of each piece and appreciating the beauty that lies in the details. Follow @taiselize on Instagram.