10 Spooky Small Businesses Your Halloween Obsessed Friend will Love

Are you or a friend a lover of all things Halloween? Do you know someone that just emanates witch vibes? Does your friend have an obsession with horror movies? Well, do I have the perfect list of small businesses for you!

I’m a huge Halloween fan (just check out my Instagram) and have a section of my bedroom and living room dedicated to the spooky and macabre so most of my social media feeds are tailored for those interests. AKA I know where to shop to find pieces for the mystical, witchy, magical and horror-loving friend.

Below you’ll find ten small businesses to support this holiday season (or all year round) to purchase gifts for you and your peers.

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The Pretty Cult$$
Dark Mother$ $$
Die with Your Boots On$$ $$$
Holli Rose Art$ $$
Cocorrina$$ $$$
Not Your Average Babe$ $$ $$$
Black Thorn$ $$
HausWitch$ $$ $$$
Foxblood$$ $$$
Queer Quartz Shop$

$ – Under 15 dollars
$$ – Under 50 dollars
$$$ – More than 50 dollars

The Pretty Cult

Price range: $$

This shop caters to anyone with a dark heart or magickal inclinations. The shop owner and creator, Arielle, designs and handprints all the items herself. The Pretty Cult sells everything from tote bags, to dresses, to candles and room spray, tea towels, pins, patches and more.

Here are my picks:

Dark Mother

Price range: $ $$

Started by Lauren Wyman, a self-proclaimed dark mother, this shop is aimed at people who prefer moodier colors and the darker side of life. Started for mothers, Dark Mother has expanded to include darlings, fathers, and young men as well. They offer a fun but spooky collection of tee shirts, dad hats, stickers, pins and more.

If you use code BATFRIDAY you get 20% off at checkout plus free shipping until the end of November!

Here are my picks:

Die with Your Boots On

Price range: $$ $$$

Founded by Nick and Amber in 2018 to cater to the gothic and punk cultures in Salem, MA, Die with Your Boots On is also an online boutique for literally anyone who has a darker style. They are authorized dealers for a lot of other local vendors from Salem and donate throughout the year to causes supporting LGBTQ+ and BLM causes. You can find anything from witchy shoes to long black dresses, holiday sweaters, enamel pins and patches, fun belts, and way more!

Here are my picks:

Holli Rose Art

Price range: $ $$

This is a small art print shop created by Holli. Holli has been making art since she was a child and has a huge interest in all things spooky, which shows in her art. You can find her spooky and nature-themed art prints, stickers, tattoo designs, and also custom portraits in her shop.

Holli was kind enough to provide a coupon code for you this holiday season! Use code HAPPYHOLIDAYS for 20% at checkout until December 31st.

Here are my picks:

Cocorrina

Price range: $$ $$$

This is a design studio created by a mother who has also worked with Anthropologie, Harper’s Bazar, Zara and more. Their main products are art prints, but they also have tarot and rune decks, journals and stationary. Cocorrina’s products all possess a mystical quality due to the use of reflective gold foil. Every single piece is printed and packaged by Corina and her husband Theo. 

Corina was kind enough to provide a coupon code for you this holiday season! Use code CAITLYNMAGIC for 10% at checkout until January 5th.

Here are my picks:

Not Your Average Babe

Price range: $ $$ $$$

Created by Haven, this is a year-round Halloween and fall boutique. You can find sweatshirts and shirts for any horror movie lover, fun accessories, autumn-themed kids’ clothes, and even decorative knives at Not Your Average Babe.

Here are my picks:

Black Thorn

Price range: $ $$

Looking for some alternative loungewear? Black Thorn has you covered. Created by friends Alex and Deniesse, they have very different aesthetics, so you can find something for anyone with a love for Halloween. They offer sleep shorts, joggers, crop tops, lingerie, and fun hats, earrings and more. Plus, they are size-inclusive!

Here are my picks:

HausWitch

Price range: $ $$ $$$

A small witch wares shop in Salem. From crystals, to totes, to books relevant to the modern witch, to soy candles, to spell kits, to pins supporting LGBTQ+ communities and modern issues, HausWitch has everything for your current age witchy friend.

Here are my picks:

Foxblood

Price range: $$ $$$

Created by former red carpet stylist, Lindsay Hearts, this shop is a boutique perfect for those with a witchy and dark mind. You can find all black everything in this shop — flowy black dresses for days! Plus they have really witchy shoes, along with a lot of jack-o-lantern flats. Foxblood is 100% female-owned and operated and has inclusively-sized and cruelty-free pieces. 

Here are my picks:

Queer Quartz Shop

This is a crystal shop owned by a friend of mine! Frey creates the most fun and beautiful hand-wrapped crystal jewelry. They also sometimes have edgy pieces like crow or sword earrings! Besides jewelry, they also make sun catchers and other hanging crystal pieces.

Here are my picks:


I personally love all of the shops and have bought things already from a few myself, and plan to make purchases from every small business in this list. Hopefully, you found a fun and spooky gift for yourself or someone close to you as well!

Where do you shop for spooky items?

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