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Decorating with witch hats

Witch apparel has come a long way since the days of the Wicked Witch of the West. Think about it. That famous fiend from The Wizard of Oz wore only black. What fun is there in that?

Fashion-forward witch hats can be hung from ceilings, doors and shelves to create a Halloween perfect look.
Photo by Nancy Baldwin

Trends in witch fashion have changed, and even a wicked witch knows how to dress to kill.

The fashion-conscious sorceress isn’t wearing merely black. Pointed hats in bright colors and fancy fabrics are “in.”

Even better, these haute hats aren’t just for wearing any more. The finest of homes are decorated for Halloween with high fashion witch head gear.

As confirmation, showrooms at the Dallas Market Center and Trade Mart displayed an array of eye-catching hats during last week’s Total Home and Gift mini-market. The selection was marvelous.– large and small, silk and brocade, feathered, bejeweled and glittering. Who knew witches liked bling?

The hats were positioned, arranged and hung, as singles and in groups, from the ceiling, from walls, on shelves and tables, from door jambs and knobs. They were used as table arrangements, door décor and ornaments.

Why wear a hat for a day when it can be used to decorate for a whole month?

The good news is they can be purchased in a variety of colors ($36) at St. Michael’s Women’s Exchange in Highland Park Village. Snatch one – or more – before they’re gone. They’re that amazing.


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