So many vegan apparel brands released Halloween collections this year that what started out as a Friday Five idea turned into a big ‘ol roundup. Here I’ve pulled together some favorites from those collections, on-theme cookbooks, and other spooky things. Did I miss something cool you spotted this year? Tell me in the comments!
- Vegan Power was the first brand I saw release a full Halloween collection this year, including a collab with The Vegan Vampire. There are t-shirts, hoodies, stickers, and pins but I think my top pick is this Friday the 13th-themed pin, if my love of that franchise wasn’t made clear with my Slasher S’mores Cupcake recipe, I hope it is now.
- Speaking of the Vegan Vampire, Bart makes vegan Halloween stuff all year round, but my haunted heart belongs to this Creature from the Black Lagoon-inspired Plant Eater t-shirt.
- Compassion Co. also put together an entire Halloween collection this year, including t-shirts, stickers, and lots of bundles. And if you’re looking for something a little more subtle, they also released some of their classic sticker designs in Halloween colors.
- My friends at Herbivore Clothing haven’t released a Halloween collection, per say, but they do carry a few spookier items like the Seitanic Spellbook cookbook by Vegan Black Metal Chef and this racoon ghost sticker.
- Chicago-based Harmless Threads just dropped an “Eating Animals is Boo Shit” collection for Halloween with t-shirts, sweatshirts, and housewares.
- The Vegan Zombie is another brand that’s kind of always Halloween-themed, but the classic Vegan Zombie t-shirt could actually double as a costume.
- If your costume involves a ridiculous amount of muscles, Doyle’s Vegan Monster Protein might be the right thing for your pumpkin pail. Yep, that’s Doyle as in The Misfits’ Doyle.
- My go-to Halloween costume for years now has been Rowdy Roddy Piper, so I’d be remiss to not mention the Rowdy Vegan t-shirt design available in my shop.
- Vegan Essentials just dropped their Halloween treats collection, which includes skull lollipops, chocolate bats, and lots of other cute things.
- Finally, if t-shirts and candy aren’t your thing (judging you) Witch Baby Soap’s Pasteloween collection might be up your alley. Everything they make is 100% vegan, so grab a Cotton Candy Haunted House soap and get spooky and sudsy at the same time.
Bake and Destroy – Recipes with mosh parts since 2006.