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Fall Fashion Guide: Get Witchy
Fall Fashions Designed by Our Creators
Curated by Gretchen Gales
Fall has finally arrived, and so have new and exciting products from our shop! If you're looking for a new addition to your wardrobe or want some cute fall-themed accessories, you have come to the right place to find them. Getting your fill of spooky merch through our Society6 store is super easy and guilt free, especially since each purchase helps us continue our mission to bring you the best quirky content on the web.
Take a peek at some of my personal fall fashion favorites from the shop, including mugs, stationary, and amazing fashion picks that will make your wardrobe stand out this season.
Our Constant Witnesses Travel Mug
Durable and portable for all of your favorite fall drinks, this travel mug features Christine Stoddard's award-winning design "Our Constant Witnesses" made from archival images.
Blackness Stationary Cards
Whether you're a Poe fanatic or just like the sleek look of a Gothic greeting, these stationary cards come in sets of 3, 5, and 10.
Persistence of Poe Long Sleeve T-Shirt
If you're a fan of our film The Persistence of Poe or just want something to show off your favorite writer, this shirt is perfect for those looking for something to keep warm next to a bonfire or a late-night, outdoor poetry reading.
Bonfire Season Leggings
Want to cuddle up next to the bonfire with your bag of marshmallows? Don't forget to grab a pair of leggings that will stand out against the light of the flame.
Eternally Fabulous Carry-All Pouch
You might be dead inside, but you're also ready to be cute. This pouch comes in three different sizes and is ready to goth-sparkle all night long!
Confronting Death Tote Bag
You may not be ready to look death in the face, but you can put all of your essentials in the bag. It's even machine washable!
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