Halloween is an aesthetic based around the theme of Halloween or creepy things. Some ideas may include, but are not limited to: skeletons, bats, jack-o-lanterns, witches, vampires, and spiders.


Halloween visuals invoke imagery of vampires, skeletons, bats, witches, zombies, spiders, Jack-O-Lanterns, ghosts/haunted buildings, abandoned buildings with a creepy vibe to them; Halloween can either play on the dark/macabre or the campy/goofy sides of Halloween.


Halloween fashion can either make nods to Halloween aesthetics or can be made up of Halloween costumes of some sort, which gives it an element of Cosplay to Halloween fashion. It can also include baggy t-shirts, nightgowns, long/maxi skirts, sweaters (particularly large crew necks), baggy/ mom jeans, dirty shoes/Converse/boots/etc., socks (any kind, usually frilly ones though), necklaces (usually antique pendants, lockets, etc.), clothing items that display skeletons, ghosts, ghouls, and other "spooky" figures, and makeup can consist of dull colors like black, grey, blue, or bright colors like red eyeshadow or blush on the nose to give face a "sickly" effect


Halloween music can consist of a lot of Nu-Metal, Goth, and some Punk music, as well as campy Halloween songs or soundtracks to Tim Burton films (Nightmare Before Christmas being a prime example of Halloween music). Popular artists within Halloween include:

  • Misfits
  • Malice Mizer
  • The Cramps
  • Aiden
  • Deadsy
  • From First to Last
  • Dead Man's Bones
  • Harely Poe
  • The Scary Jokes
  • Glass Animals
  • Lemon Demon
  • Teddy Hyde



  • Lucifer
  • Twilight
  • Teen Wolf
  • Stranger Things
  • Over the Garden Wall
  • The Haunting of Hill House
  • Chilling Adventures of Sabrina


  • Limbo
  • Inside
  • Oxenfree
  • Fran Bow
  • Little Misfortune
  • Little Nightmares
  • Night in the Wood
  • Bendy and the Ink Machine


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