I have a secret. I kind of have a Halloween T-shirt problem. I keep seeing cute ones and find myself unable to say no. And while I have a fair amount of clothing that is littered with skulls these days…I didn’t have a flat out Halloween shirt to wear.
Yes, the girl with a Halloween site didn’t have a Halloween T-shirt.
So I decided to change that. Over the past month or so, I’ve been combing through websites, looking for the perfect Halloweenie tank or tee for my fall wardrobe. And I’ve found some! I’ve slowly been building my collection through sales and discounts I couldn’t say no to, and through that process I’ve also dug up some pretty killer sites.
“I’m so envious that there are way more Halloween options in the ladies section than there are in the gents section!” he said.
Well, Chris – today is your lucky day.
Here are 10 spots you can find some Halloween T-shirts for all your spooky needs >>>
All the company names are direct links to their Halloween collections.
I’ve been eyeing items on this site for the better part of a year, and when I found all shirts were 25% off…I decided to go for it and bought this Halloween crafting skills tank. Human has some fun, and slightly edgy, designs that you can buy as tanks, T-shirts and even pullovers. I’m hoping to grab this design next.
I happened across Tees and Tank You when I shared these Halloween lapel pins I love. (I’m still dying over their Sanderson Sisters pins.) They have so many cute designs that come in a variety of styles – plus, you can’t beat their prices.
I discovered Society6 earlier this year when I was looking for prints for my living room, and I’m so sad I didn’t know about it sooner! It’s a really awesome site full of artwork by amazing artists, so you’re getting more of a one-of-a-kind feel to anytime you buy. You could get lost spending hours looking at all the possibilities. (Like I did every time I looked for prints!)
The cool thing is when you find a piece of art you like, if you click on the artist’s name you can likely find the same artwork available on a variety of items, like phone cases, tote bags and even beach towels. Enjoy getting lost!
I found Rest In Black on Instagram via Fightwares, and these shirts have a creepy, gothic vibe to them which I love. The October 31 and Trick or Treat T-shirts are two of my faves!
Last year I became totally obsessed with the idea of owning an ugly Halloween sweater. When I saw this one by Ghoulish Threads on Instagram, I had to follow the company immediately! How fun is this sweater? They also have two cute Halloween blankets in their shop to keep you extra cozy this October.
The Sad Ghost Club isn’t strictly Halloween, but their adorable ghostie is a perfect addition to any spooky collection. There’s also an enamel pin, tote bag and other assorted goodies in their collection. They even do a zine! Plus, the club has a really awesome mission: to spread a positive awareness of mental health.
I ordered a “It’s just a bunch of Hocus Pocus” tank via Jane.com a few weeks ago and got it in the mail this week. I LOVE it! Moss + Crown has a few other “Hocus Pocus” and Halloween themed shirts in their store to check out too.
Looks like this shop has closed since I wrote this post. What a bummer! [Updated 7/31/2017]
I got sucked into Skreened by one of their “Hocus Pocus” shirts but, much like Human, there are so many fun and slightly-edgy options in their collection. (This Ouija one might be my fave!) They also have a lot of clever “costume” T-shirts. Check ’em out!
I ran across Gnarly Tees’ Halloween collection one day on Pinterest and tucked it away for a rainy day. There’s some crazy Halloween designs out there for shirts, and I like how simple and straight forward these are. I also like their slightly vintage feel in the print.
Much like Gnarly Tees, I like how simple and straight forward Thug Life’s T-shirts are. I don’t like a lot of pattern or design in my T-shirt, and if I could do it my daily uniform would be black skinny pants and a grey tee. Plus, that “Trick or Treat Yo Self” T-shirt is A+.
Spot a shirt you can’t live without?
Or maybe you know of another killer site for Halloween tees – share ’em in the comments!
By the way, if you’re hosting a Halloween party…make sure it is killer! I opened up registration for my first-ever Halloween e-course this week: How to Plan a Killer Halloween Party. From a themes and menus to playlists and decor, I cover it all! Plus when you sign up, you’ll receive an 18-page workbook I’ve designed just for you to keep track of all your killer Halloween plans.
I received no compensation from any of the brands featured in this post – I just genuinely enjoy what they do.
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