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Fall Pagan Wardrobe for Women: Pagan Clothing & Wiccan Clothing for Fall/Autumn

Updated on October 31, 2014
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Kitty went to school for fashion design and merchandising. She loves to design, sew, and create fashion inspired by the past.

The Arcanum Dress by Pyramid Collection
The Arcanum Dress by Pyramid Collection | Source

My Fellow Pagans and Wiccans, Fall is Coming!

Fall is rounding Summer's sunny corner, and my fellow Wiccans and Pagans are looking for new Pagan and Wiccan clothing for their Fall wardrobes. Get out the ponchos, the boots, the long Renaissance dresses, and the gloves...Fall is coming!

If you need some fresh ideas for your Pagan or Wiccan Clothing wardrobe for Fall, check out some of my ideas below. Whether buying online, at a store, or making your own, there are plenty ideas for Fall Pagan Clothing and Fall Wiccan Clothing to appease everyone's style.

River of Romansk Pieces


Fall Pagan Dresses & Romantic Wiccan Shirts

The dresses available on different websites for Fall Pagan wardrobes and Fall Wiccan wardrobes are simply gorgeous this year. I absolutely have to mention the LotusTraders' Amazon shop and they're simply magical dresses. Check out the beautiful moss green Renaissance layer dress posted to the right. This dress is less than $55 and is perfect for an earth element Wiccan or Celtic Druid. It reminds me of something that the Mother Goddess would wear herself.

Or if you attune more with the fire element, check out the LotusTraders' red blouse peasant top, which could be worn over your favorite pair of jeans or velvet tights with boots this Fall. What a gorgeous and stylish Fall Wiccan outfit.

If you have an event to go to this Fall, why not try a sexy, black belted Goddess dress like the one by Lexi here for $149? A little pricey for those on a budget, but gorgeous and worth it in the end.

Recently, I bumped into an exciting etsy shop - River of Romansk. The woman or women who make these pieces must be romantics at heart, because just look at their frilly, lacey, free-spirited pieces posted here. A peasant blouse with butterfly sleeves in sky blue and a patterned flowy poncho both for under $50. They have a ton of Pagan dresses and exquisitely Wiccan style dresses for Fall. Check them out on Etsy, you won't regret it!

So you've found some Pagan Dresses (or Wiccan Dresses) and shirts for this Fall, but now you need Fall Wiccan Accessories or Fall Pagan Accessories? Awesome! I'll share with you what I've found next...

Workman Lace-up Bootie - Only Size 7 Left
Workman Lace-up Bootie - Only Size 7 Left | Source
Made-to-order Brown Hobo Bag for $15!
Made-to-order Brown Hobo Bag for $15!

Fall Pagan Accessories & Fall Wiccan Accessories

What does every Wiccan woman want for Fall? Boots of course! Fall is the quintessential season for boots, so let's go boot crazy, my fellow Wiccans! Whether you're into the more Romantic Wiccan clothing style or you're more into the Bohemian Hippie Pagan style, there is a perfect set of boots for you.

On Amazon, purchase a pair of Victorian boots to go perfectly with that gorgeous Romantic Wiccan dress. Wear them with lace tights or velvet tights for a simply witchy Fall look. Wear this look to your coven meetings or to a Fall party...anywhere for that matter. If you love hobo bags but are looking for a more romantic hobo bag, how about a rose lace satin boubou hobo bag for less than $25? Yes, please!

For you Bohemian Pagans or Wiccans, Forever21 has a cool pair of brown ankle boots on sale for less than $8! The only size left is a 7, but fortunately there are a ton more Pagan/Wiccan style boots online now, gearing up for Fall. Or, if you're into the Native American/Hippie style, purchase a super-groovy pair of minnetonka mocassin booties on Amazon for less than $50. Wear these with jeans, skirts, dresses, even with a pair of gauchos. Etsy has some cute Bohemian hobo bags, like this brown made-to-order hobo bag for only $15! You can also find upcycled and recycled bags and shoes on etsy, if you're into recycling and taking care of the earth (as Pagans and Wiccans should be).

Use your imagination and tune into your spiritual side, let your colors shine through and purchase pieces that represent you! Attune with the elements and you will discover the perfect Fall Pagan Clothing and/or Fall Wiccan Clothing for your Wiccan wardrobe this season.


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    Nicole Canfield 6 years ago from the Ether

    chatkath - Thanks so much, I love it too! Etsy rocks...seriously.

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    Kathy 6 years ago from California

    I really like this style Kitty, great selections and I love etsy! Good job as always! Up and very useful!

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    Nicole Canfield 6 years ago from the Ether

    Beth - Thanks, glad you liked the idea! :) I don't think those exact forever21 boots come in black, but they have a whole plethora of boots online right now that you might like that are similar. Good luck!

    Venz - Thanks, glad you liked it. Guys have some nice clothes, just have to look harder. :)

    DzyMsLizzy - I'm a very casual person, myself. Being a mom, a full-time worker, and a wife is hard work so I don't always dress up...but when I do, I like to be pretty and Pagan.

    Jeff - It's not defined as a pagan article of clothing. I am merely giving examples of clothing that Pagans or Wiccans might like. If you've ever met a lot of Pagans or Wiccans you might come to find that they like a certain type of clothing...generally romantic, Renaissance, Bohemian, and gothic styles are quintessentially Pagan and Wiccan. Though, Pagans/Wiccans aren't defined by the clothing. Merely suggestions and observations. Thanks.

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    Jeff Berndt 6 years ago from Southeast Michigan

    So I have a question. What is it that makes the Arcanum Dress (for example) a Pagan article of clothing? I mean, it's not as though Pagans have a dress code, or even articles of clothing that their faith requires them to wear (like the yarmulke for Jewish men, or the turban for Sikhs, or plain dresses for certain conservative Christian women). What makes one article of clothing more Pagan than another?

    To be clear, I ask out of philosophical (or perhaps sartorial) curiosity, and not to bait or snark at you, Kitty.

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    Liz Elias 6 years ago from Oakley, CA

    Nice--I don't ever dress in much of anything but jeans or sweats, but this is a well-done article...and I LOVE your opening line--very poetic!

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    VENZKHVAM 6 years ago from Milk way galaxy, trying to find a more adventurous place in another galaxy with my great followers

    Dear kathythe dreamer,

    women are the luckiest to be in this world as faras the assessories and clothes to be worn where we man have a only some trouser and shirts may be one or two more.

    but to be frank you had put down a good collection for the fairer sex. good.keep it up. voted useful.

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    Beth Perry 6 years ago from Tennesee

    Kitty, love the seasonal clothing articles for Wiccan wear! And I adore that first dress you have up there; so slinky sexy yet so simple. Thanks for the info about the boots, too. Mine are about kapoot and need replaced. Those in the photo are killer. Do they come in black?

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    Nicole Canfield 6 years ago from the Ether

    Jo - thanks so much! If he believed in the rule of three, then he must have known that his negative ways were going to come back to haunt him times three. But something tells me that he wasn't a true Wiccan, as Wiccans first and foremost rule is "An Ye harm none, do as ye will". If he was into putting hexes/spells on people for selfish purposes, then he wasn't following the one and only universal Wiccan rule. Thanks for reading and voting! Blessed Be.

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    Jo_Goldsmith11 6 years ago

    This is quite an interesting hub. I had a past relationship that claimed he believed in the "rule of three". Yet, he obviously was a darker side of wicca. I always wondered where he found his clothes. voted up..for the useful ideas and the detailed descriptions. Good job! :) Blessed Be!