While it might not seem like the best use of your cash, there are plenty of pairs available that you’ll wear time and time again, long after the trick-or-treaters are gone. Skulls for example, have long been a mainstay for designers such as Alexander McQueen. The label sprinkles the motif throughout its boots, sneakers and heels for an edgy year-round look.
Looking for a creepy-crawly style? Both Charlotte Olympia and Marc Jacobs make subtle spider smoking slippers, while Sanayi 313’s shearling slides with spider embroidery make a major statement.
Even if you’re not a fan of skulls, spiders or skeletons, there are plenty of orange-hued options to get you in the Halloween spirit. Manolo Blahnik’s orange suede BB pumps are a keep-forever classic, while Gianvito Rossi’s orange-and-black python Portofino sandals are an ultra-luxe alternative.
Click through the gallery to see more designer shoes for Halloween and beyond that are worth the splurge.