What Do Modern Witches Wear?

I’ve been writing a lot lately about the contrasts between the ideal witch “aesthetic” and the modern reality of most of our lives. It occurred to me that this doesn’t just apply to our homes (in the apartment complex vs. thatched roofed cottage conundrum). It also applies to what witches are expected to look like.

We all know there are as many different looks as there are witches, yet when you say you are a witch, odds are you’re going to be asked if you wear a pointy hat.

So I thought for today, I’d share a few different looks that I think embody my personal witchy style. I’m all about the floral pattern, the flowy skirt and the lacy top. As a witch, what’s your personal style?

3 thoughts on “What Do Modern Witches Wear?

  1. Outwardly, no one would ever think I’m a witch. I have a very classic style, lots of grey and minimal design, quite preppy I suppose. I do like a bit of lace on occasion though. I always wear my moonstone bracelet which connects me to my faith


  2. Like your choices. I happen to like my “broomstick shirts” Victorian style shirts or peasent blouses boots, moccasins, or no shoes at all. I also like my long capes, with or without the hood. Colors I usually like earth tones, but have added bright colors to my wardrobe. I am not into prints except as accent colors.


  3. Some of my friends say I have hippie fashion. The drape sleeves, and tunic tops. Recently I’ve started to wear a black wide brim felt hat as shade because California sunshine can be a little harsh, and sort of as my own personal joke. It’s my black pointy hat, minus the point. A little more acceptable all year around, but I still feel just as magical with it on!


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