Witchy Black Street Style Is the Only October Lookbook You Need
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Witchy Black Street Style Is the Only October Lookbook You Need

StyleCaster | Lindsey Lanquist

We went ahead and kept track of the darkest, witchiest, edgiest looks we came across on the internet. And chronicled them for you below.

If anything, these looks are sure to get you in the October style spirit—and they might just inspire an ensemble or two, too.

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An incredible silhouette made all the more dramatic thanks to some carefully selected black and gold accessories.

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The easiest way to dress up athleisure? Layer on a seriously dark cat-eye.

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Sleek, sophisticated, office-appropriate—and perfect for cold weather.

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Berets have made quite the comeback this year. Why not trade your go-to witch hat for one?

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A quick reminder that charcoal (and the occasional pop of color) has a place in your October wardrobe, too.

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Wearing a glam-goth maxi dress is the ultimate power move.

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Because some days are warmer than others. And that’s what transparent tops are for.

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Head-to-toe leather is a hard look to beat.

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Something about the bubble umbrella—combined with the plunging black midi dress and bright red velvet shoes—makes this outfit feel distinctly whimsical (in the most October-appropriate way possible).

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Yes, jumpsuits are totally October-appropriate—especially when they’re entirely crafted from black leather.

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Completely achromatic. (It can be done.)

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Because coven-worthy clothing and athletic wear don’t have to be mutually exclusive.

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Black coats can be statement-makers—it’s all about the silhouette.

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There’s no better time of year to whip out your favorite black velvet dress.

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The orange eyeshadow elevates this ensemble from pretty October-worthy to definitely October-worthy.

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Equal parts cute comfort and structured sophistication.

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All-black-everything—with a pop of October’s other favorite hue.

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Because when you’re going achromatic, it’s worth mixing up the shape of your silhouette.

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An October take on lampshading.

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A Halloween party look that’ll have everyone asking if you’re actually a witch.

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Consider this your excuse to have some serious fun with your hair this month.

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Patterns and prints are on the menu, too. (So long as their base is black, of course.)

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A power suit for early autumn (when it’s still warm enough to forgo actual pants).

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Definitive proof that head-to-toe black can be seriously dynamic.

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OK, she’s wearing a green coat. But it’s so dark we’ll let it slide. (Plus, the top/pants/fannypack combo is entirely black.)

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Sticking to one color might unearth some surprisingly stylish fusions. (Who knew lace paired with Converse so well?)

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Cropped blazer, long sleeves, thick choker—can’t lose.

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Juxtapose leather with feathers—and anything else you think will clash. When rendered in all black, it’s hard to go wrong.

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Floral maxis and puffy coats are no longer mutually exclusive.

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Forget costumes—wear your most intricate black dress, instead.

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Sleek AF.

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If you don’t already have a black (faux) fur coat, it’s probably time to acquire one.

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You could wear this look anywhere.

This article was written by Lindsey Lanquist from StyleCaster and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network. Please direct all licensing questions to legal@newscred.com.

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