Evil Queens, Pumpkin Kings, and specters of all kinds rejoice! Before fall has even officially arrived, BaubleBar has dropped a horrifyingly covetable Disney Halloween-themed collection of jewelry and accessories.

The “Disney friends in theme” collection features classic Disney characters remixed in haunting and wholesome Halloween style. Earrings are a major component of the line, with options including pumpkin-headed Plutos ($48), Mickey Mouse-shaped spider webs ($58), a pair of pirate Goofy studs ($48), and bat-winged Mickey face earrings ($32)!

Bag charms also abound! There’s a devilish Donald Duck, glow-in-the-dark pumpkin Mickey, a hot pink witch Minnie Mouse, and a princess Daisy Duck ($78 each).

Classic icons of Halloween also run through the collection, alongside the classic Disney characters. You’ll find candy corn charms ($25), spooky scary skeletons-looking Mickey in multiple forms ($78-48), and bed-sheet-style ghosts ($58). 

Meanwhile, the collection’s upcoming glow-in-the-dark Maleficent, Cruella, and Ursula bag charms remind us who really runs fright night. And for those lamenting about the same old thing in your accessories collection? Nightmare Before Christmas items are also on the way! Wear Sally, Jack, Oogie Boogie, and Zero on your bags and your ears.

Whether you’re a creature-feature craver or you fall more on the pumpkin-spiced end of the spectrum, spooky season devotees can get a jump on the most wonderful time of the year by shopping the collection on baublebar.com now.

BaubleBar Disney Halloween Collection

Spooky Mickey to adorn ears! | Source: BaubleBar

Spooky style coming your way! BabubleBar's Disney Halloween lines features the classic Mickey crew decked out in pumpkin, candy corn, and skeletal style, as well as a few evil queens to keep things spicy. Some of these frighteningly chic earrings, necklaces, and bag charms even glow-in-the-dark!

Product Facts

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  • $32-78

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Madison Patterson

Madison Patterson

Madison Patterson is an editorial assistant at the Pop Insider, the Toy Insider, and the Toy Book. When she isn't writing, the Seattle native can be found reading the classics, watching football, and scouring the city for New York's best vintage.