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Yes! There’s a SIMPSONS “Treehouse of Horror” Clothing Line

We were wondering when The Simpsons would inspire a fashionable Halloween-centric clothing line, and guess what? That day is finally here, thanks to the Australian company, Living Dead Clothing. The sartorial outpost is producing multiple, officially licensed lines inspired by our favorite Springfield family, and the first one up is a “Treehouse of Horror” specific collection. These exclusive garments feature designs named after the long-running Halloween episodes, such as Hex and the City and Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace. (And yes, there are more than a few items featuring Snowball.)

The owner of Living Dead Clothing, Wade Lange, explained in a statement their motivation to create this specific line, saying, “We all spent countless hours watching The Simpsons in the evenings, it was a family institution and it’s something a lot of people have lots of fond memories of and hold very close to their heart. It’s also incredible for us to be able to collaborate with such a huge corporation like 20th Century Fox and to be able to work with something like The Simpsons from right here in Brisbane.” Naturally, we’re quite happy about it, too!

The entire “Treehouse of Horror” line includes 33 pieces in a variety of styles—from leggings and dresses to sweaters and skirts, so there’s something for everyone. The items cost between $42 and $71 in U.S. dollars. So, if your interest has been piqued, check out the Halloween delights in the Gallery below, and head to Living Dead to view the full collection and pick your costume.

What do you think of this Halloween line? Do you dig it? Let us know in the comments below.

HT: The Daily Dot
IMAGES: Living Dead Clothing

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