17 Investment Shoes You Can Wear Even After Halloween Is Over

Eyeing a pair of pricey shoes fit for Halloween?

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.

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Alexander McQueen skull sandals, $1,140.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue.

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.

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Marc Jacobs embroidered spider loafer, $325.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nordstrom.
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Sanayi 313 shearling spider-embroidered slides, $1,330.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Net-a-porter.

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.

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Manolo Blahnik BB orange suede pumps, $595.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Neiman Marcus.
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Gianvito Rossi orange and black python sandals, $1,195.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Barneys New York.

Click through the gallery to see more designer shoes for Halloween and beyond that are worth the splurge.

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