The Skull Season Edit

The Skull Season Edit

Halloween is perhaps best known for its symbols (what introduces spooky season faster than your first jack-o’-lantern spotting?), but none are quite as lasting as the skull. A symbol of the gothic and dark arts for centuries, the skull is an everlasting symbol throughout history and a recurring print in fashion—regardless of the season. Skull-marked pieces, although slightly more on-theme in October, are truly timeless. We plucked seven cerebral pieces straight from our Halloween capsule, each ready to turn heads through the thirty-first and beyond.      

Shadow Banned Faces of Death Puffer, $195

Shadow Banned’s upgraded staple has remained a TRILL top-seller for good reason—every stitch of this puffer loaded with ultra-bright color, cheeky horror references, and pop-culture winks that are all too perfect for this time of year. 

Higashi 3500D Tapestry Pants, $205

Combine on-theme skull print with on-trend tapestry knit, and you end up with a true head-turner with quality that will last for seasons to come.  

Against the World "Life of a Rockstar" T-Shirt, $60

Seeking a spooky-season upgrade to your weekly rotation of graphic tees? Look no further. 

Terror Tales Thermal All-Over Print Shorts, $63

While the graphic print of these shorts screams Halloween, the psychedelic colorway screams anything but—making them as seasonless as they are comfortable. 

TRILL Originals Remember Me Hoodie, $85

Inscribed with poet Christina Rossetti’s ode to death, this heavy duty staple is a gothic dream. 

Insain Worldwide Hand of God Red Denim Jacket, $148

As if the megawatt cherry-red hue of this denim trucker isn’t enough to spark conversations, its central skull sits within the major religious symbols. 

Trivot Skull Printed Leather Jacket, $315

Although the snakeskin skulls of this zip-up resemble the iconography of Dia de los Muertos, the leather’s silver sheen projects this piece into the future. 

Shop the full TRILL Halloween capsule here. 


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