Halloween can be just as fun for adults as it for kids. It’s an excuse to use our childlike imaginations and be silly (or scary). I’m thinking of recreating myself into Wes Anderson’s brilliant character Margot Tenebaum. The ingredients: striped tennis dress, fur coat, loafers, severe side part with barrette, Birkin-esque bag, black eyeliner, candy cigarette and a witch hat, of course. But if a full-on costume isn’t for you, there are still plenty of amusing (and fashionable) ways to honor All Hallows’ Eve. I’ve gathered some boo-tiful pieces that speak to the spooky and the stylish. My plan B party outfit if I ditch the Margot idea? A simple black dress, that Ouija Board cuff (how cool!), and most definitely a pointy black hat.