Style, Decor & More: Halloween Aesthetics: Festive Ways To Prepare For The Holiday

Halloween Aesthetics: Festive Ways To Prepare For The Holiday

By: Katie Gray
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                One of the best parts about the Fall season is Halloween! The leaves are changing colors, the weather is cooling down, and spooky decorations are everywhere. It’s the time to do some baking and treat yourself to candy. (An added bonus: It makes your home smell delicious.) There are all kinds of ways to spruce up your house, life activities and wardrobe – to enjoy this festive time of the year.  Drink lots of coffee – especially a pumpkin spiced latte. Go apple picking and pumpkin picking. Carve some pumpkins with a cool design, and then bake the pumpkin seeds in the oven for a treat. Go to a Halloween parade and/or party. Dress up as a fun character. Stock up on candy and definitely get a Halloween classic: candy corn. Of course, watch the 1993 Disney classic, Hocus Pocus – starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Bette Midler and Kathy Najimy. This is one of the most fun times of the whole year!

Here are 10 simple ways to enjoy the Halloween season:


1.  Make Decorative Fall Wreaths: 



2.  Stock Up On Candy & Sweets: 

3.  Watch Scary Movies:


4.  Festive Baking:


5.  Buy Fall Scented Candles:

6.  Hocus Pocus On Repeat:

7.  Pumpkin Carving:

8.  Halloween D├ęcor:

9.  Halloween Panties:

10. Trick-Or-Treat:






Katie Gray is a Marymount Manhattan College alum with degrees in Communication & Media Arts and Business with a concentration in Entrepreneurship. She is a New York City based freelance writer, journalist and reporter. She has had jobs and internships with: Marie Claire, Fox News, 5W Public Relations, NY1 News, Bloomingdale’s flagship, Cumulus Media with radio stations NASH FM & PLJ, Tribeca Film Festival and New York Fashion Week with the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Her work has been featured in print and online publications: Brooklyn Reporter, Cupid’s Pulse, The Daily Meal, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Center for Communication, Bensonhurst Bean, and more. You can find more articles from Katie on her website: www.xoxokatiegray.com

7 comments :

  1. I can't wait for Halloween. It is my favorite holiday!

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    1. Awww....It is so much fun to dress up! Have a great Halloween!

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  2. Hocus Pocus is on 24/7 at my house also - lol.

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    1. Boy! It sounds like everybody has seen this movie except me! My daughter loves it, too!
      Thanks for stopping by, Patty and Happy Halloween!

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  3. Cute post! Happy Halloween!

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    1. Thanks, Shelly. Hope you had a great Halloween!
      Thank you for stopping by!

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  4. Sorry I missed this. Cute post.

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