The lead up to Halloween is filled with novelty essentials for the endless sea of parties that require you to be dressed up as a zombie, ghost or member of Suicide Squad. This onslaught of product throughout the winter months can make for a wardrobe full of fancy dress which is never ideal once you have left the university days behind.

Halloween has become much more than this now and has manifested itself as more as a stand-alone trend that you can wear everyday. Black cats, skulls and ghoulish insignia are commonplace in the collection of so many from Alexander McQueen to Charlotte Olympia. So why not ditch the ridiculous costumes and invest in a little evergreen Halloween style that will add a playful touch to your everyday style without leaving you looking like Morticia Addams?

Here are the pieces we will still be wearing after Halloween...

Halloween accessories

Row 1 (L-R):

Wildfox Halloween boos sweatshirt; £94.95, Harrods

Tea and Cake 'girls bite' raglan top; £25, Topshop

Halloween pumpkin beanie; £10, ASOS

Row 2:

Aarrghhhh necklace; £60, Tatty Devine

Kasun jawless vampire skull pendant; £145, Wolf and Badger

Givenchy double sided skull earrings; £193, Barneys

Row 3:

Harriet Sanders picture clutch bag; £62, Not on the high street

Fendi 'bag bugs' shopper tote; £730, Farfetch

Christian Louboutin nail colour; £36, Selfridges

Row 4:

Delaware halloween evil eyes plimsolls; £17.50, ASOS

Lazy Oaf x Casper fluffy jumper; £65, Lazy Oaf

Charlotte Olympia 'Kitty Studs' embroidered suede slippers; £425, Net a Porter