This week you will likely be seeing far more black and pointy witch hats than you're used to, but it doesn't need to be Halloween for you to dress like the sartorially conscious sorceresses that haunt your television screens.
Whether your style icon is a good witch, or a bad bitch, they all differ in powers and appearance, each distinct in her own way. These enchanting and wicked ladies show us you don't need to be a "Supreme" to look like one.
Madison Montgomery, The Troubled Starlet
Coat by Elizabeth and James, Top by T by Alexander Wang, Turban by Jennifer Behr, Clutch by Edie Parker, Skirt by T by Alexander Wang, Shoes by Alice and Olivia
Misty Day, Stevie Nicks Worshipper
Kimono by Anna Sui, Top by Free People, Necklace by Isabel Marant, Bag by Wendy Nichol, Skirt by Free People, Shoes by Rondini
Fiona Goode, The Supreme In All Her Glory
Hat by Eugenia Kim, Blazer by Roland Mouret, Bag by Christian Louboutin, Sunglasses by Prada, Skirt by Acne, Shoes by Christian Louboutin
Sabrina, The Teenage Witch
Backpack by Opening Ceremony, Top by Reformation, Choker from Claire's, Hair Chopsticks from Claire's, Skirt from Nasty Gal, Shoes by Jeffrey Campbell
Bellatrix Lestrange from Harry Potter
Dark Mark Temporary Tattoo from Amazon, Dress by Dolce and Gabbana, Ring by Unearthen and The Wild Unknown, Corset Belt by Deborah Drattell, Boots from Nasty Gal, Bird Skull Necklace from Etsy
Sarah Sanderson from Hocus Pocus
Beaded Jacket by Cleobella, Corset from Modcloth, Necklace by ManiaMania, Book Clutch by Olympia Le-Tan, Skirt by Etro, Shoes by Ivylee