Holiday & Seasonal

Target’s Halloween Collection Just Dropped And It’s Already Selling Fast

Clearly, we're not the only ones dreaming of fall!

Summer is fun and all, but once your nights get sweaty, your legs get covered in bug bites and your shoulders start peeling from your latest sunburn, autumn starts to sound pretty nice. There’s the crisp air, the beautiful, auburn-hued leaves and, of course, the cozy flannel that hides your quarantine weight gain

Yes, we are dreaming of fall and who can blame us when Target has already dropped its 2020 Halloween collection? Don’t even think of protesting that it’s too soon to start buying skeleton bones and dancing spiders. Waiting until October to start collecting your Halloween must-haves is a rookie mistake!

Liam Vasquez, 2, left and his father, Will Vasquez, right, try on Halloween masks at a Target department store on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018, in Pembroke Pines, Fla. Discounters like Walmart and Target are expanding their costume offerings and creating designated sections where customers can find more of their Halloween needs in one place. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
Liam Vasquez, 2, left and his father, Will Vasquez, right, try on Halloween masks at a Target department store on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018, in Pembroke Pines, Fla. Discounters like Walmart and Target are expanding their costume offerings and creating designated sections where customers can find more of their Halloween needs in one place. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

There are golden pumpkin wine stoppers, pumpkin tealights, pumpkin embellishment kits, werewolf jack-o’-lantern kits, gorgeous celestial capes, masquerade masks and other shockingly realistic masks.

So, what’s new for this year from Target’s Hyde and Eek Boutique? Pull up a coffin, make yourself comfortable and take a peek at some of our favorites:

Pumpkin With Dancing, Singing Vines

This 10-inch tall pumpkin decoration has vines popping out of it that sing and dance! It runs on AA batteries and is activated with a button. Shoppers are already loving this one because the pre-orders have all sold out. Target says there should be more available on Aug. 27, when it’s officially released. It’s priced at $35.

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Hand-Shaped Votive Candle Holder

If you’re going for that Addams Family vibe, this votive candle holder would be perfect. It’s just 3.5 inches tall and is priced at $5, meaning you could grab a few to place around the house. It’s also available in a black version. Pre-orders of this one have already sold out, too!

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Sloth On Broomstick Wooden Sign

This might be the cutest decoration at Target this year. I mean, who wouldn’t smile seeing this little orange sloth wearing a witch’s hat and hanging on a broomstick? It’s selling for $8.

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Punk Werewolf Kids Costume

We are loving this punk werewolf Halloween costume aimed at little girls who are sick of sugar, spice and everything Disney princess. It’s selling for $25 and is available for pre-order. Target says it will be officially released on Aug. 27.

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Light-Up Zombie Dragon Kids Costume

This light-up zombie dragon costume looks like it came straight out of “Game of Thrones.” It’s also priced at $25 and is ready for pre-orders.

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Adaptive Mermaid Kids Costume

Target has an entire section of great costumes that incorporate wheelchairs or walkers into their design. Our favorite of these adaptive costumes might be this mermaid, which also comes with pieces shaped like seashells and starfish that cover the wheels of a wheelchair using fasteners, making the whole look even more immersive. This one is selling for $35.

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Mystic Vampire Adult Costume

We are also eyeing this mystic vampire costume for adults, which is the perfect combo of pretty and petrifying. It’s listed at $35 for pre-order pricing.

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Halloween can’t come soon enough! Shop the full Hyde and Eek collection online right here.