Summer shopping just took a spooky turn.

July 25, 2017
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Target just reminded us that we’ll be swapping frosé for mulled cider in no time. The release of their 2017 Halloween collection is sure to help you welcome fall your way.

The company rolled out six home collections inspired by various fall styles—The Nocturne, Mad Lab, Day of the Dead, Fall Harvest, Stories in the Dark, and Skeletons & Tombstones are all available for pre-order now.

Ranging from $8 to $50, the Nocturne Collection is perfect for your upcoming haunted house. With products like cat skeletons, a Ouija board serving table, and a coffin candy dish, your guests will feel transported to the set of their favorite horror movie.

Mad Lab is the ideal collection to outfit a fun party for the kids. This colorful decor ranges from $3 to $18, and includes options such as decorated mini pumpkins and a string of spider icicle lights.

If you’re planning on celebrating Día de los Muertos with friends and family, look no further than Target’s Day of the Dead merchandise. Here, you’ll find wreaths, dolls, and banners, among other things, to ring in the holiday.

For a more classic approach to fall home decor, the Fall Harvest collection offers rustic options: Cable knit pumpkins, a wheelbarrow, and a wooden sign are just a few of the products available for less than $15.

The Stories in the Dark line provides the most iconic Halloween decor available. Searching for a crashing witch? It’s there. In need of a few bowls to fill with all of that highly-anticipated candy? There are four options to choose from.

And finally, Target encourages you to “trick out your home” with the Skeleton & Tombstone Party series. You’ll find ghouls, spirits, and even a Chihuahua skeleton in this graveyard-influenced group of home products.

Whatever the theme or feel of your October celebration, you can find even more Halloween items—including costumes for the whole family (your furry loved ones, too!)—at Target.com. And for all of your DIY and Halloween how-to needs, check out Real Simple's entertaining and crafting advice here

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