Target Released Its Halloween Decor, and Now We Need a Disco Ball Skull
Is fall the new summer? We’re only asking because Target already has Halloween decorations for sale. This is one of those instances of when arriving too early isn’t polite; instead, it feels a bit overwhelming, like a stranger breathing down your neck in the checkout line. Technically, summer 2019 is still in its infant stages. It’s barely a month old, and if you’re anything like us, you have yet to even take advantage of a cheap summer travel deal.
That said, we do recognize that some of you can’t resist a good deal, even if the items you buy won’t be needed for another few months. Here’s what you can expect from this early-bird Halloween drop.
Target recently launched its super popular “Hyde and Eek” boutique, which offers various spook-tacular items like treats, accents and figurines, animated decor, skeletons, skulls, and party supplies. There’s also a range of costumes include those specifically designed for children with disabilities such as adaptive pirate and princess costumes for wheelchair users and unicorn and shark costumes with flat seams, no tags, and removable hoods, fins and wings to accommodate children with sensory issues. All four adaptive kids’ costumes are currently available on Target.com for pre-order and will ship after August 22, along with the full Hyde and Eek collection.
Among the interior and exterior decor collections is Moonlight Bash, which features studded pumpkins, a DJ skeleton and Halloween lights. The Ghoulish Garden helps to liven up the Halloween-themed space with “bright botanicals, cloches and rare specimens.” Pumpkin Parlor features painted pumpkins, wreaths and other bewitched creatures to make sure your home is sufficiently spooky yet still family-friendly. Finally, the Harvest Collection encourages you to welcome the fall with garlands, pumpkins and dried floral wreaths.
Here are some of our favorite picks below that are available for preorder:
Halloween decor doesn’t have to be all black and orange, as this white and purple studded pumpkin proves.
If “Little Shop of Horrors” taught us anything, it’s that plants can be creepy, too. This terrarium proves that.
Disco Ball Skull, $15
Even skulls get the glam treatment in this year’s halloween collection.
Bring new meaning to neighborhood watch with this eyeball wreath.
Not all Halloween decor needs to be scary, which is evident by this light up corgi in a bee costume.
All right, boys and ghouls, it’s time for candy from this ghostly bowl.
Yep, you can score this scary succulent for just $3.
Get your ouija on with this serving tray.
We never knew we needed a skull-covered pineapple, but we definitely do.