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Fashionista NOW: Skull Print Fashion Inspiration

October’s near and that means Halloween! For a wearable Halloween look, skull prints top the list among other bone-inspired prints to be sported on any day of the month. Find out how to wear these fashionable skulls out!

I can’t help it. I love skull-inspired things so much that it’d be a crime not to hoo-hah about it on my precious fashion column.

Halloween is a favorite celebration of mine even though I do not go out of my way to look like a real vampire, I just love the idea of people letting their inner monsters out to play. Plus it’s just so much fun!

If you happen to stumble across this page from googling for something wearable but human skull-centered, you are in for a pure skull print delight!

Scroll down for skull printed looks from a roundup of lookbooks and gain insight on how you can wear skull prints:

skull top – H&M

skull blouse – Nasty Gal

skull top – Chicnova

skull skater dress – Lazy Oaf

skull tank – Urban Outfitters

skull shirt – Wear Ever

skull print dress – Black Milk Clothing

skull print leggings – Romwe

diamond encrusted skull print sweater – SheInside

skull print top – Vaintage

skull print cardigan – Karma Loop

Which of these skull print looks would you wear? Share below!

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