Spooky Shoe Style: 9 Men’s Shoes to Wear on Halloween

Fright night: It’s quickly approaching, so get ready to show off your scary shoe style in footwear detailed with skulls, spiders and even a drop or two of blood (fake, of course).

Now don’t think you’re going to find these looks at your local Halloween pop-up store. These spooky men’s styles carry designer names that include Alexander McQueen and Del Toro as well as moderately priced athletic looks from brands such as Vans and Converse.

Vans men's spider web lace-up sneaker
Vans spider web laceup, $69.
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Keep in mind that these novelty footnotes are not limited to a single wearing occasion. Skull motifs continue to gain momentum as a fashion trend, showing up as a fun detail on apparel, accessories and even jewelry. So consider them as a wardrobe investment.

Alexander McQueen Mens Skull Sneakers
Alexander McQueen sneakers, $625.
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While more and more adults are donning costumes these days, there are still those who prefer to express their holiday style in a more low-key way. There are Halloween-inspired options that offer a more sophisticated way to dress up, such as high-end smoking slippers — the perfect finish to an all-black outfit.

Ralph Lauren Mens Skull Slippers
Ralph Lauren slippers, $695.
CREDIT: Courtesy of brand.

For those who plan to spend the evening going door to door with their favorite little goblins and ghosts, spine-chilling slip-ons and high-top sneakers offer a comfortable way to make the rounds.

Click through the gallery to see more men’s shoe styles for Halloween.

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